Irresistible takes everything we love and hate about politics at the national level while moving the focus down to the local level. In this well-meaning comedy, writer/director Jon Stewart, former host of The Daily Show, reteams with former correspondent Steve Carell. Stewart is no stranger to politics so it comes as no surprise that he’s made a satire on the subject. This is the type of film that hits it on the money and this…"Irresistible: Jon Stewart Is No Stranger to Satire"
While the film is set in the early 1970s, BlacKkKlansman isn’t shy when it comes to its sharp satirical commentary. All Ron Stallworth wanted to do since he was a child was to become a police officer. Typically, this would not appear to be a problem for someone wishing to join the force. There’s just one minor problem: he’s a person of color. The question asked of him by Chief Bridges (Robert John Burke) and…"BlacKkKlansman Offers Sharp Commentary"