A crazed rock singer returns from the dead to murder members of his former band.
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Leon B (it) wrote: Review:Definitely one for the kids, which doesn't have any adult humour and a weak storyline. I wasn't expecting that much from the movie because the original Postman Pat wasn't that great, so I wasn't terribly disappointed. The director uses that patronising type of English humour which gets on your nerves after a while so I really don't recommend it to the adults. On the plus side, the kids will enjoy the vibrant colours and the robots and songs, but that's all the film really has to offer. Yet another bad attempt of a classic series. Terrible!Round-Up:There isn't that many big voices used in the film so I can't really comment on the performances. The animation isn't that great. It's really blocky and cheap looking compared to the top animation films on the market. The only reason why I watched the movie is because of my little nephews who love there animation movies, but I doubt that they would even fine this movie interesting. Basically, if you want the kids to be quiet for an hour and a half, then you might get away with putting this movie on, but kids are a quite advanced nowadays so you might have to give this one a miss, unless they are familiar with the Postman Pat TV series.Budget: N/AWorldwide Gross: $7millionI recommend this movie to people who are into there animation movies about Postman Pat trying to win a trip to Italy on a talent show for his family. 2/10
Lindsey L (es) wrote: Generic Alien concept, some funny lines, a couple twists, and deaths exactly where they are supposed to happen. This film was pretty good for a one-time watch while I was bored.
Jessica G (au) wrote: Eye opening. I'll never look at fast food the same again. And if I do, I need to re-watch this.
Anna B (br) wrote: Potter shows herself to be a very limited visual stylist. She pulls out every trick from the hack director handbook, from canted angles to Peter Jackson-esque motion blur to overly intrusive foreground texture (get that fucking glass out of the way!) and it is endlessly irritating. I could probably forgive all this (and I do to an extent) if the writing was amazing, but the gender dynamic of the central love triangle is pretty clichd, and some of the rhymes clang horribly. It does work at times in spite of itself, but not brilliantly.
Bartos J (ag) wrote: Ray Winstone is in it.
Faial K (au) wrote: This is a much better movie from the vintage of Almod?var's oeuvre... more superior than his previous self-indulgence KIka or Tie Me up! Tie Me Down! "The Flower of My Secret" probably the most satisfying of Almodovar's fable due to its realistic portrayal of a full blown emotional marital conflict faced by its pratagonist ...perfectly played by the gorgeous Marisa Paredes... And when i thought Almodovar couldn't surprise me anymore, there comes in one of the scene, when the pratagonist Leo tells about the story of her books...in a strange Deja Vu... only i realized it is indeed the storyline of Almod?var's Volver... which he made 10 years later... Lost for words...
Amanda W (it) wrote: Such crap, such fun. Some movies just get the good rating for kid in you who loved it.
Jeffrey C (ru) wrote: Not much to say about this one. Its sub-par.
Joackim O (gb) wrote: Donissan, the thin line behind folly and sainthood.
Guido S (au) wrote: As a fan of magic and Raul Julia, I figured I had to check this out. Griffin O'Neal is the son of a famous magician and wants to make a name for himself. He ends up befriending a sketchy Raul Julia and hatches a plan to break out of prison and break a safe. A few things felt like there was missing scenes, particularly in the final escape. Otherwise, this film is incredibly boring. It felt like nothing was going to happen and it just took forever to get there and the buildup was not worth the wait.
Clarissa C (jp) wrote: campy fun~!Udo Kier is just fantastic in this!
TTT C (de) wrote: Here's another film rating.
Weul S (au) wrote: An escaped convict becomes a wealthy factory owner. When his prison buddy finds him, hilarity ensues in this charming musical about choosing friendship over money.