Top 5 Presto Australian movies to watch
Check out the collection of Presto Australian movies you can watch right now.
Presto is an Australian streaming service, and so it’s only right have a great selection of Australian movies. From absolute classics to modern sleepers that you might not have seen, there are a range of movies to suit all tastes. And remember, with Presto all movies can be watched fully on demand. Why not grab our exclusive free trial and test it out? Want all the TV shows and movies? You can get a free trial with each of the streaming internet tv providers below:
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
This unlikely Australian classic about two drags queens and a transexual driving from Sydney to Alice Springs, stars Hugo Weaving, Guy Pearce and Terence Stamp. It’s funny, warm and as fresh as it was when it was released more than 20 years ago. Runtime: 1 hr 43 mins IMDB rating: 7.5 Awards and Nominations: Academy Award for Best Costume Design.
This beautifully shot movie follows Robyn Davidson as she travels from Alice Springs across 2,700 kilometers of desert to the Indian Ocean with not much more than her dog and four camels. Incredibly, it’s based on a true story. Runtime: 1 hr 53 mins. IMDB rating: 7.2 Awards and nominations: Australian Film Critics Association, Venice Film Festival
This powerful and dramatic film, follows the story of two mothers and their two sons and their dangerous actions one hot summer. Brilliantly acted by Naomi Watts and Robin Wright Penn. Runtime: 1 hr 51 mins. IMDB rating: 6.4 Awards and nominations: Australian Film Critics Association
This funny film about two feuding neighbours who agree to settle their differences over a game of backyard cricket is well worth a watch. Especially, with the real Ashes coming up later in the year. Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins. IMDB rating: 5.1
Death in Brunswick
This Aussie classic stars Sam Neill as a man in way over his head after he starts dating a Greek waitress. Much dark comedy ensues. Runtime: 1 hr 49 mins. IMDB rating: 6.6 Awards and nominations: Australian Film Institute