Vivendi Entertainment | Release Date: October 3, 2008
5.5
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Mixed or average reviews based on 224 Ratings
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TateM.Oct 6, 2008
I gave this a 6 because I live overseas and will probably have to rent to movie to see it and didn't want to alter the score. However, I would like to point out the disparity between those who scored it highly and those who scored it I gave this a 6 because I live overseas and will probably have to rent to movie to see it and didn't want to alter the score. However, I would like to point out the disparity between those who scored it highly and those who scored it lowly... Most of the user comments which have scored it lowly have not seen the movie. If you discount those scores, the user score would be much high; in stark contrast to the critics' score. In fact, I think this is the largest discrepancy I have seen between the two scores. I wonder who has the bone to pick? Expand
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ChrisCOct 2, 2008
It's so cute how the republicans are finally trying to do satire too. The democrats have presented them as ridiculous strawman stereotypes for years, and finally they're doing the same right back. (Of course, people who aren't It's so cute how the republicans are finally trying to do satire too. The democrats have presented them as ridiculous strawman stereotypes for years, and finally they're doing the same right back. (Of course, people who aren't Bill O'Reilly can tell the difference between hating America and just thinking it has problems that need to be fixed, but hey.) Expand
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DennisCOct 3, 2008
Unlike those who were invited to private screenings (not exactly a subjective bunch), I paid to see this film and it misses more often than it hits. While South Park has managed to bring a conservative spin on broad humor it's never Unlike those who were invited to private screenings (not exactly a subjective bunch), I paid to see this film and it misses more often than it hits. While South Park has managed to bring a conservative spin on broad humor it's never lost sight of the overall hypocracy on both sides of the political aisle and virtually everyone is a target. This film fails on that count in that there's but a single target (the left) and Zucker seems to have forgotten what satire is. Most on the right will love it, the left will despise it and those with a more subjective view will walk away realizing they what they watched was a political diatribe that's a bit short on laughs. Expand
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LindaL.Oct 6, 2008
This has some bits that are pretty funny to those open to a conservative point of view (which certainly would exclude most of those in the media, including reviewers). However, it really doesn't hang together. The structure was not very This has some bits that are pretty funny to those open to a conservative point of view (which certainly would exclude most of those in the media, including reviewers). However, it really doesn't hang together. The structure was not very well thought out, with a narrative by Leslie Nielson layered on top of the "Christmas Carol" motif. Farley is good as the amusing Michael Moore character. Expand
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JayHDec 19, 2008
You never know how these spoofs are going to be, sometimes they are great, sometimes they are like this movie and simply don't work. I will admit, Chris Farley does an awesome job as Michael Moore.
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