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Thursday, August 28, 2008

More Than Enough: The First 11 Minutes of Uwe Boll’s Postal

Posted by Neil Miller (neil@filmschoolrejects.com)

I have heard from multiple sources — including three deities — that Uwe Boll’s latest film Postal isn’t worth the time it takes to break through the Fort Knox DVD packaging that it comes in — in you know the one, with the two little clippy things. But needless to say, I am constantly drawn to all things Boll — the man fascinates me to no end. Why? Because he continues to make movies the way he wants to make them, and people like Dave Foley (pictured above) continue to take their pants off in them. And whether or not the movies turn out to be a pile of excrement or not, that is an accomplishment that is lost on many of Hollywood’s director-types.

That said, I was obviously drawn to the following video embed, which shows off the first 11 minutes of Postal. And though it doesn’t show any of the scenes with Osama Bin Laden and George Bush skipping through a grassy meadow together, it does give us more than enough of the Boll experience for one day. Have a look for yourself below.

The only other reason that I am still planning on borrowing this from someone dumb enough to buy it is that I hear there is a scene where Verne Troyer gets raped by a monkey — and that I have to see.

Postal is on DVD shelves today. Thanks to FilmDrunk for the Hat tip.

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