Crooks in Cloisters
Having pulled off the smallest ever train robbery, Little Walter and his crew decide to get out of London. The six of them set up business in a disused monastery off the Cornish coast, despite the fact that none of them really qualifies as a monk - least of all Walter's moll Bikini. Bit by bit, the quiet way of life starts becoming a habit.
- Stars:Ronald Fraser, Barbara Windsor, Bernard Cribbins, Davy Kaye, Wilfrid Brambell, Melvyn Hayes, Grégoire Aslan, Joseph O'Conor, Corin Redgrave, Francesca Annis, Norman Chappell, Arnold Ridley, Patricia Laffan, Alister Williamson, Russell Waters,
- Director:Jeremy Summers,
- Writer:T.J. Morrison (screenplay), Mike Watts (screenplay), Mike Watts (from an original story by)
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Crooks in Cloisters torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Refreshing change from the "formula"
(kr) wrote: "The Swan Princess Christmas". "The SWAN PRINCESS Christmas"! Where did this come from? And why is it in 3D? Not that it matters, I enjoyed the original trilogy... well, the first and third movies the most, so perhaps Richard Rich has kept his trademark Swan Princess touch and charm after a fifteen-year hiatus from these movies? I'm surprised that they even made a Christmas special based on the Swan Princess series. Well, who knows, maybe it'll be decent, but I think I'll wait awhile before I watch it.
(nl) wrote: Mean-spirited and fuckin' dark.
(de) wrote: Probably biased because of my love of the books, but I liked it. Especially the portrayals of Yassen and Blunt.
(au) wrote: Worth watching. Entertaining, with a great cast.
(mx) wrote: Much as I loved Jon Cryer and punk rawk in the 80's, this movie was a turd.
(au) wrote: Best trip to the moon in a cavorite sphere with chickens... y'know... ever!
(us) wrote: Pretty rad take on the coming of age story. It's funny how they treat "the curse" literally here. Great ending too. Another proud Canadian film.
(ru) wrote: Cute little flick. Nice to see Audrey trying so hard to "be bad", with O'Toole as a mentor no less.
(fr) wrote: This film makes the series's running formula very obvious: go here, fight zombies, go there, fight zombies, go in a building, fight zombies, leave a building, fight zombies, wait a little bit, fight zombies. Also, and this could just be me nitpicking, but I find the aesthetics very displeasing, as my mouth dries out completely just by looking at it.
(kr) wrote: Worst movie ever I cant even finished it. Poor acting quality