City Loop

"OK"

City Loop Review


It's Go, Aussie style.

This time out, six teens are working as scooter-driving pizza deliveryfolk, and all of them seem obsessed in one way or another with sex. There's also a cat involved, as we discover when the kids' interlocking stories are told, one by one.

The stories are OK, but the characters are all so annoying and grating that it's tough to love them. The highlight of the film is the impressive opening scene, a flash-forward, which involves an act of food-oriented vandalism so impressive that Gallagher would be jealous. There's a few good moments -- and Stacey, a girl gone apparently totally insane, has by far the best vignette.

Also worth a look if you ever longed to see a cat baked into a pizza.

It's a comedy.



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