Summary: The story is about an English aristocrat teams up with a rough stock-man in Australia in order to save 2,000 cattle from barons eager to take her land. On the cross-country trip over harsh land, the two come close together only to face the horrors of WWII as Japanese strike following Pearl Harbor. This movie has a good cast and good acting but the romance wasn't sweet.
Summary: This is Baz Luhrmann's "Gone With the Wind." The story is epic and spans several years, the cinematography and production design are elegant, and the performances are captivating. I think the film is a little unevenly paced; the first half is more tension-filled and, when the film moves two years into the future, it kind of loses momentum for a good half hour or so.
Summary: A brilliant epic adventure from the mind of Baz Luhrmann, so you know it has to be good. Now, before I really delve, I'll just say that this movie had it all for me, everything, so prepared for some gushing. Nicole Kidman, Hugh Jackman, David Wenham, and Brandon Walters had me, they HAD me from the moment the film opened up. This opulent epic was visually stunning, well-written, superbly-directed, and incredibly well-executed.
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Summary: Fun fact about me: I grew up watching music videos on a loop on MTV. As a result, I have a weak spot for Baz Luhrman and his 'postmodern'/'MTV-style' movies, inluding Australia. I can point out a number of things that are wrong and terrible and awful about this film. It's long, sappy, derivative, stupid, predictable, hilariously bad - the list goes on. But I loved every minute of it.