Oh, Mr. Porter!

Oh, Mr. Porter!

Comedy in which a bungling railway worker is given the job of stationmaster at a rundown station in rural Ireland, where his sidekicks are a toothless old gaffer and a portly young loudmouth. Hilarious adventures ensue, including a locomotive chase after gunrunners make off with a train.

With the help of a relative, a hopeless railway employee is made stationmaster of Buggleskelly. Determined to make his mark, he devises a number of schemes to put Buggleskelly on the railway map, but instead falls foul of a gang of gun runners. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Bryan G (au) wrote: Of all of the series that Full Moon Features has created, the one that has garnered the largest fan base is the Puppet Master series. I would argue that the Subspecies series is a far more interesting one, but that's another review. The films in the Puppet Master series have been hit and miss, but mostly miss for me. Of all of the films so far I've only liked a total of three of them and my personal favorite has been Puppet Master 3: Toulon's Revenge, directed by David DeCoteau. Set during WWII, the film was the first to feature the puppets as the protagonist of the film, putting them up against the Nazis. Seeing that the newest, and ninth entry in the series was returning the Puppets to the WWII era and was once again being directed by DeCoteau, I had high hopes for Puppet Master: Axis of Evil. For a film that claims "The legends of horror have returned," Axis of Evil surprisingly contains a very limited amount of puppet content. The film mostly centers around Danny Coogan (Levi Fiehler), who dreams of joining the war effort but can't due to a physical disability. Working in the hotel that Toulon killed himself in, Danny discovers Toulon's trunk that contains his mysterious puppets. Unbeknownst to Danny, the Nazis are very interested in obtaining this trunk, and using Toulon's secrets for their own devious plans. The earlier Puppet Master films didn't display phenomenal special effects but were still impressive despite their limitations. Puppet Master: Axis of Evil I imagine has a bigger budget than most of the previous films, but it is one that feels cheaply made. The puppets themselves, who are some of the most iconic creations in horror cinema, just don't look or feel the same as they once did. What use to be stop motion effects used to create them has been replaced with lazy puppeteer work that looks as if amateurs were put in charge of executing. It's been how many years since there was a Puppet Master film and this is the best they can do with them? I would have been fine with the lack of good puppet work if the characters of Axis of Evil were interesting. Sadly, they were not. There just isn't enough development with Danny to make him a fascinating person, and none of the interactions he has with the puppets rivals previous films in the series. The villains of the film aren't much help to the story either. The two Nazis on Danny's trail aren't realistic, and the female Japanese saboteur named Ozu (Ada Chao) wasn't an impressive enough enemy. Not to mention her lame puppet, a ninja no less, was ridiculous at best. Puppet Master: Axis of Evil ends along the same lines that Puppet Master 4 ended, with an obvious intent on a follow up film, or possibly films, to be made. While I would normally be excited about this, I just can't seem to bring myself to feel any anticipation for further projects in this series. There was a period when Full Moon Features was a dominating force in the straight to video market place. But lately Charles Band's work hasn't lived up to his earlier films. Even something as crappy as Asylum's Mega Shark Vs. Giant Octopus was more enjoyable than Axis of Evil.

FilmGrinder S (br) wrote: 89% "It is what it is."-Aaron Ritter (Carlos Bernard) Strong first act, but grows weaker as it goes along.

Millo T (de) wrote: Between 2.5 and 3. More a historical document (which does not surprise much if you know the real history) than a movie, mainly by the character of Sfauffenberg, who is absolutely plain -a heroe and just that. A deeper inside of motivations and less heroism would have worked much better. Curiously, though the actor who played Hitler did not have the best physic I have seen for the role, his gestures and sentences (do not know the vocal interpretation, I watched it dubbed) looked to me very feasible for the Fhrer.

Frank J (br) wrote: Je m'tais toujours questionn quant la signification des petits points entre les lettres dans le titre, et je trouvais, au premier abord, que c'tait assez inutile. Finalement, ils sont entirement justifis. Valle vient de signer un grand classique du cinma qubcois, et il est ais de comprendre ce pourquoi Scorsese semble l'avoir approch pour une future co-ralisation entre les deux. C.R.A.Z.Y. dpeint merveille l'ambiance des annes 70-80, et les acteurs, dont Michel Ct, sont tous simplement phnomnaux. Toutefois, selon moi, C.R.A.Z.Y. se place galit avec Un crabe dans la tte quant au titre de mon film qubcois favori.

Zeina S (ca) wrote: A classic. Enjoyed watching it in the plane

Tom R (fr) wrote: I've never been one to watch movies that aren't filmed in English, but this may well be the film that changes my mind; watching something with subtitles is a whole different experience and shouldn't put someone off watching this. "Point Blank" is a wonderfully acted, action packed and twist filled film, with some great chase scenes. If more Hollywood movies were like this I'd be a happy man.

M C (ca) wrote: Cube does have problems with trying (and somewhat failing) to create it's own style, but overall it is one of the most tense, thought provoking, and terrifying modern scifi movies. The acting, effects, and cinematography are great, but the star of the show here is the script. The themes and pacing create a terrifying and extremely suspenseful atmosphere, constantly making you wonder what's going to come next. As the climax nears, I'm sure you will be at the edge of your seat. In all Cube a superior science fiction film. 84/100

Ruud v (fr) wrote: great satire movie !!!!

Rob S (mx) wrote: Not good. Jackie Gleason needed to quit long before this movie.

Steven B (gb) wrote: great photography and acting

Dave S (ca) wrote: We had our first group movie night last night and this is one of the movies that I brought it. We pulled numbers out of a bowl and this movie and two others got picked. None of my friends had seen this movie and I was worried they wouldn't like it because of how weird it is. I like weird stuff so of course I have loved this movie for years. I think this was the 3rd or 4th time that i have watched it. It was still weird. I still didn't understand what it meant. But I still liked it and it still kept me intrigued. Luckily, everyone seemed to enjoy it in a weird way. Everyone had the similar reaction of "hmmmm, that was really weird. But now I'm curious and contemplative." David Lynch is one of my favorite filmmakers. I need to watch his whole filmography. Anyway, this is classic Lynch and I love it. Also, I watched a video on youtube this morning about what this movie is about and it made alot of sense. There is alot of symbolism in this movie. This movie is just pure art. Also, Naomi Watts is outstanding in this movie.

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