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Topics: Movies, John McCain

Tuesday, 18 March 2008

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Film poster for "No Cuntry Fo Ole Man"

In the first ever politico-erotic diatribe dicku-drama in film history, Michael Moore and the Coen Broes have collaborated on "High-Priced Hoes: No Cuntry fo Ole Man".

The film is a mélange of images, at first, dealing with the million dollars madams industry recently spritzed into the headlines by Eliot "I wuz much more than a Gropenator" Spritzer. But soon, it turns into a denunciation of Warlord, "Son of Cain" McCain's support of worst president ever GW Bush's five-year fiasco in Iraq.

The soundtrack from has-been Snoop dawg is being proclaimed as the re-erection of the limpest rapster since clock-sportin Masta-Blasta.

Sex Seed of the NY Observer observed: "More of Moore I thought I couldn't take but with the Coen Broes aboard I'll sail this vessel and call it The Sloopy Seconds of John McC."

In an unprecedented development, the new film is already in development for a Broadway musical.

Appropriately the score is being collaborated on by every decrepit washed-up rock star from the Beach Boys to Mick Jagger. Ben Brantree of the Times sees a winner here: "It's a guaranteed success with the baby boomers who are now 95% of the US population since everyone else is so busy text messaging they don't have time for ahem, ahem!"

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