|It took forever, but I finally rented it. I live in Ann Arbor and my neighborhood Blockbuster has had 16 copies continuously rented all this time. (I always thought my neighborhood was more conservative, and maybe it is, and this just underscores that.) I agree that the movie makes fun of just about everyone. So, you'd better have a thick skin if you want to watch it.|
My favorite line was the F.A.G. actor who said that they would influence the world by reading newspapers and repeating what they read on tv as if it were their own opinions.
I did not see the parodies of Muslims as being parodies of Muslims per se but rather as parodies of Hollywood war movie bad guys. I noticed that Michael Moore had food on his shirt. I thought that was a nice touch. Also, the credits disclaim any involvement by Alex Baldwin, Martin Sheen, Sean Penn, et alia inter alia. I thought the sex was funny and the puppet sex was interesting. As soon as the one guy was asked the other guy why he did not trust actors, I knew where that was going, but I never would have thought of the gorillas. That was pretty good.
All in all, I judge the movie to be politically neutral, as much anti-left as anti-right. It is a parody. Once is enough.
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