Viini postmark

Viini postmark


  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:84 minutes
  • Release:1968
  • Language:Estonian
  • Reference:Imdb
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Directed by Veljo Käsper, and written by Ardi Liives, «Viini postmark» (also known as "Venskaya pochtovaya marka") is a 1967 Comedy film, starring Jüri Järvet, Herta Elviste, Ines Aru, Vladislav Korzhets, Alfred Rebane and Fleur Toomla. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Melvin W (us) wrote: Howard Marks: A dealer is really just someone who buys more dope than he can smoke. And I have to say, I'm ashamed, I tried to smoke it all. There was just too fuckin' much of it."Most Wanted. Most Wasted."Mr. Nice is a movie I thoroughly enjoyed, and more than anything, it really made me want to read Howard Marks' book. There's a few annoyances throughout and from what I've read, it isn't nearly as good as the book. On a subjective level though, I really loved it. This is material that is worth showing. It's fun to watch, it's insightful(probably not as much as the book I would imagine), but more than anything I loved Rhys Ifans and Chloe Savigny.Mr. Nice is the life story of Howard Marks. Marks learned about marijuana from a guy while attending and graduating from Oxford. After graduating, he takes a teaching position that isn't getting him much money. So when that guy who introduced him to the magical plant gets busted, he turns the business over to Marks. Marks takes over and the business flourishes. The title, Mr. Nice, is based on one of Marks' aliases and I would be led to believe it is why there's a popular and powerful strain of marijuana called just that, Mr. Nice.A lot of the criticism for the film seems to be from those who have read the book and I can't really deny that the film is a bad adaption because I haven't read the book. I will now, but as of seeing the movie, I haven't. So luckily I watched this before because based on those opinions, I wouldn't have cared for it nearly as much.If you're at all interested in drug smuggling or maybe just the man himself, give this film a look. I loved the style, loved the dialogue, loved the cast, and loved the source material. Howard Marks was an extraordinary man and his life makes for an extraordinary story.

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Tom C (es) wrote: I watched this because it was on cable late at night and I used to be stationed in 29 Palms, CA. Beyond seeing some familiar sites and a hot Russian chick getting plowed in the desert, this movie is a pile of stool. I couldn't finish it. I hear something stupendous happens at the end but the first hour and half is so terrible who cares. If this throws me into the unsophisticated Plebe crowd apart from the artsy-farsty types then so be it. One man's garbage is another man's art. Too bad I quit smoking dope.

Luke P (jp) wrote: ha, found it here nice idea, hilarious, good cut-scenes, fine directing

Chris S (jp) wrote: Cheesy... But VERY entertaining!

Eric J (mx) wrote: Even for a prison film this one is a stretch. Barbara Stanwyck remains my favorite leading lady from the Golden Age, and this film IS watchable. Just a bit silly from a 21st century perspective. Gawd how I hate the 21st Century!

Brad S (de) wrote: I had actually only seen this once around the time it was released. Not a great movie but works if you want something light. I was surprised to see a young looking Julie Bowen from "Modern Family". For Sandler or silly comedy fans only.

Monny M (nl) wrote: Watched this with the kids about a week ago. Everybody liked it.

Evan H (mx) wrote: this movie is hilarious! I really enjoyed this movie. Minnie Driver and John Cusack make a great team! also was fun seeing Joan Cusack in this! I enjoyed every minute of this!