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Last Paradise (2015)

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In the early 60s a bunch of kids met playing in the extreme wilderness of New Zealand. The adventure they discovered in tapping the forces of nature changed their lives - and the world. A ... See full summary »

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In the early 60s a bunch of kids met playing in the extreme wilderness of New Zealand. The adventure they discovered in tapping the forces of nature changed their lives - and the world. A global quest for adventure paradise in 45 years of stunning original footage. Written by Anonymous

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A Bit Boring Really !
5 May 2014 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Last Paradise is a boys own adventure story which screams out "look at us everyone". It tries to convince us that Adventure sport came from New Zealand and the film makers connections and mates were the instigators. Bungy jumping, wind surfing and even board surfing oh and I nearly forgot Jet Boating to name a few ......

In my opinion the film is clumsily edited, it is mottled together to give us a lesson in earth preservation, a history of adventure sports and a strange reference to a chap called Rutherford who was light years ahead in his thinking on fusion as an alternative energy fuel.

There are some great clips from the past; aging baby boomers are going to love the nostalgia on show but generally the film wears thin ........ The message is just too repetitive. Given all of that, if you know any of the aging boys then go see it ...... You'll have much to smile and nod about!!


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