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In accordance with the film's strong political theme, the official Internet site used a grassroots pre-publicity marketing strategy. Users on the site, dubbed "American Carolers", could make use of online tools to email friends about the film, network with other fans, etc. Points were given based on participation, and prizes (tickets, posters, etc) were awarded to the highest scorers. The names of the top 16 "Carolers" are on the DVD, in the Bonus Features under "Special Thanks". See more »
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[Accepting an award for a film about McCarthyism]
Thank you. I dedicate this award to all the courageous filmmakers who take on tough issues like, well, McCarthyism, even though it no longer exists. Or like slavery or Nazism, even though they ended too. But you know, evil exists today like, uh, well, Islamic terrorism, but like I'm gonna make *that* movie, right? Like I wanna get beheaded!
[laughs and mimics being beheaded]
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I rarely write reviews, and I almost never vote negatively for films I have seen which were... less than good. But I found myself to be offended at least 10 times by this film in the 25 minutes I was allowed to watch it (my girlfriend made me switch the station during the "college professor" scene).
This movie seems to be the ultimate decider as to whether someone is a conservative or a liberal. I consider myself neither. I think both sides have a lot of work to do. But it seems pretty obvious that if you are a conservative, you will like this movie. If you lean to the left, you will hate it, but the most important thing to take away from this film is that it is a perfect insight into the mind of conservatives. And it is intensely unintelligent. I think this movie was awful, but I would recommend that everyone see it. Conservatives: so that you can confirm that which you already believe, and Liberals: so that you can understand, a little more exactly, how strangely these people think.
I have lost all respect for everyone who participated in this film. It's a shame, too. I loved Chris Farley as a child, and it's sad to see his brother doing this awfully. Kelsey Grammar used to seem intelligent to me. He no longer does. Leslie Nielson probably had no idea what was going on around him while filming this.
I don't even know... I'm just depressed now.
Good luck, Brian
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