Likeable country postman Harold Petts gets transferred from his village to London, where on his arrival he unwittingly foils a mail train robbery. Innocent in the ways of the big city, he is thought to be a member of another gang by both the train robbers and the police, who all suspect him of trying to rob the post office where he works.
- Stars:Spike Milligan, Barbara Shelley, John Wood, Archie Duncan, Warren Mitchell, Lance Percival, Arthur Mullard, John Bennett, Ronald Adam, Miles Malleson, Wilfrid Lawson, Mario Fabrizi, Bob Todd, Ian Wilson,
- Director:Robert Lynn,
- Writer:Jack Trevor Story (story), John Briley (screenplay), Jack Trevor Story (screenplay), Spike Milligan (additional dialogue), Ronald Kinnoch (additional
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Postman's Knock torrent reviews
(br) wrote: The extreme bad does not exceed the very good. The bad : boy actor is adorable but beyond fake and Chris Sarandon is generally terrible, many lines are unbearably cheesy, the car chase is fun but truly stupid and there's a lot of dumb moves. On the bright side, its really fun, has an excellent progression, many ideas to keep it going, and hey, it became a classic so that's got to count for something. I just re-watched it as an adult for the first time after having seen it dozens of times as a kid and i like it just as much if not more.
(de) wrote: dont expect any explanations.
(nl) wrote: Yoji Yamada is one of today's most brilliant directors. I have really enjoyed his period pieces, which have brought back fun memories of classic Samurai movies. Yamada has a subtle and quiet voice which he usually uses well. Kabei: Our Mother seemed like it came from a different director altogether. Set out like a series of memoirs, the film relied heavily on an intrusive narration and episodic structure. I never felt at ease, or intrigued, by the films pace. There were segments I enjoyed, most involving Asano, who kept his emotions in the open without making them obvious. The end was also very melodramatic, with screaming and crying forcing their way in. It was all very 'bitty', but each individual 'bit' had something to enjoy.
(br) wrote: although i can TOTALLY relate to the title, i have lost interest....time to get back to old school Nintendo games.
(mx) wrote: it was kinda retarded=\
(gb) wrote: Not as good as Mary and Max, but another good claymation movie with the perfect blend of comedy and sadness. A perfect display of birth to death
(fr) wrote: Not interesting, or intelligent enough to be a cautionary tale.
(kr) wrote: Dark. Perverse. Australian.
(de) wrote: Greatest vampire movie ever! Radu is the best portrayal of a vampire in all the history of vampires? Anders Hove rules!
(nl) wrote: We all thought this was maybe some sort of parody, it was so bad. Terrible acting, terrible music score, terrible storyline - all laughable in places. Useless terrorists being chased by useless secret agents. In all honesty, the highlight was a few seconds of one of the terrorists watching Mr. Bean and I HATE Mr. Bean. If I could sue someone, I would.