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It is the story that speaks of more comedy about former footballer Troy Carrington, a former professional footballer who caused a stir. It seems that Troy decided to return to his country after a sudden end to his sporting career and a long time pass. At the end, Troy wanted to convince the weak local Anarchist coach, Roster, to do more work.
Australian comedies are always a dubious lot and this is no different, with few laughs, endless dinkum Ockerisms, a calculatedly crowd-pleasing edge and well-meaning messages that are virtually tackled to the ground and beaten senseless.
Just as Australia's current coalition government nominated Scott Morrison as their leader; a man who has a boat-shaped sculpture in his office that proclaims "I stopped these"; a movie embracing humanity like "The Merger" is right on time.
There's no question the film, directed with careful attention not to offend by Mark Grentell, has its heart in the right place as the film bounces around the idea of accepting people of other lands into the community. If only the film was funnier.