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A mockumentary satire about American politics, religion, Hollywood, health food nuts... and reality shows! Ron and Laura Grawsill, a conservative suburban couple from Bakersfield California, decide to star in their own reality show about their activism! After seeing 24-hour cable news coverage of a national health food controversy, Ron and Laura join the movement to take their country back from the Euro Union Conspiracy! But, when they run into their son Brian with a mysterious new friend at a demonstration, the culture wars land right in their own backyard! Written by
Janice Markham and Mel England
The movie does not even live up to it's synopsis. I agree with the review in the Village Voice which says: "There's only one joke here GOP voters are bigoted, Stars and Stripeswearing clowns and it's handled with the sort of blunt, bludgeoning mean-spiritedness that it slams them for peddling. Equating volume with humor, England and Markham stage their material with maximum amounts of hysterical screaming, all of it leading to climactic health-care-centric irony that's so simplistic even Michael Moore would have been too embarrassed to include it." When a movie does not even come up to the entertainment level of it's simple synopsis, you have wasted 90 minutes of your valuable time.
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