God Bless America
| Director||Bobcat Goldthwait|
| Music||Matt Kollar|
| Writer||Bobcat Goldthwait|
| Release Date||11-May-2012|
| Cast||Joel Murray, Tara Lynne Barr|
About Movie:- God Bless America is an upcoming comedy film that combines elements of political satire with black comedy. Frank (Joel Murray) has had enough of the downward spiral of American culture, which he sees as overrun with cruelty, stupidity and intolerance. Divorced, recently fired, and possibly terminally ill, Frank truly has nothing left to live for. But instead of taking his own life, he buys a gun and decides to take out his frustration on the cruelest, stupidest, most intolerant people he can imagine—starting with some particularly odious reality television stars. Frank finds an unusual accomplice in a high-school student named Roxy (Tara Lynne Barr), who shares his sense of rage and disenfranchisement, and together they embark on a nation-wide assault on our country’s dumbest, most irritating celebrities.
Movie Review:- God Bless America, is a dark comedy that revolves around a guy named Frank, who has recently lost his job and possibly his sanity. Frank (played by Joel Murray) is recently divorced, has an eight-year-old daughter who doesn't want him in her life because "he's too boring" and was diagnosed with a life-threatening brain tumor. Just as he's about to put the gun to his head and kill himself, he notices a reality TV show on his television. The show features a spoiled teenage girl who throws a royal fit on her 16th birthday when her parents buy her a different expensive car than the one she wanted. That's when Frank officially snaps and decides to take matters into his own hands. Since he no longer has anything to lose, Frank decides that cleaning up America's horrible society will be his last "good deed.
Direction, Performance and Music:- God Bless America has to say is on-target and is presented in such a straightforward, unvarnished fashion that it's impossible to miss the honesty beneath the comedy.
Overall:- This funny, sick twist of social satire is certainly locked and loaded, even if its aim is sometimes off.