Cheap Aussie film about rival take-away shops who join forces to bring down a multinational fast food outlet. It's funny in few areas, but largely void of laughs. But not a total disaster. It's interesting to note how bland Rose Byrne was before seeing her in TROY. But then, the material here was not great.
When you watch a film such as 'Take Away', you shouldn't treat it as a piece of art. What I mean is, just enjoy it for what it is. Realise that it doesn't have a large budget or stellar cast. Honestly, 'Take Away' isn't too bad. It plays out like an 88-minute episode of 'Round the Twist'. It has a premise that's easy to follow and contains some decent humour. Stephen Curry is especially good in his role because he…