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Lielle Tova Blinkoff as Little Girl
Tim Curry as Blacktooth
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650.68 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 25 min
P/S 10 / 20
1.20 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 25 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Claudio Carvalho 7 / 10

Underrated and Funny Animation

In the outback of Australia, the coward white koala Johnny is bullied by the other animals because of his color. When Johnny meets the Tasmanian devil Hamish and his friend, the mute photographer monkey Higgens, he is invited to join a traveling circus and Johnny leaves the wilderness to be an attraction in the sideshow.

While traveling to Precipice Lake, the wagon car of Johnny, Hamish and Higgens releases from the train and they crash in the desert. They walk together to the new location and stumbles with an oasis with a billabong, and they see a pack of dingoes attacking the animals. Johnny accidentally frightens the wild dogs that return to their boss, the evil crocodile Bog in Precipice Lake and Hamish introduces Johnny bragging that he is hero The Koala Kid. They are welcomed by the locals and Johnny is worshiped by the little Charlotte despite the disbelief of her sister Miranda. But when Charlotte is wrongly kidnapped by the dingoes, Johnny has to prove to himself that he can beat Bog and rescue Charlotte.

"The Outback" is an underrated and funny animation by Kyung Ho Lee with the cute story of a needy white koala that is rejected by the other animals and discovers that he can be brave to defend and save his beloved friends. The voice of Rob Schneider is another attraction in this entertaining adventure. Fortunately I did not care to the ridiculous IMDb User Rating and I saw a good animation. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "Outback – Uma Galera Animal" ("Outback – An Animal Gang")

Reviewed by mark-701-467758 1 / 10

Non Australian

The animation is the only thing decent in this movie! None of the voices even go close to Australian accents. The scenery is inaccurate and the wildlife depicted are a far cry from Australian creatures. The creators of this movie would have done a much better job if they had hired some great'Australian voices like Geoffrey Rush, Hugh Jackman or Nicole Kidman. To hire New Zealand and American actors to depict Aussie accents is an insult to Australia. They should have also visited Australia to get a more accurate view of the scenery in the Outback! Do yourself a favour and watch Crocodile Dundee instead if you want an Aussie fix.

Reviewed by DirectorRE 4 / 10

Maybe worth watching for younger children only

Wait for the DVD. This is likely one of those movies you could leave a six year old in front of the TV to enjoy some of the characters and scenery and go and do something else yourself. My just turned teen daughter loves most animated movies. Unfortunately 15 minutes was all that could be tolerated of this one. There are some well known voices behind the characters, unfortunately it's not just voices that are required to develop a decent character. Perhaps the Korean director could make a movie about a part of the world he has actually seen, as The Australian Outback resembles little to what is portrayed in the movie. We were left dis-appointed in what could have been a good movie.

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