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At Occidental College in 1981, a loner snorts cocaine and smokes marijuana, secretly hoping to one day become someone important. His dream - and much more - comes true when Satan appears, promising the world. There is one caveat, though, as a deal with the Devil requires consideration. In this case, not just the delivery of the young man's soul, but millions more... With an agreement procured, Satan and his new protégé plot, plan and scheme a long term agenda that ultimately ends with the United States presidency, transforming the Earth's greatest democracy into a communist fiefdom, ruled by a ruthless dictator. Written by Anonymous

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Subtle as a brick of coke to the head
3 June 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A good satire should be subtle and scathing, it also helps immensely for a good satire to be funny. So with that in mind, I choose to watch this film with an open mind (which in retrospect is a touch ironic). Opening with a shiftless bum doing blow while the devil and an angel via for his soul as well as a Birther jibe, this movie has all the subtlety of a brick to the face. OK so PJ O'Rourke it is not.

Cut to, an hour and a half later (yes I watched the whole thing and yes I instantly regretted it) I found that not only didn't I laugh once, but I spent most of that time dumbfounded by how inept the movie, interspersed with numerous staged 'man on the streets' interviews, was. I, as a Conservative Libertarian, was rendered speechless. Here was all the ammo that those idiots who say conservatives can't be funny needed. I could site example after example to prove the contrary, and they could point to this film and I'd be forced to say 'shucks you got me' and walk away.


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