I am thinking about bringing some of my kids this weekend to see it, but I am very careful about what they are exposed to in movies and TV. Can you tell me why the movie carries a PG-13? Was there any swearing? How about sex/nudity? (I assume that there is no violence to speak of. If there is and it happens to the Michael Moore character, that would be ok.)
Oh, and there’s the protest rally where Malone can’t stop the protesters from chanting insipid slogans! Chanting insipid
slogans! Chanting...or the Col. Univ speech where Malone is
to speak, only he’s upstaged by professors who reveal why they spread their lefty politics to their students: so they can relive their glory days of “1968”! (Think “Hair”...)
My guys are camping with the scouts this weekend...and I’m going to see this! Thanks for the review!
GO SEE THIS MOVIE, HOLLYWOOD REVIEWERS ON RT DID NOT EVEN RATE IT ON THEIR SITE....THEY ARE TRYING TO SQUASH US.
What makes this movie PG-13? Is it just cussing? Or is it sex stuff? I’ve got an 11 and 14 year old daughters I’d like to take. I don’t trust the rating systwm.
Thanks for the review. My wife and I are planning to see it this Sunday. Freepers, if you want to see more conservative-themed movies coming out of Hollywood, buy a ticket for An American Carol, and hopefully it will be a big success.
Going in about an hour and twenty minutes. I’ll buy ten tickets, if there’s any left :-)
Thanks! I really, really need a good giggle :)
Going with the whole family on Saturday. Thanks for the review.
Rush was talking about this movie in the first hour of his show today. He urged people to go see it because a lot of people have their necks stuck out on this movie. Should it flop, some conservative people in Hollywood, both in front of and behind the camera might have trouble working in the future.
Needs to get on Pay Per View. In the boonies, we won’t get it in our theaters til 2010.
This site shows the first 10 minutes of the movie:
Wait for the very end of the ten minutes. The language is a little rough but is a riot anyway.
I’m going to see this tonight...can’t wait.
I’m taking my gf’s sons and my LITTLE BROTHER (Big Brother volunteer here) to it tonight. It looks funny!!
Saw the flick and it was AWESOME!!!
It was very un-politcally correct, so the far-left will be all sorts of crying and whining about it!!!
Definitely, a must see movie!!!!!
We’re out the door to see it right now!
I hope you stayed through the credits.
The movie was an emotional whipsaw. It was funny, but then dead serious. I’d have to see it again. I know I missed stuff because of my hearing.
I just got back. I give it a 5 out of 10.
The first 10 seconds of the movie are worth the price of admission. I won’t ruin the joke. I loved the topic and a few of the Zucker gags, but there were at least five different periods of five minutes that didn’t even make me chuckle.
Kelsey Grammar made a good Patton and Dennis Hopper as a judge shooting ACLU zombies was priceless. Robert Davi as the head terrorist was excellent. He makes a great villain.
My recommendation: Buy the ticket and laugh like hell at the beginning and again during the Trace Adkins concert; chuckle a few times during the middle and get extra butter on the popcorn.
We went to the 5:20 pm showing after work in Springfield, Missouri. The theater was packed, cept for the front row.
I felt like I was watching a movie with my Freeper peeps!
Before the movie started, there was a short Kid Rock/Dale Earnhardt video about the National Guard to the song “Citizen Warrior.” (I think that’s the title). The entire audience clapped for it.
My guess is the projectionist is a liberal, cuz the film broke four times and the audio was screwed up. Coincidence? I think not.
The movie was funny, but it was also very moving in some places. It showed NO MERCY on liberals...the funniest parts were about college campuses and the ACLU.
Here’s the best reasons to see it: It will make you feel good sitting in a theater with a bunch of other conservatives watching something we’d never thought we’d see: A film that celebrates America, the REAL America.
The audience applauded for several minutes when it was over.
Go see it. You’ll feel good and the people who made this film deserve our support.