2014-01-03 14:13
What it's about:

When Elspeth Dickens,the young mother of naughty twin boys, installs a webcam in her kitchen, her funny sink-songs make her a cyber-sensation. While her husband James is off saving the world's whales, Elspeth is offered the chance of a lifetime. But, when forced to choose between fame and family, the newly anointed internet goddess almost loses it all.

What the critics thought:

This upbeat and jaunty Australian musical sees mother and housewife Elspeth Dickens become an internet sensation with her kitchen-sink songs.
- Simon Weaving , Screenwize

Liking Goddess is easy - this Aussie musical comedy is undeniably charming and its leading lady, Laura Michelle Kelly, is captivating.
- Tim Martain , The Mercury

Surprisingly, it is singer Ronan Keating who provides the sole saving grace, in a film that otherwise chokes and splutters with cliches and tired routines.
- Ed Gibbs , The Sunday Age
Bursting with a vibrant joie de vivre, the dreams and aspirations of a housewife explode in a colourful musical fantasy, complete with toe-tapping songs, an uplifting hyper-reality and endearing characters.
- Louise Keller , Urban Cinefile

There’s one in all of us.
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