Monday, September 15, 2008

An American Carol

Folks who attended the Republican National Convention got a chance to see the premier version of this film which will be in local theaters on Oct. 3rd. It will be a great opportunity to poke fun at the liberals for a change.

Here is what News Max had to say in part:

LOS ANGELES -- "An American Carol" is coming to a theater near you, whether you like it or not.
The zany comedy, which promises to offend Hollywood's liberal sensibilities, will open on 2,000 screens across the United States on Oct. 3, just one month before the presidential election.
It is based loosely on "A Christmas Carol," except that, instead of Ebenezer Scrooge's learning an appreciation for Christmas, a Michael Moore-type filmmaker learns to respect the U.S.A. through visits from the ghosts of George Washington, George Patton and President Kennedy.
The cast includes such right-leaning actors as Kelsey Grammer and Jon Voight. The film was directed, co-written and produced by David Zucker, the filmmaker best known for a couple of "Scary Movie" sequels, as well as "The Naked Gun."

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1 comment:

Denis said...

I can't wait to see this flick! It's about time someone bashed the blowhard of cheap movie making Moore! I'm proud of these actors standing up and making REAL folly of the lot of libs that overrun tinseltown.