Postman Pat: The Movie

Postman Pat: The Movie

Like always, Postman Pat is happily going about his duty delivering letters and parcels around the fictional town of Greendale. One day, auditions for the TV talent show, "You're the One", are held in Greendale, which Pat manages to pass. With Pat required to be away from Greendale whilst participating in the contest, various Patbot 3000 robots are deployed to take Pat's postal duties. This soon turns out to be an evil plot to take over the world, which Pat must now stop.

After having a chance to enters a TV talent show, a veteran postman uncovers the meaning of family, friendship which makes him deal with problems and enjoy the beautiful life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Postman Pat: The Movie torrent reviews

Leena Y (ag) wrote: U should difenetely watch this movie its amazing check it out !!!

Charlie 7 (br) wrote: It's entertaining but feels lacking in certain areas

Cameron P (it) wrote: For a low budget found footage film the special effects weren't too bad, but the script and unbelievable situations with wild animals instantly becoming attached to humans definitely let the film down. A lot of it was just too unbelievable, especially when cameras would get lost or broken, which should imply that half the footage of the movie would itself be lost along with the cameras, yet we had just sat through 80 minutes of it all. Another issue was that it was in no way scary or suspenseful. There would be scenes which were obviously meant to make you jump out of your seat, but you just find yourself not caring. In the end I was expecting this movie to be awful and actually found it a lot more enjoyable than I was expecting, especially the first half of the movie. The acting was okay, but overall if the script was better and the situations more realistic this would have been a much better film.

Ragheed A (nl) wrote: good movie somehow ... i liked his attitude ... the torturing was good

Alex B (nl) wrote: Probably the most realistic (yet also very stylish) film noir I've ever seen (and, like any good film noir, a criticism of capitalist society).

Asif M (it) wrote: An ambitious deep British film kinda psychotic but was worth watching.

Matthew C (es) wrote: The Dream Master has some good moments, but doesn't come close to being as good as the original. It is entertaining and funny, but loses any real scary elements of the previous films due to the beginning of one-liner Freddy who became a funny character rather than a scary character who is also funny. Truly the beginning of the end for the franchise.

Ingrid G (ag) wrote: I cry at the end of this movie EVERY TIME I watch it. A friend recommended it to me & I've been a fan of Jang Dong-Gunn ever since.

Carlos M (de) wrote: A gorgeously animated film that may not please everyone due to its greater focus on characters and lack of a well-defined plot, but it is well-deservedly recognized as a classic now with its contemplative portrayal of love, nature and the cruelty of men against the forest and its animals.

Jedimaster T (it) wrote: Another good masterpiece

Trey W (us) wrote: Interesting, yet boring. One of Nicholas Cage's best movies. It's a cross between Indiana Jones and The Davici Code

Cindysue H (kr) wrote: Love the fact #ChristianKane is playing in this movie, but have to be honnest, it's a bad remake of the French Taxi movie...But still love it that Christian Kane has a role in this movie

Hayden H (br) wrote: Now if you watched Her first, you are not getting it all. Though really I can see how it wouldn't really change your perceptive of it. Really when I think about it, it really wouldn't make a difference. I just like Him being the first movie better cause Her doesn't really answer a lot of questions.When I first heard there was movie with two versions of the same story but each in the perceptive of the two leads called Him & Her. I found myself intrigued and wonder why hasn't Weinstein learned from Snowpiercer that sometimes the movie is perfect as it is. I was completely unprepared by this and how deep it was. First, Him is a great start up as it will first set the structure of the story and only draw the lines as we McAvory gives one of his best performances and pretty true tale of the guy perceptive. He feels incomplete with Eleanor and starts to unwind by the seems till he accepts the hard true that she will never come back and forever he will be stuck in love with a woman he knows he'll have again. Him has more comic relief than Her and the lighting is a lot more light as hope is still in the air for Conor. Now in Her, we see Jessica's Eleanor at what many may call rock bottom. We get to see her slowly try to pick herself but only to find out she'll never on if she is with Him. Jessica gives a hard knocks performance that feels so real that I didn't even think she was acting. She struggles to find meaning in life again and in result she is forced to face the fact she must move on. Her is a lot more deep and darker than Him. The lighting is a lot more tense and serious as hope is nowhere to be found for Eleanor. Everything just feels empty. But what Her does that Him leaves wide open, the chance for both Him & Her to be together again isn't a long shot. In fact, like all great loves they can help you find your way back to one another again. Ned Benson delivers a very interesting experiment that I couldn't help but fall for. He must of had these stories jumble in his head for awhile. Reason I say that because the characters are well thought of and the direction is so on key with the camera angles and keeping true to his original vision.Them is an ambition and I hate Weinstein's interference to make The wonderful Him and Her into a forced confined space that is called Them. I couldn't find a real reason to hate these films. Only thing Id tell people is that the films both don't answer a lot of questions. They leave a borderline version of being enough to go along but also a lot more space than needed. I loved how both characters are not at the same level emotional but yet when they are apart they are more lost than ever. How they struggle to accept, or hell, talk about their child is almost like looking in a mirror. When they do in their own way, they find themselves stronger than ever but still clinching to the love of their lives. Always there even when the other isn't. Now I tell you please watch Him & Her not Them!!!! Them will probably ruin a lot of potential fans of the films because there's no way you'll get the full effect that planned when these movies were made. This will just be another movie that make film buffs say "if only..." B+ for Him & B for Her also C+ for them. I'm going to tell people to check this out and if they can't find Him or Her then I'll tell them don't waste their time. My Filmmaker P.O.V. I'm happy And honored I got to see both Him & Her as they were originally intended. The Experiment was a complete, messy success

Tanveer A (us) wrote: It starts off well but it's linear and too predictable. Al Pachino has not been doing any great movies lately. He is better than these..

Aoth S (br) wrote: I could go into a big depth analysis about how good this movie is, but I think I'll keep this one short, and sweet. Wet Hot American Summer is a hilarious movie if you dig the type of comedy at play. The movie itself is having fun with movies, particularly some of the cheesy 80's, early 90's teenage movies/camp movies, and a lot of the inconsistencies associated with badly made 80's movies. So, if you're not familiar with a lot of 80's movie pop cultures, and film, then you might miss some of the jokes here. That's part of what makes this movie so brilliant though. There are in your face, laugh out loud jokes, but there's plenty of reference jokes for those who will get them, then there's a huge of amount of absurdity, a few thinkers, and some raunchy stuff all thrown in the mix. I once heard someone say that this was The Caddyshack of it's generation, and I couldn't agree more. It's very much in the same type of vein as Caddyshack with some of it's humor, it's a parody as much as it is an homage to some of those classic 80's films. The reason it's gained such a cult following, is because it truly is its own unique experience. And the cast, so much talent, people are usually shocked to read the cast list, and to have never heard of this movie, but thanks to Netflix, a lot more people have found out about it. It's great that they were able to get the cast back together for Wet Hot American Summer Series on Netflix.VERDICT: B+