Myra is a trusted courier for drug-lord Anton. When she wants to retire, Anton plans to make sure her retirement is very permanent; as in dead. While on her last drop, she learns of his ... See full summary »
An attractive couple in their early 20's, Holly and Calvin arrive in the Big Apple fresh from Iowa. They are optimistic, naive and eager to succeed as actors. However, they find the path to... See full summary »
David Eric Brenner
Melissa Joan Hart,
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I laughed till I cried,, I loaned the DVD to a buddy and he did too. I worked for the post office once, and there are lots of inside jokes and characters that are just the way I remember the place. Btw: Postal killings never happened in Canadian post office like in the US. The Canadian Postal union is very strong and stands up to management and workers are paid a fair wage. I understand that the US Postal Service was obligated to hire Vietnam Vets,,combine that with abusive management and guns that any idiot can buy and you have the frame work for this movie. US gun culture has always looked pretty funny to Canadians. Michael Moore's Bowling is just as funny as Postal Worker. I look forward to seeing his 9/11,, that won Cannes. Moore's cartoon Making of America is another funny one,, (try downloading it).
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