Kiwi remake Pork Pie has rolled into cinemas across the country on its mission to take that little yellow mini "all the way to Invercargill". But is it a Kiwi roadie worth taking?
The little yellow mini is back, albeit pimped out for 2017, and still on a mission south.
Luke and Jon find themselves hurtling round the Kiwi countryside with cops in pursuit, and all in the name of love.
They supersize their drive-thru order with a female co-star - Keira jumping in for the ride - and before they know it, they're taking that bloody car all the way to Invercargill.
Cameos abound, this is a truck-tonne of 100 percent pure New Zealand-looking, rather gorgeous, colours, and there are car chases, handbrakes, 180s and donuts in plentiful enough supply to please the petrol-head in us all.
Delivered through big-screen yellow rose-tinted Kiwiana glasses, and to the tune of a some cracker Kiwi sounds, Pork Pie packs enough fun and kinetic energy to make it across the finish line.
Over-cooked in parts, under-baked in others, this won't make my list of Kiwi classics, but I still enjoyed the ride.