Hopefully this will open the door to the mocking of the left's excesses. The lunacy and ridiculousness of liberals is a goldmine just waiting to be extracted.
Between this story and McCain's recent commercials mocking Obamalama, I wonder if a trend is starting.
It’s great to finally see some signs of intelligence in Hollywood. I can’t wait for the film to come out. I never go to the movies, but I will go to this one.
posted on 08/02/2008 8:37:43 AM PDT
(That's short for Alabama, not Obama)
Thanks for posting this. Everyone should take the time to read the article. It made me a little bit hopeful that there are some in Hollywood that actually still love this country and are not ashamed to go out on a limb to say it. As is mentioned in the article -- why should stating patriotism for the US put you out on a limb, anyway?
On the lighter side, from the article:
In the film, a rotund comedian named Rosie O'Connell makes an appearance on The O'Reilly Factor to promote her documentary, The Truth About Radical Christians. O'Reilly shows a clip, which opens with a pair of priests walking through an airport--as seen from pre-hijacking surveillance video--before boarding the airplane. Once onboard, they storm the cockpit using crucifixes as their weapon of choice. Next the documentary looks at the growing phenomenon of nuns as suicide bombers, seeking 72 virgins in heaven. A dramatization shows two nuns, strapped with explosives, board a bus to the cries of the other passengers. "Oh, no! Not the Christians!" O'Connell's work ends with a warning about new threats and the particular menace of the "Episcopal suppository bomber."
That is funny...
posted on 08/02/2008 9:13:42 AM PDT
(Vote Obama and make Michelle proud for once...)
“If this doesn’t work,” McEveety deadpans, “I won’t have a company.”
McEveety doesn’t have to worry. This movie sounds GREAT. I can’t wait. Where do I buy tickets?
posted on 08/02/2008 9:33:59 AM PDT
If he does pull this of, the left will never work in that town again. Look what they did to Mel Gibson and Bruce Willis. Obviously he's getting ready to retire.
I am sincerely hoping this will open up Hollywood to more films that vilify the left. It's long over due.
posted on 08/02/2008 10:09:11 AM PDT
(MAINE: Come in and get taxed)
Zucker's latest movie, An American Carol, is unlike anything that has ever come out of Hollywood. It is a frontal attack on the excesses of the American left from several prominent members of a growing class of Hollywood conservatives. Until now, conservatives in Hollywood have always been too few and too worried about a backlash to do anything serious to challenge the left-wing status quo.
posted on 08/02/2008 12:31:45 PM PDT
(Dean of Discipline of the Tomas de Torquemada Gentlemen's Club)
David Alan Grier plays a slave in a scene designed to show Malone what might have happened if the United States had not fought the Civil War. As Patton explains to a dumbfounded Malone that the plantation they are visiting is his own, Grier thanks the documentarian for being such a humane owner. As they leave, another slave, played by Gary Coleman, finishes polishing a car and yells "Hey, Barack!" before tossing the sponge to someone off-camera.
posted on 08/03/2008 7:51:21 AM PDT
("[Obama acts] as if the very idea of permanent truth is passe, a form of bad taste"-Shelby Steele)
From someone who usually goes to 1 to 2 movies per year (Narnia, Lord of the Rings is about it recently), I can not wait for this film. I hope it does very big box office.
Great to see all of these actors taking a bit of a risk too, just by appearing in the film. By the way, I saw a few pictures of Kevin Farley on the set, and boy, as he a dead ringer for Michael Moore!
posted on 08/03/2008 12:41:43 PM PDT
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