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Postal (2007)
A black comedy film based on the video game of the same name.
With the subtitle: "Offending Everyone".

Synopsis:
Postal Dude (Zack Ward) is a run of bad luck. Discovered that your woman (more than the obese) is cheating him, but he can do nothing, and don't have a work, and still end up killing a guy by accident. Escaping, he finds the cult led by his uncle Dave, who owes a million dollars in taxes. To be able to pay the debt, Dave, your Messiahs and nephew plan to steal a valuable shipment of dolls rare and very valuable. The problem is that Osama Bin Laden, who is hiding in Arizona under the favor of George W. Bush (who calls the terrorist "Sammy"), is also looking at this loading, with the purpose of stealing the dolls, poison them and distribute them to American children.

Fans of the game may feel some similarities despite the Postal Dude not to say almost none of its classic lines, and abused fall script that has nothing to do with the game, but despite this, the film is unique by your acid criticism to the same subjects which approaches the game, which is the hypocritical question of right and wrong (morality), the hypocrisy of leaders and managers, politicians idiots, of fanatical terrorists, the minorities that are always grounds of a joke in the film and so on. To bring us the notion of how humanity has yet to learn to live without hypocrisy, falsehood and of course, assume that all times are really out of control. This film obviously, has jokes that may offend just about every kind of person. And that's the coolest part of it.

Copyrights: "Music Junkies-Sneaky- Music Junkies" by AdRev for a 3rd Party
Co-written and directed by Uwe Boll

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