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Tom Turner is a con man, defrauding people from their money with a variety of two-bit hustles. One night he makes the mistake of attempting to hustle some undercover cops, and finds himself in court faced with the dilemma of either going to jail or getting a real job. Choosing to stay out of jail, he gets a job at the post office working in their Dead Letter Office helping to sort Dead Letters (i.e. mail which, for whatever reason, can't be delivered). Some of the mail he recieves can't be delivered because it's addressed to God, and he accidentally answers (sending them money in the process). This starts the ball rolling as more of his co-workers get in on the idea of helping people by answering "God" mail.Written by
More thought should have gone into the title for this film. They had to have known it was awful when they were making it. I saw it because I was a fan of Kinnear's from his Talk Soup days. It is absolutely worthless, though, other than one transcendent moment: Rue McClanahan, Blanche from the Golden Girls, is going blind, and her son, Kinnear, makes her feel Coolio's face as a joke. It's not funny. It's just bizarre. 1/10
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