Movie Review: God Bless America (2011), An Absurd and Hilarious Satire

Have you ever had one of those days where everything has gone wrong? Your neighbors are rude, your daughter is a spoiled brat, you get fired, and then you find out you have an inoperable brain tumor. Never had one of those? Well Frank Murdoch has, in the political satire “God Bless America”, written and directed by Bobcat Goldthwait. The movie is about Frank Murdoch, a divorced middle-aged man living in a little apartment in Syracuse, who is tired of living in a society that has no true values. He doesn’t just sit around and complain, he takes action – extreme action, by killing the people that spread and poison society. Don’t worry though, he doesn’t do it alone. Along the way he meets Roxy, a misunderstood teenager that hates today’s society just as much as Frank. This movie is perfect for people with a dark sense humor and a distaste for modern-day society. It has plenty of blood and gore, and fantastic wit that keeps it fun. Though it is a comedy, God Bless America emphasizes how mean and rude people have become and how little people care about what’s going on in the world around them. It is definitely worth watching for so many reasons; so check it out, you might just fall in love!

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