This Land (2004)

  |  Animation, Musical, Comedy


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The cut-out heads of George W. Bush and John Kerry alternate singing verses and choruses of a partisan political version of Woody Guthrie's "This Land Is Your Land." Bush and Kerry trade ... See full summary »


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12 August 2004 | EvasiveApollo03
10
| This Land is made for you and Me.
I must admit in the past years I've only seen a few good cartoons mostly Disney Animated Films or The Tripelets of Belleville.But however out of all those this is the best.This short is about John Kerry and George Bush having a Rap Battle type sing off by singing to the song This Land.Now there hasn't been a good animated short since A Close Shave(1995) which makes this film the best in 10 years.Unfortunately the idiots working at the Oscars won't probably even bother nominating this due to mocking Bush and Kerry.This has a lot of Funny Moments but I don't want to spoil it so I'll let you see it for yourself.I just hope that somewhere there's an internet Film Awards and that this gets a nomination in it because it is indeed a classic.

Overall 10/10 equals to *****/5

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