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  1. #1 An American Carol 
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    Does anybody plan to see this movie? My daughter and I went to see this today and we enjoyed it very much. :D:D:D It kept everyone laughing in the theater. I cannot stand that scumbag Michael Moore and those hollyweird looney tunes so it was refreshing to see something that finally takes a shot at the left.
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    I hope it does well but I am not a big fan of "silly". I imagine my family will go. Farley's brother (the Moore character) was on several talk shows today.
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    I'm looking forward to it. I won't see it for probably another 2 weeks, but I will definitely go see it.
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    My husband and I are going to see it. We've been look forward to it for a while.
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    Let me see, a movie where Michael Moore Malone gets bitch slapped every few minutes?

    Yeah, I'm in. :D
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    O'Reilly wrote a column about it

    Bill O'Reilly :: Townhall.com Columnist
    The Culture War at the Movies

    This week marks the opening of two highly charged movie comedies. The first, "Religulous," is a Borat-style journey starring Bill Maher that is designed to demonstrate that anyone who believes in God is a total moron. The second, "An American Carol," is a slapstick satire that pokes fun at the far left. Director David Zucker, who did the "Airplane" movies, mocks Michael Moore, Rosie O'Donnell and other liberal enthusiasts. Full disclosure: I have a small part in "Carol."
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    Horry Clap!

    It's actually being run in THREE seperate theaters in the Peoples Republik Of Madison! :eek:

    I may take the wife to see this tonight! :)
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    I am annoyed. It isn't showing in my regular theatre. Still, I'm going to see it.
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    Not showing within an hour of me either. Shame 'cause this is Red country.
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    Two words:

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    Of course I will be seeing it, if it ever comes to this town
    I smile because I don't know what the heck is going on.
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