Make Mine Mink

Make Mine Mink

In a mansion block in Knightsbridge, a gang of middle-aged biddies decide to brighten up "the dullness of the tea time of life" by staging a series of robberies on furriers, then donating the proceeds to charitable concerns. Terry Thomas as a retired army officer leads the gang, which includes Athene Seyler and Hattie Jacques, on a series of capers that nearly go awry when their maid, Billie Whitelaw, an ex-con and also a resident of the block, falls for a police officer.

Zany collection of misfits led by aging military man (Terry-Thomas) go on a spree of robbing mink coats. An unlikely trio of women (Athene Seyler, Hattie Jacques, and Elspeth Duxbury) find ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Make Mine Mink torrent reviews

Vincent B (it) wrote: Very important film... If only the mass public could see the film we may be able to make progress on the issues at hand.

Renda C (gb) wrote: I cried multiple times

Becs D (ag) wrote: Coming from Banksy's home city, you can't miss a screening of anything 'him' related. If art in general is subjective, then the question of whether or not somebody is, or not a worthy artist is clearly down to what an artist provokes within. My personal view of the outcome was that the film itself and the string pulling the whole illusion was maybe the art and not the exhibition, either way .... Is this a touch of the Emperor's New clothes? Or is there really such a fine line between genius and insanity?

Mike N (gb) wrote: Festival de Cannes - Selection officielle - Un certain regard.Film vraiment bizarre, le realisateur est assez weirdo...Moyen.

Karsta R (ca) wrote: Didn't expect too much from this movie and was pleasantly surprised at how good it entertained me on a Sunday afternoon.

Brad S (de) wrote: I had skipped this on its original release due to the poor reviews, but decided to finally give it a try due to the mostly solid cast. Chris O'Donnell stars and I'm not really a fan of his, with his performance serving as a suitable reminder as to why. I do like a lot of the supporting cast though, including Bill Paxton, Scott Glenn, Temuera Morrison, and in early roles Alexander Siddiq and Ben Mendelsohn. The film is directed by Martin Campbell who did "Goldeneye" with Brosnan and "Casino Royale" with Craig, so overall I thought perhaps it would e mindless entertainment. I was wrong. The effects and stunts are terrible, it appears to be mostly shot in a studio which kept pulling me out of the film. This movie really just doesn't work. Skip it.

John B (es) wrote: This is a hard film to review there's loads of positives and negatives all at the same time. Christopher Lambert's Scottish accent leaves a lot to be desired and Sean Connery as a Spaniard is even more questionable. The story however is a great one I love the whole immortal being cast away from his people idea. Also the story of Conner saving the little girl from the clutches of the Nazis. Explaining her loyalty to him as an adult.It's one of the few films where I think a remake could be a good idea. As long as it was done well.

David B (ru) wrote: A comic GOD. Extremely funny.

gary t (it) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is an ok movie 2 watch...its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie..i think that kenneth williams plays a good part throughout this movie..its just the usual jokes for the carry on movies....i think that the director of this comedy movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie its an enjoyable comedy movie 2 watch

Altered E (gb) wrote: This piece is no technical marvel, but it's one of the greatest exploitation films of all time. The irony is that this film is actually more attuned to 21st nihilistic aburdist comedy than it was to anything contemporary to its release.

Galina M (mx) wrote: Soul and mind...all we are like this - and it's hard to find the balance...

Rahna D (ru) wrote: I love this movie. The theme is strong. Ryan Raynolds done a good job. Basically the script is 8/10. Anyway you'll understand this movie 100% if your a father.

Seraphic W (gb) wrote: Not a comedy in my books, not by any stretch of the imagination. A bittersweet movie about coming to terms and becoming the person you were owed to be, a film about mending the broken tiles of the path to forgiveness. Not an epic, nothing extraordinary -- but then again... it needn't be. This is a good movie. Watch it. Let it do its "thing" and it just might surprise you.

Brian P (mx) wrote: slight spoilers: I love end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it films and was hoping for far more from this movie. It's premise is great, but the delivery sucks. If you want to see a riveting story of survival, look elsewhere. This is two hours of people uselessly bickering and arguing about who doesn't love who with almost no focus on the fact that the entire world is falling down around them. Lame.

Jamie B (gb) wrote: Frustrating in many ways.

Chad C (br) wrote: I liked this movie, a lot. Apart from some awful acting and sound effects, this movie is very good. The story is fantastic and the visual of a naked, blood covered boy walking Jason Vorhees style through the woods in the middle of the day is chilling. The contrast of the red blood against the green woods is very sharp. Yes there are some plot holes and again the acting is sub-par, but on a budget of 70-some thousand, you cant really expect an all around winner. The gore effects, creepiness, and story all kept this movie together. I can't imagine how much better this movie could have been with some polish and a few extra dollars pumped into it.

Archie G (br) wrote: Best film ever!!!! It wasn't nominated for any oscars because it would win too many. Michael Jordan brought a tear to my eye with some superb acting, he really got to grips with his emotions. Wayne knight don't get me started, he was both flamboyant and energetic. 10 points to Gryffindor. P.S don't listen to Mathew Samuel Mirliani

Grant S (au) wrote: Quite...empty.An extension of the TV series. Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven) is head of a film studio. Star actor Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) is happy to sign up for Ari's first film long as he directs too. The project is a massive one and the studio resorts to getting financial backing from a wealthy Texas businessman. Unfortunately, this means the businessman's son gets to have a say in the final cut of the movie...Maybe you need to be a fan of the TV series (and I wasn't, but I didn't mind it) but I found this superficial and pointless. Central plot is quite basic. Sub-plots are even worse. Not engaging as a drama, not funny as a comedy.About the only bright spots are provided by actual stars appearing as themselves. Gives a feel of Hollywood-behind-the-scenes, and the stars are often quite happy to parody themselves.Not worth watching, not even to see what all the fuss was about.