Free Movie of the Day: Australiens Sci-Fi Comedy

On the JoBlo Movies YouTube channel, we will be posting a full movie every other day during the week, giving viewers the opportunity to watch it completely free of charge. He free movie of the day we have for you today is the science fiction comedy Australiansand you can watch it on the YouTube channel linked above, or you can just watch it in the embed at the top of this article.

Directed by Joe Bauer, who also wrote the screenplay with Rita Artmann, Australians has the following synopsis (courtesy of Bauer): At the age of 10, Australian-born Andi Gibson had what she describes as a close encounter with a flying saucer. Naturally, everyone assumed that she was crazy. That is until one remarkable night 17 years later, when an airborne alien army launches a nationwide assault on Andi’s home country and at the same time, for unspecified reasons, abducts her mother. To add to the debacle, it seems the other nations of the world are too insulted by her exclusion from her attack to come to Australia’s aid. Now it’s up to Andi, her hypochondriac brother Elliot, her cousin retired boxer Keith and her friend her documentary filmmaker Cam to stop the attack and rescue Andi’s mother. With the help of Andi’s equal parts mysterious and embarrassing father, the gang must battle car-chasing spaceships, martial-arts-practicing aliens, giant killer robots, and, perhaps most terrifying, an onslaught of family secrets in their fight to save australia. Damn, this is going to be a long night.

The film stars Rita Artmann, Tamara McLaughlin, Lawrence Silver, Doug Hatch, Emma Randall, Rob Jenkins, Paul Adams, Kyle McCallion, Caroline Bell, Zac Kelty, Jacinta Tynan, Murray Shoring, Jack O’Brien, Carmel Savage, Robert Griffiths, Tamika Wood, Craig Ingham, Natasha Baynham, Gareth Ward, Cameron Caulfield, Jesse Lee Harris, Trudy Allen, Adriana Bauer, Michael Gerard Bauer, Levi Kirby, Ishka McNaulty, Andrew O’Sullivan, Ashley Pardey, Oliver Pfeiffer, Greg Stone , Paul Trainor, Viviene Whittle and Bauer himself.

Bauer made his feature directorial debut with the 2011 horror comedy the slaughter. Besides that movie and AustraliansHe has worked on TV shows The vacuum and cartoon sandwich.

So take a look at Australians – It’s free! – then let us know what you thought by leaving a comment below or on the YouTube page.

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