Moist von Lipwig is a con-man with a particular talent-- he is utterly unremarkable. When his execution is stayed in Terry Pratchett's remarkable Discworld, he must work off his debt to society as the land's head Postman. Things are not always as they seem, and soon Lipwig is delivering mail for his very life!
- Category:Fantasy, Comedy, Mystery
- Stars:Richard Coyle, David Suchet, Claire Foy, Andrew Sachs, Charles Dance, Timothy West, Steve Pemberton, Paul Barber, John Henshaw, Don Warrington, Tamsin Greig, Madhav Sharma, Jimmy Yuill, Ian Bonar, Nicholas Farrell,
Based on Terry Pratchett's 33rd Discworld novel involves a skillful con artist Moist Von Lipwig who finds the tables turned and it's he himself who conned into becoming the Ankh-Morpork Postmaster General. A position that has not been filled in years. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Going Postal torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: What makes this the best Documentary on Bees is not just the amazing camera footage, but the unfettered access gained to so many aspects of the bees all round the world. Even more, because they were foreigners, many people interviewed were more candid than they would were they American journalists. What a special treat.
(de) wrote: Casting Li Bing Bing is perhaps the most terrible mistake in this movie in my humble opinion. Hate every moment she speaks her lines. Terrible acting and all.
(it) wrote: A unique idea for a thriller about deaths that revolve on a disorder in which a person would see things differently than a normal person would.
(kr) wrote: has a place in my heart like a kind and hopeful foster child who just escaped an abusive home
(kr) wrote: The actor that played Ed was brilliant, but the film itself is dull as dish water. Very disappointing.
(mx) wrote: Funny movie! Definitely three stars! The fourth one is for nostalgia and Val Kilmer.
(gb) wrote: Antonioni's first film is a half-decent love story. He was just getting warmed up.
(de) wrote: amusing film of a familiar genre. nothing but the latest trends different here in the status-sphere (see what i did there) a good cast pulls off another treatment of own kind romp. for what it is, is all it is and make the most of it.[catch up reviews 2013
(kr) wrote: One of my all time favourite comedies. Funny from start to finish. Chazz Michael Michaels is figure skating.
(us) wrote: After i saw few trailers, my hopes went quite high, but when i actually watched it, i was quite disappointed. I thought it would be good, since Colin Firth is in it, and i've never seen a bad movie from him - but ehm. This one was boring! I thought that nothing really happened in this one, and when something did happen, it did happen much too fast! The story was average, it could've been better. Minnie Driver was sweet, and she did the best acting in this one. But i was truly disappointed. I didn't fell asleep while watching it, but i certainly wouldn't watch it again. The story was nonsense, it could've been made better.
(gb) wrote: The story of Vince Papale will make a huge impression on you... Go Eagles!
(ru) wrote: A beautiful tale of loss and grief, and of how language sometimes gets in the way of understanding. Ben Whishaw is his usual great self as the bereaved boyfriend who feels obligated towards his dead lover's mother, Cheng Pei-Pei.
(us) wrote: When coming across The Strangers for the first time, I remember it being so scary and when years passed, I'll watch it again. There were many attempts to record the movie, but ended up in failure, until now. The Strangers wasn't as great as I thought it was, but it's a decent film that could've been a lot better for what it could've been a terrific home invasion film. Liv Taylor and Scott Speedman are pretty good, and the strangers themselves act very creepy. The story is very simple, in fact, a little too simple which it could've been more developed on it. The scares are really good and got a jump out of me, and I do like that the strangers gave a vague reason why they were doing this which is very effective. The characters are very underdeveloped however, and they make some stupid choices in it which makes them feel like your typical horror character that does many dumb decisions that would probably get them killed. I did like that in the beginning, the couple were talking about marriage, and how one isn't ready for it, which I think is very interesting, but they didn't dwell in it long enough for me to actually care about them. If people can't watch The Strangers because of the characters, I understand which I think that it's one of the main problems, but for me, it still turn into a decent flick that I'm not going to remember much of it, except in that it's creepy, and the ending gave me a bit of a jolt.