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Uwe Bolls Me Over
While Uwe Boll has garnered a reputation as one of the worst directors of all time, I can only surmise that those particular critics either have a very limited awareness of cinema (and clearly have not seen any films by Ulli Lommel…or Eli Roth), or are so embittered by their profession that they cannot see the insane, driven vision beneath the surface of the German mastermind’s work. Those who have followed his career with masochistic pleasure have concluded that his current works have shown a legitimate upgrade in quality, and “Postal” is one of his most impressive films; while yet another loose take on a video game, Boll’s proficiency with narrative structure (he co-wrote the script with Bryan C. Knight) has gotten better, as has his scene composition (few out-of-nowhere edits away from the action); and placed on the grounds of an absurd satire (a genre that many filmmakers bungle), Boll shows unfettered confidence and drive, even if the end result comes up short. Ditching the nauseating sitcom-structure that has turned Judd Apatow’s films into crudely saccharine cinematic gold-mines, Boll goes for the subversive, anti-commercial jugular with “Postal”–he seems on a mission to top one offensive gag with one even more offensive, and the film (true to its title) is an onslaught of un-PC humor from start to finish. While I will say I laughed often at “Postal” and its politics (which echo the anti-consumerist diatribes that made “Fight Club” a cult classic), the comic timing is probably only spot-on about half the time; the remainder of the film’s humor flows out of the absurdity of its premise: Dude (Zack Ward, the red-haired bully from “A Christmas Story”) is an unemployed, lower-class guy having a bad day–in a pinch for cash, he and Uncle Dave (Dave Foley) concoct a plan to steal a shipment of Krotchy dolls from a Nazi-themed amusement park (run by Boll himself in a hilarious cameo); meanwhile, Osama bin Laden and the Taliban (camped out in the back of a convenience store, natch) are also converging on the coveted toy. Yet the plot is really just an excuse for Boll to let loose with a skewering of stereotypes, history, and blue-collar madness: while “Postal” could have merely been tasteless and humorless, its own sensitivity toward mankind’s collectively repressed id shows a greater existential curiosity toward our “post-9/11” society than any Oscar-nominated tearjerker to come down the pike.
Postal: Boll’s “Best” Movie
Now we all know Uwe Boll’s track record when it comes to movies, but even more so when it’s applied to video games. However, in the case of Postal I have to say I was rather surprised because the movie possessed this subtle flair of the game. While watching it I felt it was trying its hardest to be as true to the game as it could. It has sick and pointlessly funny humor both political and sexual, and it has a ridiculous plot that feels like something right out of the game. Perhaps the one thing Boll does well in Postal is the bumbling collection of Muslim terrorists who are apathetic about the whole “Jihad” thing and they are quite funny to watch as they goof around. I guess what makes Postal the movie special is the collection of little silly Easter egg-esquire instances that will just make you chuckle. Like the Postal game, the movie deserves its due because it is a novelty among movies. Regardless, it’s Boll’s “best” work.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 40 min (100 min), 1 hr 54 min (114 min) (Director’s Cut DVD) (Germany), 2 hr 7 min (127 min) (long), 1 hr 47 min (107 min) (original cut), 1 hr 42 min (102 min) (unrated DVD)
Genre Action, Comedy, Crime, Thriller
Director Uwe Boll
Writer Uwe Boll, Bryan C. Knight
Actors Zack Ward, Dave Foley, Chris Coppola, Jackie Tohn
Country USA, Canada, Germany
Awards 1 win & 3 nominations.
Production Company Boll Kino Beteiligungs GmbH & Co. KG
Sound Mix SDDS, DTS, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1 (open matte), 2.35 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex Platinum, Panavision Primo Lenses
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Super 35 (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm