Going Postal

"Terrible"

Going Postal Review


Here's a real feather in Brad Garrett's career -- a 1998 dog called Going Postal, finally hitting video thanks to his semi-celebrity on Everybody Loves Raymond.

He'd probably rather forget his appearance in this film about (use your imagination) murderous postal workers and a vaccine designed to prevent mailman rage. There's a love triangle with a girl (Grace Cavanaugh) who is waaaaay hotter than anything the USPS has evern produced, and plenty of bloodshed along the way to romance.

I'd talk about the "satire" in Going Postal but it's so unfunny that I can barely muster the energy to mutter another word about it. Garrett isn't at his best here, but his comic nuttiness (and Cavanaugh's looks) make for Postal's few minuscule bright spots. Take a pass.

Aka Postal Worker.



Facts and Figures

Run time: 185 mins

In Theaters: Sunday 30th May 2010

Production compaines: The Mob Film Company

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 1.5 / 5

IMDB: 7.8 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director: Jeffrey F. Jackson

Starring: as Moist von Lipwig, as Reacher Gilt, as Lord Vetinari, as Miss Criplock, as Adora Belle Dearheart, as Groat, Alex Price as Roger, Steve Pemberton as Drumknott, Ingrid Bolsø Berdal as Sergeant Angua


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