Knocked for Six (Save Your Legs)
Knocked for Six (Save Your Legs) (2014)

For Edward 'Teddy' Brown, it's not just the end of Summer; it's the end of an era. In a desperate bid to wind back the clock and cling to his childhood dreams, Teddy leads his two best mates and their cowboy cricket club on… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Genre: Comedy
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Critic Score: 35% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Trevor Johnston
Time Out

The cast are amiably geeky and blokey, but there's an underlying air of Aussie jingoism which perhaps doesn't quite travel.

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Matt Glasby
Total Film

It's amiably played, with Bollywood and dysentery jokes mostly hitting the mark.

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Lauren Carroll Harris
Concrete Playground

Cowell and Curry give endearing performances as man-boys who are forcefully and finally shoved out of adolescence and into adulthood at the ripe old age of thirty-five. As a lighthearted, nostalgia-drenched film, Save Your Legs! hits a six.

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Peter Bradshaw
Guardian

You probably have to be very into cricket, and be of a very indulgent disposition to really like it.

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Jim Schembri
3AW

Fantastic, fabulously funny, feel-good Aussie comedy... a near-perfect blend of broad comedy and travelogue.

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David 'Mad Dog' Bradley
Rip It Up

What seriously irks about Ocker cinema is that when movies aren't about 'kitchen sink' agonisers following the depressing plight of Croatian immigrants, they're, instead, painfully contrived, calculatedly 'feel-good' outings like this.

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David Jenkins
Little White Lies

Not without its charms, but instantly forgettable.

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Cameron Williams
The Popcorn Junkie

Doesn't rest on being a film just about sport. Whether you're familiar with cricket or not, the themes of camaraderie are strong and it's worth being a spectator

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Luke Buckmaster
Crikey

As a comedy that largely operates on a fish-out-of-water travelogue trajectory, predictably embracing that old chestnut about what Indian food can do to a white person's digestive system, Save Your Legs! struggles.

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