Kangaroo Jack

Kangaroo Jack
Kangaroo Jack

Year

2003

Duration

89 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

A slapstick action comedy film in which best friends Charlie and Louis are hired by the mob to deliver a $50,000 package to a man named Mr Smith in Australia. Once there, the two guys accidently injure a kangaroo. Thinking they've killed it, Louis puts his 'lucky jacket' on it, only for the kangaroo to regain its senses and hop away with it - and the $50,000 in the pocket. From here on there begins a wild chase through the outback to get the mobs' money from the kangaroo.

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PG Classification

This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language, mild violence and mild sex references.

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