Throughout the film, George W. Bush is portrayed as a fiery president who seemed to do whatever he wanted, but deep down was very sympathetic to the American way of life. The film basically is like a book on his life, starting out in his early years, as he attended Harvard Law School, then as Governor of Texas, culminating as President and the various tasks and decisions that he was faced with. ...
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In conclusion, the level of comedical genius in “You’re Welcome America” is unparalleled, with Will Ferrell proving his worth, turning something so political and not really funny into a masterpiece. I feel like if I was able to tell people what the jest of the jokes were while watching people would appreciate the play a bit more than if they didn’t know anything about it. Overall though this is a great Broadway adaption from nothing pretty much, and Will Ferrell really solidifies his role as one of the world’s funniest actors and comedians at the same time. Looking back, America was a good place and we were pretty safe after 9/11, it was great looking back on those eight years of his presidency, and we can only hope the next president can deliver something special again.
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