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Faster than a Speeding Bullet, Crap with Girls: After a freak meteor storm turns postman Bob into a superhero, he must face his greatest challenge: going on his first date in six years. Featuring stellar support from top tier comedic talent, Bob must balance international politics, saving the world and getting the girl.
A really quaint comedy. Brett Goldstein is so watchable. I recently saw him doing stand up in London and he was excellent so was really pleased to see he had the lead in a film.
A heads up for those wanting a marvel/dc actioner this is not it.
The characters, even those with one lines are just brilliant and there is a real warmth and feeling to the film. It reminded me in essence of Hunt for the Wilderpeople. A comedy that doesn't try too hard for laughs and as such achieves even more authentic ones.
Leaves you with a smile on your face.
I just can't believe this didn't get more attention or a wider initial release.
Strangely enough Brett was in "Derek" on the BBC and this does have a similar balance of humour, sentimentality (and I mean that in a positive way) and good natural acting.
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