Movie review: Jon Stewart’s political comedy ‘Irresistible’ falls flat
There’s little that grabs you, inspires you or entertains you. His calling is, and has always been, punditry. We get a taste of that during the closing credits via a snippet of an interview he conducts with Trevor Potter in which the former Federal Election Commission chairman discusses the dangerous flaws in how we choose our representatives in Washington and state capitals. No surprise, it’s the best thing in the movie — and the scariest. It instills the level of rage the previous 90 minutes failed to stir.
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