Terry Pratchett’s Going Postal – SF Debris

A conman is forced to take over the unenviable job of restoring the post office to working order as part of a plan to deal with problems with the clacks. Lord Vetinari is a harsh master at times.

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Darth Resentus

Oh I remember This movie I’ve never read the book though.

I don’t agree with your assessment in the first few minutes about a step going wrong when they show the Clax working. I have never, still to this day, read the book and I’ve not read any Discworld story that involves the Clax. I’m not even sure I’m spelling it correctly. However, the film did a perfect job letting me know exactly what it is, what it does and how it came about. Perhaps it took a bit longer to get there with a full and detailed explanation, but right from the moment someone requested a message be sent, and… Read more »

That’s unfortunate, as “Going Postal” is my favorite Pratchett book.


Hogfather I think is the best of the live action Discworld adaptations.

But still I prefer this version of Going Postal to the Colour of Magic adaptation, that one just didn’t click with me, neither did reading the books the Colour of Magic and the Light Fantastic.

Mort is and forever will be my favourite Discworld book, although Wyrd Sisters and Guards Guards! come in a close equal second. Mort made me a Discworld fan.


Here’s VidMe:
*plays for 15 seconds.
*pauses for 10 seconds to load more video.
*plays for 15 more seconds.
*pauses for 10 seconds to load more video.
*lather, rinse, repeat.

And no, the download is not taking up a significant amount of my ordinary bandwidth; its just that the VidMe player sucks major ass.