How to Watch Girl Clock! 2010 Online in Australia

Released: 2010

Updated: 18th Oct, 2021

5.3 / 10

Rated: Not Rated

Director: Jennifer Ussi

Cast: Veronica Neave, Queenie van de Zandt, Catarina Hebbard, Tarah Carey

Where to watch Girl Clock!

What is Girl Clock! about?

Globe-trotting Christine wakes up one ordinary day to find that her biological clock has gone off with a vengeance. But for a commitment-phobe on the wrong side of 40, the road to motherhood is strewn with bedlam, calamity and smoked out eggs. When she turns to her life long friends Margo and Mikki for support, she finds them equally embattled; Margo zealously guarding the door to her recently emptied nest, and Mikki frantically fighting her evil twin foes: Sagging and Drooping. Collectively, however, the girls are a force to be reckoned with, so together they take on the might of Mother Nature with hilarious results.

Which streaming providers can you watch Girl Clock! on

Here is the comprehensive list of streaming providers that will show Girl Clock! in Australia. If Girl Clock! will appear with other providers further down the line, this table will be updated.

Providers

  • Amazon PrimeNo
  • Apple TV PlusNo
  • BingeNo
  • Disney PlusNo
  • Foxtel NowNo
  • NetflixNo
  • StanNo
  • Telstra TV Box OfficeNo

The cast of Girl Clock!

Veronica Neave, Queenie van de Zandt, Catarina Hebbard, Tarah Carey


OzFlix

OzFlix is the first streaming provider with a sole focus on Aussie movies. Available to both local and international audiences, the range of content is diverse from the classics to the latest Australian film releases. Even more commendable is OzFlix’s original content that includes film analysis and interviews, as well as its business model handing 50% of its sales to filmmakers or distributors.

Got a question about OzFlix?

OzFlix currently houses hundreds of Australian films with the goal to add a whole lot more to justify its official ‘Every Aussie movie. Ever’ motto.
OzFlix is a pay-per-view streaming service, which means there is no subscription needed. It has two rental prices: $6.79 for new releases and $3.79 for older ones.
Is OzFlix’s library limited to feature films only? OzFlix’s primary focus is Australian films, but the service provider has since added short films and web series in its catalogue of content.

Benefits

  • No subscription required, pay for what you only watch
  • Hundreds of Australian feature films
  • 50% of rental sales goes to filmmakers
  • Dedicated platform for Australian cinema

Pantaflix

You’ll be surprised by what this pay-per-view film site from Germany has in store for cinephiles - thousands of international films and TV shows across Europe, documentaries, and indie movies. It has a diverse catalogue of content - both free and premium - and boasts European classics and cinematic treasures that are hard to find elsewhere.

Got a question about Pantaflix?

Pantaflix offers thousands of movie, TV show, and doco titles from all over the globe but with a strong focus on European cinematic gems. Discover films of the late Polish master Krzysztof Kieślowski, Swedish filmmaker Ruben Östlund, French directors Léa Mysius and Guillaume Canet, and many more.
Pantaflix is a pay-per-view streaming site, which means you only pay for what you watch. Rentals of movies and docos can start from around $5 AUD, though prices rely heavily on the filmmakers who upload their work. There’s a selection of free content available too with the option to rent premium content.
Pantaflix doesn’t offer purchasing of any of its content at the moment. When you rent a title, you’re given 30 days to press play and 48 hours to finish it or rewatch as often as you want.

Benefits

  • A large collection of films from Europe and from around the world
  • No subscription needed, pay for what you only watch
  • Offers free content you can stream directly
  • Stream movies, TV shows, and documentaries in HD
  • Download favourites and watch on the go
  • Recommendation feature available