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Wednesday, September 10, 2008

An American Carol

In less than a month, the side-splitting, right-thinking, hard-hitting comedy AN AMERICAN CAROL hits theaters nationwide. Finally, a movie for those who love America -- starring Hollywood conservatives Jon Voight, Kelsey Grammer, Dennis Hopper, Robert Davi, and Kevin Farley, and directed by legend David Zucker.

The success of AN AMERICAN CAROL on October 3 depends on you. You may ask, "But what can I do to help?"

Here's two ways that you can have a direct impact on AN AMERICAN CAROL and on Hollywood right now, the right way.

1. Take one minute to join the behind-the-scenes grassroots network of AMERICAN CAROLERS. Invite friends with one click. Watch exclusive clips. And earn points toward amazing prizes - including tickets to the LA premiere party, signed movie memorabilia, and your name on the DVD! It is fun, easy, and will help you spread the word. CLICK HERE: http://myamericancarol.com

2. Mark your calendar for October 3 and buy ten tickets. Opening weekend is the only weekend that matters in Hollywood; it is election day for movies. Your movie ticket is your vote for AN AMERICAN CAROL!
BE HEARD OCTOBER 3!
http://www.americancarol.com/

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dennis Hopper is a busy man of late. He seems to have a lot of films coming out and events to attend. I just got his voice on my GPS from Navtones.com. Is there anything this man can’t do?

Anonymous said...

ROBERT DAVI HAS LONG BEEN ONE OF THE VOICES FOR CONSERVATIVES...CHECK OUT THE NEWSMAX STORY THEY DID ON HIM SEVERAL YEARS AGO ,,HE IS ON THE COVER WITH JOHN McCAIN ,,,WHILE WATCHING THE CONVENTION I WAS BLOWN AWAY BY HIS NARRATION... I'LL GO SEE ANYTHING TO SUPPORT THIS COURAGEOUS ACTOR

Anonymous said...

What bugs me is that the previews don't make it look like a satire, more like insult comedy. I suppose it could be funny, it just seems like their taking what could be an interesting premise and taking the easy route. Moore is a fun target and a common one, but this seems less like satire aimed at him and more like an infinite loop of him falling down a flight of stairs.

Anonymous said...

See Bill Maher's RELIGULOUS instead it's really is great. And the reviewer's agree. I saw it last night in Los Angeles and consider myself religous and I wasn't offended.