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"You Dumb F*ck": Uwe Boll Responds To Wired's Postal Review

Uwe Boll isn't happy with Wired's review of Postal. Wired attended the US premiere of the game-to-movie director's latest film and didn't find it especially funny. Boll, in turn, doesn't find their review especially funny. Here's the email Wired receieved yesterday evening:

"chris
your review shows me only that you dont understand anything about movies and that you are a untalented wanna bee filmmaker with no balls and no understanding what POSTAL is. you dont see courage because you are nothing. and no go to your mum and f*ck her ...because she cooks for you now since 30 years ..so she deserves it.
people like you are the reason that independent movies have no chance anymore.
uwe boll
PS: POSTAL is R RATED . The MPAA understood the satire -- you not -- you dumb f*ck"

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AznSniper3600d ago

He would be a funny fanboy

ShiftyLookingCow3600d ago

imagine him as a wii fanboy put in Boogie ad, that would be very funny

bym051d3600d ago

Uwe Boll speaks as well as his movies are written.

JCDenton3600d ago

Well said, indeed! Here, have a bubble! ;)

VirusE3600d ago

He is a very interesting guy..... Self deluded but interesting none the less.

Ju3600d ago

that he wrote this email. Don't we need to get some prove before someone posts an email without header and trace log on a website ? (I'm just wondering. I have no idea what the movie is about). Strange world...

mccomber3600d ago

"I want to be clear as crystal on our procedure in this case:

Wired magazine's fact checker confirmed that this came from the email address of record for Uwe Boll.

Then, the editor of Wired News' security blog examined the email headers and found no evidence that the address was spoofed.

Posted by: Chris Kohler | Aug 14, 2007 11:08:29 AM"

zerolinkgannon3600d ago

Mr. Boll, you didn't spell “bee” right. Its “be”. Just wanted to clear that up ok. Thanks

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