The Incredible Mr. Limpet

Meek and mild mannered bookkeeper Henry Limpet has few passions in life. It's mid-1941 and he would love to join the Navy but has been rated 4F. His friend George Stickle is in the Navy and...

. . His friend George Stickle is in the Navy and. It's mid-1941 and he would love to join the Navy but has been rated 4F. Meek and mild mannered bookkeeper Henry Limpet has few passions in life

The Incredible Mr. Limpet is a great movie of Jameson Brewer (screenplay), John C. Rose (screenplay), Joe DiMona (adaptation), Theodore Pratt (novel). The released year of this movie is 1964. You can check list actors in this movie torrents, such as Don Knotts, Carole Cook, Jack Weston, Andrew Duggan, Larry Keating, Oscar Beregi Jr., Charles Meredith, Elizabeth MacRae, Paul Frees. The kind of movie are Fantasy. The rating is 6.5 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movie torrents. Share this movies torrent to support us . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Alex N (ru)

retarded gangsta movie. . . one of the worst gangsta films ever, what the hell was up with that long ass car chase at the beging, nobody could act in that film (except for snoop)

Andy G (de)

(2014). boring terrible mess for from two great actors

Caesar B (es)

Modern Hitchcock wannabe

David S (mx)

Still, solid direction and the stars make it all tolerable. The plot starts off strong but it suffers from an overly complex plot that increasingly becomes a jumbled mess as it moves forward to the point that its nonsensical. Solid performances highlight this Hollywood thriller

Harry W (au)

Occasionally the pacing slows down and it goes through extensive periods of the film's simple theoretical dialogue with not much stimulation, but nevertheless Gettin' Square is a well scripted crime caper benefitting from Jonathan Teplitzky's stylish direction and an incredible performance from David Wenham. Even though he's an English actor, he has all the talent and charm of the surrounding actors. Timothy Spall also earns the title of an honourary Aussie for his work in Gettin' Square which simply pays credibility to the film thanks to his talents in terms of line delivery and intense facial expressions. He gives a lot of compelling effort into the lead role and proves that he has a strong talent for more character driven works. Sam Worthington also proves what makes him a good actor in one of his earliest efforts from before he became an internationally recognized actor for his work in films such as Clash of the Titans or more notably in Avatar. Good thing it at least won every major Australian acting award, because his mix of physicality, voice articulation and line delivery is immaculate. He's the perfect visual depiction of an Australian low-life, and he plays the character perfectly to a comedic and dramatic extent which is so far away from the handsome and charming figure that David Wenham actually is that it's a performance deserving of an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting actor. See, David Wenham absolutely perfects the role of John "Spit" Spitieri because he captures the stereotypical Bogan persona with all the hardcore stereotypical Australian elements, and in the process he captures the characterization of a typical dirty Aussie druggie. David Wenham gives one of the finest performances Australian cinema has ever seen, and surely the funniest performance by an Australian actor ever on film. But on top of it all is a talented cast and an unforgettable performance by David Wenham. Plus, it has plenty of really fine cinematography which is edited at aa good pace, and the soundtrack is really gentle and features some good songs. While it's a film which Australian audiences are more likely to appreciate the humour in, international viewers can still appreciate its meaningful drama and light touch of comedy. And combine that with great characters and a fine cast, and you have some of the finest elements of Australia's best crime comedy in existence. Getting' Square is a trip through the Australian language, and it's an honest and hilarious one since the script is packed with plenty of humour. And it educates unfamiliar viewers on how Australians really speak as well as reminding Australians how certain language elements sound laughable when combined with a real Australian accent. The language seems far from generic, it seems genuine. The script in Gettin' Square is excellent because it captures practically every element of actual Australian dialogue in terms of all the minor mannerisms of language and physicality and the more major ones. And to keep the characters mobile is a very strong script. It chronicles three characters attempting to get square after a life of crime, and all three characters are interesting figures with interesting paths in life which earn deservingly well actors to bring them to life. The story has a lot of characters to deal with, and it constantly goes back and forth through so many of them and sucks the viewers interest into them that soon enough they forget about the other characters in the story. And like Animal Kingfdom, it features an Academy Award caliber performance. Gettin' Square has the same qualities of Animal Kingdom, but it substitutes a haunting intensity for a light touch of comedy. Australian cinema boasts some excellent crime films with movies such as Two Hands and Animal Kingdom receiving massive critical acclaim in Australia and even wider, with the latter in particular for its Academy Award nominated performance by Jacki Weaver. Gettin' Square takes elements of two types of cinema Australia great at: Australian Comedy and crime cinema. Gettin' Square is simply an excellent example of Australian cinema at its best, and one of the greatest examples of combining themes of crime and comedy into a single film and creating a fine film in the process

Jan Marc M (fr)

Burrowing. An art house film masterpiece. Taste Of Cherry director Abbas Kiarostami has effectively communicated life in its richest complexity that solicits insights and persuades an introspection

Janne S (de)

Really impressive fight/action scnes for a B movie production! Otherwise complete and utter trash

Joe T (br)

Still not amazing, but better than the rest of the sequel trash. This was probably one of the best sequels to one of the disney classics. Best Disney sequel when you compare it to crap like Tarzan 2, Lion King 1&1/2, or Lion King 2

Michelle S (fr)

Some decent scares for a PG-13 film, but not a great film

Ryan A (au)

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