The New York Post's Lou Lumenick railed against the film's toilet humor and fat jokes, blasted a "spectacularly tasteless scene" in which George Washington (played by Jon Voight) gives Moore a tour of the World Trade Center rubble, and concludes that even Moore's "Sicko" is "far funnier than anything in this desperately laughless farce." The Washington Times wasn't much better, saying that "we're asked to chuckle at routine slapstick far beneath Zucker's best work" that is "all handled with the subtlety of an Ann Coulter column."It made the same amount as Bill Maher's Religulous, but was on three times as many screens. So, what's a right wing idiot like Zucker to do? How about creating a web page to investigate out how all those tickets people bought for his movie disappeared?
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If you have noticed other irregularities with the theatres in your area please let us know in the comment section below. For instance, Rated R film rating (when in fact we are rated PG-13), posters not being up, not being listed on the marquee, image or focus problems, sound issues, etc.
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Why don't you investigate why you are an idiot?