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Plot:

When Jack (William Lodder) and his single mother (Frances O’Connor) move to a small town in Western Australia, he soon gets involved in the competitive world of go-kart racing. Jack’s got natural talent but must learn to control his recklessness. To do that, he’ll need the help of aspiring engineer, Mandy (Anastasia Bampos), wise-cracking best mate Colin (Darius Amarfio-Jefferson) and mysterious mentor, Patrick (Richard Roxburgh). Together, the team will endeavour to overcome all odds and defeat ruthless racer Dean (Cooper Van Grootel) to win the National Go Kart Championship.

Also Known As: Go!, Go Karts!, Go Karts

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  • zhukova-glafira-ruslanovna
    zhukova glafira ruslanovna

    This film has heart and humor and is very entertaining. Feel free to ignore the negative reviews from the people who actually didn’t watch it. Give this a chance.

  • rhowzan-ts-olakyan
    rhowzan ts olakyan

    Don’t waste your time. That’s it, that’s the review.

  • beatriz-da-rosa
    beatriz da rosa

    Nothing to do with racing. Not even for fun. I literally got annoyed!!! Speechless. Dont know what to write to express how bad this movie is. The guy went for fun and in 5 days he was champion. Really?????

  • christoffer-andersson
    christoffer andersson

    Man, I can’t see that boy on kart with his yellow helmet without thinking in Ayrton Senna and yes, I’m Brazilian !! πŸ˜€

  • elina-p-arak-esikyan
    elina p arak esikyan

    The dog in this film is such a cute boy, steals the show when he’s on screen. Can see him going on to do more films

  • gregorio-pellegrino
    gregorio pellegrino

    Her bangs are so crooked, I couldn’t focus on anything else.

  • victoria-abella-iniguez
    victoria abella iniguez

    Go karts was a very weak film for me in almost every aspect of film,our lead was completly uninteresting and completly boring and without personality,his realtionship with mom was just to forced to me and to much on the nose,his rivality with his competitor was just so cliched and seen milion times that i become bored most of time when they were together on screen,sideline characters were also just miserable and waste of screentime,expecely that one guy with such annoying laugh that i wanted to punch him,go karts was a lame made film with weak storytelling and plot,and i found this movie to be a wasted time for me

  • jennifer-schultz
    jennifer schultz

    This movie is cute but basically Karate Kid with go karts and an Australian accent. Easy watch with kids, but definitely not worth any critical thinking

  • rozitis-hermanis
    rozitis hermanis

    I was pleasantly surprised by this. Was definitely hoping it wasn’t a bust, or a waste of time. For me, it wasn’t. I smiled at the end, and now I’m here moved enough to give a rating and review. :)There were pleasant, lighthearted, comedic moment, so that was amusing and fun. There were moments of human drama that made it real and moved me. I would watch it again in the future.All the actors were new to me, except the mom. Thumbs up on their performance. πŸ™‚

  • olga-budrewicz
    olga budrewicz

    It is worth the watch, but the story has been told before. Little bit different spin, packaging, etc. The up and coming cub finds the burned out sage, who trains him up to face the seasoned bully. Throw in a couple of novel romantic situations, the PC side kick team mate, and there you go. As others observed, nice change of pace from the hero films, etc, but still a cookie cutter formula film.

  • joyce-porter
    joyce porter

    I took my teenage daughter to see Go and we both really enjoyed it. Great family entertainment and good to see Busselton being featured. Great cast and storyline. Very disappointing that this movie didn’t have much publicity and in our area was only being shown in early morning sessions. This is a great film for teenagers to see and not too many teenagers want to be going to the movies early in the morning.

  • ankica-zuvela
    ankica zuvela

    It’s a cool movie, even if this story has been repeated in other movies… This movie Is well made, from the cinematic part of the races to how the actors acted…

  • kristel-messina
    kristel messina

    I really enjoyed GO! as did my two daughters 15 and 9. Easy viewing, great cinematography, strong acting from the cast includung the younger ones. View it for what it is – fun clean family movie (that is predictable) but has good messages throughout. Great that it was filmed in West Australia – showed off the beautiful South West.

  • troy-gifford
    troy gifford

    An entertaining family movie full of Oz humour from a great cast which had the cinema in fits of laughter and giggles.Relationships between family and friends were very relatable with a few situations tugging at the heartstrings more than others.Lots of go-karting action with some neat retro Oz tunes to piece it altogether.

  • gal-strukelj
    gal strukelj

    It’s a little formulaic and Pc even but it gets the job done and is a nice break from doom and gloom and constant super hero and fantasy movies. There’s not many surprises in store but the story is told with good talent and I never got bored. I had difficulty settling on whether this movie was set in the present or in the past. I lived in Busselton WA for a while in the eighties and the cars and homes used in the movie would have been old back then even. Even the computer games shown seem from way back. But smartphones and the ‘net seem to exist so I guess it’s just a grungy version of the present we’re being thrown into. I liked the two young leads a lot and I reckon we can expect to see more of them. It’s like old school Disney family entertainment. And it unashamedly owes a lot to ‘karate kid’, not that the kids this was made for would even know what that was anymore?