Thanks to Apple.com, we now know about the existence of the new comedy directed by "the master of movie satire" David Zucker, called "An American Carol."
This laughable waste of filmstock is evidently modern day telling of the classic "A Christmas Carol," except it lampoons documentary filmmaker Michael Moore. Michael Malone (clever), played by Chris Farley's brother Kevin, wants to abolish the fourth of July holiday, and apparently he gets visited by country music superstar Trace Atkins, General George Patton, (Kelsey Grammer) and George Washington (Jon Voight). Voight's career has been in the toilet for some time now after "SuperBabies: Baby Geniuses 2" and "Bratz," but he clogs the toilet with this silly looking turd. Maybe he will reprise his role as Bill Biscane in "Baby Geniuses 3" (Seriously, it actually exists.)
Also, does this mean "Top Secret" was meant to be taken seriously and not as a farce?