Sex Lives of the Potato Men

Sex Lives of the Potato Men

Mackenzie Crook and Johnny Vegas star as the bird-chasing, self-proclaimed "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" of Birmingham in this £3 million brit-com about two lowlifes with active fantasy sex lives who deliver potatoes to various restaurants and grocers.

Mackenzie Crook and Johnny Vegas star as the bird-chasing, self-proclaimed "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" of Birmingham in this £3 million brit-com about two lowlifes with active ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Sex Lives of the Potato Men torrent reviews

Kenneth J (de) wrote: I'm sick of reading these anti-military critics accuse every movie with a positive portrayal of our brave men and women as "recruitment tools." They are ACCURATE portrayals of them, end of story. Do they call movies where doctors save lives recruitment tools for hospitals? No. Do they call movies that show someone who is good at baseball a recruitment tool for baseball? No. So why is it, when a movie doesn't show the military as a bunch of blood-thirsty apes with guns shooting innocent people for the fun of it, all of a sudden they are nothing more than "recruitment tools" for the military? Funny thing is, most of the idiots that say these stupid comments have absolutely no clue how the military really is or how our troops really are. They "bravely" sit in their air-conditioned rooms criticizing any movie that portrays the military in a positive light. Well, I'm just soooo glad you movie critics are serving us so bravely. Thank you for your great sacrifice... And just in case you're wondering, I've seen this movie twice in two advanced screenings. I was in the military and a lot of my friends are or were in one branch or the other. Let me tell you, this was one of the most realistic and accurate portrayals of how military servicement are and how intense the fighting is. If being accurate and realistic means it's a recruiting tool, then let me tell you, this recruitment tool will tell you more truths than your recruiter will, haha. The action is intense and relentless. The acting is about as good as you'd expect from a bunch of men who are too busy serving our country and putting their lives on the line every day to practice acting and memorizing lines. I'm sure they feel really terrible about that for you poor unfortunate critics who had to sit in an air-conditioned room for two whole hours to see that. Don't worry movie critics, aka my heroes, you will be awarded the silver star for your bravery and heroics...

Darlene M (kr) wrote: This doesn't seem like something I should like, but I really enjoyed it. The music was surprisingly good traditional country instead of the modern pop version (perhaps with the exception of the lead character). The relationships were strong, and a bit miserable... which seems likely of the toxic environment of super-stardom.

Chad R (ca) wrote: Grabbers is a fun Irish horror-comedy with a like-able cast and a cool Lovecraftian monster. It pokes fun at the Irish love of drink by having the monster allergic to alcohol. In order to survive, the townspeople have to get drunk! Full of good British humor and cool monster action, this film is a can't miss for horror fans.

Jessica C (br) wrote: Really hard to watch about the cruelty in North Korea. But important.

ian c (ag) wrote: hometown drama. John Leguizamo makes an appearance. Val Kilmer is an overweight drunk.

Ziyi P (gb) wrote: Not the best from Yimou Zhang (or Gong Li) for me, Raise the Red Lantern still stands out for me but a solid story and good acting.

Demetrius M (jp) wrote: again, the Merchant Ivory team gets it right, though there is a couple of items from the book I would have liked to have seen. Still, it helped launch Hugh Grant's career (though some out there would prefer if it hadn't) because he does a great job in this film. The entire cast is brilliant with a great scene with Ben Kingsley playing the American doctor the Maurice goest to for help. I so admire how Merchant / Ivory would use their actors from other films in diverse ways, ala repertory theater.

Michael H (br) wrote: Horrendous puns, slapstick gags and disguises are the material of the comedy that, for no particular purpose that I can think of, has Clouzot, at one point and another, masquerade as a woman, a peg-legged sailor who carries an inflatable rubber parrot on his shoulder, and as Toulouse-Lautrec, a masquerade that prompts someone to say in admiration, "Now you can work both the Left Bank and Montmartre in anonymity!"

Jim C (fr) wrote: One of my favorite Wayne movies.