Glenn Beck: Unelectable ()

directed by David Stern
featuring Glenn Beck

Show Synopsis

Cable news personality and An Inconvenient Book author Glenn Beck stages a one-man political comedy show live at the Majestic Theater in Dallas, TX, that's equal parts storytelling and standup, offering a no-holds-barred look at life and modern politics. Every year, Beck sets out across the United States on a mini-tour; for those who have never had a chance to see his show in person, this is the perfect chance to find out just what the host of America's third most listened to talk show is really all about. The first half ...

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thoreau

Jan 8, 2009

Starts slow, finishes fast

Glenn appears to be a little bit new at this type of presentation. He seemed a bit nervous at first. The first part was okay, somewhat funny but very sincere. The second half was more of vintage Glenn Beck: funny, entertaining and politically incorrect. Defintely worth the view... assuming you're not a politically correct person. If you are it may offend you. RFG

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