What happens when you take an iconic American Spaghetti Western and set it in New Zealand? The World’s First Pavlova Western, Good for Nothing.
What is Good for Nothing?
Good for Nothing is an adventurous romp shot entirely in New Zealand with the South Island serving as an impressive stand-in for the sweeping Old West.
The film’s time period is set around 1876 and uses New Zealand locations and sets to recreate this period. Featuring Victorian/Edwardian/Western architecture, clothing and props it’s a feast for fans of this era! In fact, plenty of costumes and props were bought in Oamaru!!
The film is on for a limited time nationwide so be in quick to see the spectacular New Zealand landscapes on the big screen! We just debuted in the NZ Box Office top 10 this weekend and have received some amazing reviews with Kate Rodger from 3News giving it 4 stars and Graeme Tuckett saying “Go and see it, on the biggest screen you can find.”
Want just a hint of what you’ll get? Here’s THE TRAILER:
Where can you see the movie?
It has just released nationwide throughout New Zealand – here’s a list of the cinemas & dates wheremit’s playing:
What’s in it for you?
We would love for you or your organisation to get a Posse together and go and see the film – both Leonard Maltin and Stuff.co.nz recommend that the spectacular New Zealand landscapes need to be seen on the big screen! In fact, we are so keen for you to round up your friends we’ll provide a free signed soundtrack to every Sheriff of a Posse of 10 or more! And if you get 20 or more we will also send you a free signed DVD when it comes out as well! Just get in touch with us (firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to know more about how a bunch of Kiwi Cowboys made the film – check out this making of clip.