Kath & Kimderella Review

Kath & Kimderella Review

Kath & Kimderella Review

Cast: Jane Turner, Gina Riley, Glenn Butcher, Glenn Robbins, Jessica de Gouw, Magda Szubanski, Marg Downey, Mark Trevorrow, Mick Molloy, Peter Rowsthorn, Richard E Grant, Rob Sitch, Frank Woodley
Director: Ted Emery
Genre: Comedy

Synopsis: When foxy empty nester Kath Day-Knight (Jane Turner) wins the trip of a lifetime to a tiny European kingdom with her spoilt princess daughter Kim (Gina Riley), she embarks on a fairy-tale adventure filled with power, love, lust and even a royal wedding.

Accompanied by Kim's second best friend, Sharon Strzelecki (Magda Szubanski), they find themselves on a journey that will change their lives forever.

Complete with ancient castles, mad queens and sustainable energy, Kath &Kimderellathrows the foxy ladies into a world even more frightening than a mid-winter sale at Fountain Gate.

Kath and Kim must negotiate a vagazzling world of palace politics, a love that dare not speak its name and a nation stuck firmly in the 1980s. Why does the Prince hide behind a mask? What does the King's page keep locked in his closet? What are those noises coming from the tower? And can Kath convince the King to change his wicked ways?

Written by Turner and Riley and directed by Ted Emery, Kath &Kimderellais shot on 35mm film, on location in Italy and Melbourne.

It is a rollicking romp filled with love, laughs and magic.
And, of course, a spot of outlet shopping.

Review: Kath &Kimderellavagazzaled me with everything I expected and more from these Foxy ladies! With no ployyyyseor thank-yousKim and Sharon jump aboard Kath's free trip to Papilloma, Italy and begin a less-than elegant fairy-tale journey filled with laughs, drama, boganess and lust or love or ludicrousness... With Kim's look at moiyyye attitude it's no surprise the Prince falls in love with her bonkers ways and audiences are treated to a royal wedding where Epponnee Rae steals the show.

Jane Turner, Gina Riley and Magda Szubanski have noycely made the transition from TV to film. However, the film wouldn't be the same without high-class snobs Prue and Trude who have traded Toorak for Italy (oh ploi-se); whilst cameos from expensive and glamorous Australians shine through the continuous laughs. If you're a Kath and Kim fan, this is one film not to be missed!
-Brooke Hunter

Kath & Kimderella Review
Release Date: September 7th, 2012


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