U.S Postal Inspectors are called in when a suburban couple are killed by a mail bomb. Suspicion immediately falls on the couple's estranged and heavily in debt son, who also just happens to...
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Postal inspectors (Louis Gossett Jr, Jonathan Silverman) investigate a con man (Michael Madsen) who uses the identities of others to falsify credit card purchases. Stealing credit card ... See full summary »
Louis Gossett Jr.,
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As a writer stymied by past success, writers block, substance abuse, relationship problems and a serious set of father issues, Elliott's cracked-out chronicle of a bizarre murder trial ... See full summary »
Scam artists create fake identities by stealing personal information about unsuspecting innocent citizens and ruin the credit of a naieve young married couple. But their crime is quickly ... See full summary »
Les Rayburn Jr.,
U.S Postal Inspectors are called in when a suburban couple are killed by a mail bomb. Suspicion immediately falls on the couple's estranged and heavily in debt son, who also just happens to be a Navy munitions expert. But investigations reveal that he is on the run from a past event in his life that is associated with the bombings. Written by
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The two cops are working for the post office: so what ? This is not different from any low budget TV police serial. The acting is not bad, but the action is low and the story a whole lot of clichés. If I had paid to see it, I would return it to the producer.
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