A nameless drifter has to fight against an evil guy in a post-apocalyptic world while he learns to care about other people thanks to a woman he falls for and a youngster he mentors... but enough about WATERWORLD. This movie is about... well, the same thing. Actually, they both have the same actor, they both were made around the same time and they both received more attention from the Razzies than from ticket buyers. What makes this one different (aside from being longer (good God!)) is that this drifter pretends to be the world's last postman and brings people hope. You see, the U.S. Postal Service represents the foundation to re-build the governement and, eventually, society. Why wouldn't it? That would also be true in real life. Mail is the oldest form of communicating with people living in other societies and, since it doesn't have to be technological, it's the only form that's sure to exist until the end of time. I can imagine it. Through a piece of paper, presidents can agree to stop a war... and I'll be able to hold a troll's insult in my hands. Wait, what? Anyway, the evil guy's name is GENERAL BETHLEHEM. The evil guy in a movie about a Christ-like figure is named after the city Jesus was born in? Yeah... Don't expect a lot of subtlety.
The very 1st shot felt like I had just walked in the middle of a montage. The opening credits made it look like a TV movie. Luckily, none of that was an indication of how the rest of the movie is. I mean, I didn't like it, but it's not an incompetent production that makes you say "What were they thinking?!"
It's pretty boring and stupid. Worst movie ever? No but it's worse than mediocre.
You know everything is not an anecdote. You have to discriminate. You choose things that are funny or mildly amusing or interesting. You're a miracle! Your stories have NONE of that. They're not even amusing ACCIDENTALLY! "Honey, I'd like you to meet Del Griffith, he's got some amusing anecodotes for you. Oh and here's a gun so you can blow your brains out. You'll thank me for it."