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Postal is a better film by director Uwe Boll. Postal is based on the controversial video game of the same name, and the film is politically incorrect. The film is pretty funny and does a good job ...
- comedy, action
Postal may also be trying for the social satire of the sharp, savvy Borat or the fierce Fight Club, but the execution is so clumsy and dim that the bluntness of the 'comedy' is far duller than any satirical edge Boll might imagine he's bringing to the material.
I know I was definitely high when I watched "Postal" and giving it a 6.4 despite that it was a Uwe Boll movie. I DON'T GIVE A CRAP. Uwe Boll has directed crappy movies throughout his life, but this film had better cinematography as well as a weak, but noticeable morale. Its not a black
- Uwe Boll
- Dave Foley, Verne Troyer
Feb 21, 2012 · Secret First Sequence of Postal - The Movie by Uwe Boll - Duration: 3:37. ... "Trailer Trash" ® Postal Movie Review - Duration: 6:07. cinemystic 5,411 views. 6:07. Postal ...
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Going into “Postal”, I didn’t expect much. I expected a horribly unfunny movie that was nothing but over the top jokes and bad political humor. What I got to see though was a movie that was on par with the normal satire flicks of today such as “Epic Movie” or “Scary Movie”. In the normal sense, this isn’t a good thing.
This movie is terrible and offensive to nearly everyone but would it be a movie based on Postal if it wasn't Review by Christopher Oliver ★★★ It's offensive, racist, ableist, sexist, comical, over the top, on your nose, digusting, ridiculous, dumb, satirical, 6th grader toilet humour ridden kind-of terribly made film for the sake of ...
- Vivendi Entertainment, Running With Scissors
- Uwe Boll
Oct 18, 2007 · Directed by Uwe Boll. With Zack Ward, Dave Foley, Verne Troyer, Chris Coppola. In the ironically named city of Paradise, a loser teams up with his cult-leading uncle to steal a peculiar bounty of riches from their local amusement park.
- Uwe Boll
There are those who will no doubt call “The Postman” the worst film of the year, but it's too good-hearted for that. It's goofy, yes, and pretentious, and Kevin Costner puts himself in situations that get snickers. And it's way too long.