Ja’mie: Private School Girl tells the story of Ja’mie King (Chris Lilley from We Can Be Heroes, Summer Heights High, and Angry Boys), a conniving Year 12 student and the Queen Bee of Hillford Girls Grammar.
The last time we saw Ja’mie, she was completing an exchange program at Summer Heights High, but now she’s back on the lush manicured lawns of Hillford and will stop at nothing to climb her way to the top, dissing all enemies and pashing all hot boys in her path.
But with her final few months of private school life ahead of her – what series of events will change her life forever? Will she land the boy of her dreams? Will her trip to Bali for Schoolies go off without a hitch? Only time will tell.
The totally quiche DVD release features over two hours of bonus features including hilarious deleted scenes, totally embarrassing bloopers and behind-the-scenes featurettes that lift the lid on what really happened on set with the infamous schoolgirl.
RRP $29.95. Run time: 333 minutes. On sale from Thursday 28 November 2013. Also available on iTunes, Microsoft XBOX, Quickflix, BigPond Movies & Ezyflix.
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Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 picks up where Sony Pictures Animation’s mouth-watering comedy left off. Inventor Flint Lockwood thought he saved the world when he destroyed his most infamous invention – a machine that turned water into food causing cheeseburger rain and spaghetti tornadoes.
But Flint soon learns that his invention survived and is now creating food-animals – “foodimals”! Flint and his friends embark on a dangerously delicious mission to battle hungry tacodiles, shrimpanzees, hippotatomuses, cheespiders and other foodimals to save the world – again!
Check out the trailer. Hits cinemas 5 December.
We have three family passes (admits four) worth $72 each up for grabs here! Good luck!
As we slid into the comfy leather seats of the top-of-the-line 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Highlander and basked in the glow of the top-spec instrument panel, it felt like heaven. For a mum with two small children, this car was pretty much a dream come true.
Style & drive
Hyundai's Santa Fe is available in three spec levels - Active, Elite, and Highlander. All models are seven-seaters and all come with all-wheel drive (AWD). The top-spec Highlander sports pretty much every cool feature you could dream about on an SUV, all packaged up in a very attractive centre stack with easily accessible buttons.
It's got keyless entry and keyless start, automatic dusk-sensing headlights, rain sensing wipers, and power driver and front passenger seats. It also boasts 19-inch alloy wheels, a full-size alloy spare wheel, heated front and second row seats, a panoramic sun roof, and auto-dipping side mirrors. A seven-inch touch creen features a reversing camera, rear parking sensors, a premium audio system with full iPod/USB connectivity, Bluetooth, and a satellite navigation system with SUNA live traffic.
The Ford Falcon XR6 Turbo is like your friendly neighbourhood superhero - unassuming family car on the weekdays, but come the weekend, you can open up that turbo engine and really have some fun.
Style & drive
The five-seater Ford Falcon comes in six different spec levels - XT, G6, G6E, G6E Turbo, XR6 and XR6 Turbo. After loading our toddler and baby in the back, we strapped ourselves in behind the wheel of the XR6 Turbo prepared for an exciting ride, unsure if the super-charged engine was really the right fit for a lady with a baby or two.
The XR6 Turbo boasts a 4.0-litre DOHC DI-VCT Turbo I6 engine paired with a six-speed automatic transmission, and although that might sound a bit too fast and furious, it really wasn't at all. Yes, the powerful gas guzzler (12.4L / 100km) can roar if you put pedal to the metal, but it turned out to be a great car for everyday city driving too.
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