An American Carol (2008)
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"The New David Zucker Comedy, the Director of Airplane!, The Naked Gun, and Scary Movie 3 and 4!"
|The american spirit is celebrated in this outrageous and totally irreverent comedy.|
"It's radical...it's brave...and it's funny! Kathleen Parker, The Washington Post
Editor's NoteDirector David Zucker (AIRPLANE, NAKED GUN) returns to the satire genre with AN AMERICAN CAROL. The political spoof stars Kevin Farley (brother of the late comedian Chris Farley) as Michael Malone, a left-wing documentary filmmaker with a strong likeness to the controversial real-life Michael Moore. The world has long put up with Malone's cynical films and so-called liberal antics. But when he announces his plans to abolish the Fourth of July, the consensus is that he's finally gone too far. Can the three spirits who arrive to haunt Mr. Malone change his stubborn world view? Kelsey Grammer plays one of the three ghosts intent on bringing out Malone's patriotic side through a series of wild adventures filled with celebrity cameos by Gary Coleman, Leslie Nielsen, and Dennis Hopper, to name a few. Malone may still have a loyal fan following, but for this trip he's all on his own. A cross between A CHRISTMAS CAROL and films like SCARY MOVIE, AN AMERICAN CAROL uses ghosts as the main vehicle for its pro-America jokes. Together, the spirits of General Patton, President Kennedy, and President Washington drive the plot of this spoof, which unlike many recent satires, pokes fun at the more liberal end of things.
Cast & Crew
|David Alan Grier|
|Myrna Sokoloff - Screenwriter|
|Brian Baugh - Director of Photography|
|James Venable - Composer|
|Bill O'Reilly - Himself|
|John Shepherd - Producer|
|Stephen McEveety - Producer|
|David Zucker - Screenwriter|
|Lewis Friedman - Screenwriter|
|Gary Coleman - Cameo|
|David Zucker - Director|