God Bless America review

“When’s the last time you had a real conversation?” asks Frank (Joel Murray) during a five-minute tirade against reality TV, the media and society at large.

Sick of the moronic masses, he flies into action mode with disillusioned teen Roxy (Tara Lynne Barr), popping caps in the skulls of middle-Americans he deems unfit to live.

It’s the kind of cuckoo premise that director Bobcat Goldthwait ( World’s Greatest Dad ) excels at but, after a bracingly dark opening (dead-baby alert!), GBA soon loses its edge, shying away from really testing Frank’s commitment to his outrageous mission.

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