Having seen a preview for this movie I knew that I had to watch it. The movie is "God Bless America" IMDB - Post
This film tells the story of Frank, a down on his luck average over 30 american. Frank (who is played by Joel Murray) is in quite the down spot when we meet him. Laying in his bed in his apartment you hear a screaming child and two people yelling at the TV. There is a scene here that is a bit over the top but thankfully it is shot in a way that doesn't over dramatize it. On his way to work we find out that he is divorced and that his 10 year old daughter wants nothing to do with him. Once he makes it to work he flirts a little with the secretary and loans her a book to read. This seems not much more than inocent office banter. However we find out that the secretary has filed a sexual harassment charge against him and Frank gets fired because of it.
Now that Frank has no job, no family, and white trash neighbors who have no respect for his privacy Frank gets out his gun and decides to end his life. Contemplating his suicide he is staring at the TV when a horrible reality show comes on. He is watching Chloe, a spoiled teenage girl who has rich parents that buy her anything she wants. The parents buy her a brand new reliable car and she is pissed it isn't an Escalade. Frank suddenly has a revelation, this girl must die. She is not a good person, she is selfish and has a bad temper that she can't control.
We cut to a scene of Frank sitting in the woods waiting for Chloe to get out of school when Roxy stumbles upon him. Roxy (as played by Tara Lynne Barr) thinks that he is a stalker pedophile and calls him such as she heads into school. Later when Chloe is getting in her car Frank handcuffs her to the steering wheel and stuffs a rag in the gas tank and lights it on fire. The rag falls out of the gas tank and he tries to grab it and stuff it back into the gas tank when Chloe's friends show up. Faced with a tough decision he simply shoots her in the head and runs off.
On his way back to his car he finds Roxy watching him. She asks if he just killed Chloe which of course he says yes he did. At this point Roxy totally asks to come with Frank so they can kill more idiots who deserve to die. This pretty much starts their killing spree which is equal parts serious and humor. I'm sure that many of the people that they kill are based on real people. There are some I recognize and many others I do not.
The movie is absolutely amusing to watch. There are a few awkward moments between Frank and Roxy I could live without. Although I attribute this to her being so wrapped up in the adventure she is just throwing caution to the wind. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who isn't squeamish about blood and guts, and loves a good comedy action film.
For the above reasons I am rating this film four and a half smiley Mike heads.
There was a moment at the end that kinda upset me. It seemed thrown in and not well thought out, if it wasn't for this I would have given it five smiley Mike heads.