Overall Rank: 6279
Average Rating: 2.7/4
# of Ratings: 12
Theatrical Release Date: 05/07/1999
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Rob Sitch
Actors: Michael Caton, Anne Tenney, Stephen Curry, Anthony Simcoe, Wayne Hope, Eric Bana
Plot: A man with what he thinks is a wonderful life until the airport he lives next to buys up all the surrounding property, including his home.
He then tries to fight back to keep his home.
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Tia Maria - wrote on 07/09/2008
The castle is about a guy who tells the story of his family. They live next to an airport, and they get a notice from them saying they have to move out as the airport is going to extend over their street. So the father of the family goes to court, and loses, as he didn't have a very good lawyer. So he gets a really good, retired lawyer, and he wins. They get to keep their house. Apparently this is a 'very funny movie', but it wasn't really. The middle brother of the family creeps me out with his receeding hairline at around the age of 18. I found this movie sortta boring - there was nothing really special about it.
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The M.O.W. - wrote on 08/02/2008
"Darryl" (Michael Caton) is a kindhearted tow-truck driver who loves his life, family, champion greyhounds and his home that is just outside a busy airport, right under the flight paths of the airliners.
One day, "Darryl" and his neighbors get a letter saying that they must move because the airport wants to expand. "Darryl" does not like this, and works his way through the system to try to save his home.
This has to be the least funny movie I have seen in a real long time. I sat in front of my television, and not once did I laugh at this film. I probably saw two spots where they attempted a joke, but the rest of the jokes fell flat on their face.
It is painfully obvious that the movie is low budget. The wardrobes appeared to be outdated by about 10 years, and the cameras …
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