The Inspectors (1998)

  • Year: 1998
  • Released: 20 Sep 1998
  • Country: United States, Canada
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  • Language: English
  • MPA Rating: Not Rated
  • Genre: Crime, Mystery
  • Runtime: 105 min
  • Writer: Bruce Zimmerman
  • Director: Brad Turner
  • Cast: Louis Gossett Jr., Jonathan Silverman, Tobias Mehler
  • Keywords: criminal investigation, terroriste,

The Inspectors Storyline

U.S Postal Inspectors are called in when a suburban couple are killed by a mail bomb. Suspicion immediately falls on the couple’s estranged and heavily in debt son, who also just happens to be a Navy munitions expert. But investigations reveal that he is on the run from a past event in his life that is associated with the bombings.—John Sacksteder

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The Inspectors Movie Reviews

Better than expected

I’ve long admired the work and professionalism of the U.S. Postal Inspectors Service and was happy to see them showcased in a film featuring such a top talent. I was also afraid that it would come out of Hollywood as your basic bit of brainless showbiz supercops nonsense. What an enjoyable relief to find my fears groundless. This film portrays solid, realistic, believable and honestly likeable characters doing their jobs in one of the worlds finest and least-known law enforcement services. The writing is solid, the direction crisp and the performances first-rate. Highly recommended.

Suspenseful and very well-made

This one is well above the usual standard for a TV-movie. The plot, involving the investigation by two postal inspectors (Gossett, Jr. and Silverman) following a mail-bombing. The performances are outstanding and very believable, and are able to create a great deal of genuine suspense in the otherwise formula plot. Louis Gossett, Jr. is great as always, and Jonathan Silverman not only supplies some enjoyable comic relief, but shows a surprisingly effective flair for drama. All in all, a very suspenseful and extremely well-made movie. I suggest you give it a look.

The Inspectors- Murder On the Mail Express ***1/2

Well done film with great chemistry between Lou Gossett, a veteran postal inspector and a newcomer Jonathan Silver, who is taken under the wing by Gossett.

When a man is killed instantly after opening a package and his wife is critically injured in the blast, the blame shifts to their son. Irony ensues when it’s discovered that not only is the son innocent, but he was the intended victim.

Gossett, an experienced investigator, uses every trick to unravel this excellent who-done-it mystery.

Of course, it’s hard to believe that bomb preparation could be done by inmates in jail but the picture is quite good so ignore that problem.