Lewis Black: Red, White & Screwed

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Released 2006

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Director:
Paul Miller (I)
Released:
2006
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Lewis Black: Red, White & Screwed is the 2006 concert film of the stand-up comedian's trademark rage-filled rant at politics, politicians and American culture. Lewis Black regularly appears on "The Daily Show," late-night talk shows and Comedy Central roasts of his fellow comedians. He consistently tours the comedy club circuit, having built a loyal following for his observational humor delivered in his trademark intense style. In this 2005 routine, filmed live at the Warner Theatre in Washington D.C., Black skewers both Republicans and Democrats, but holds particular disdain for President George W. Bush and his Vice-President Dick Cheney. Political topics also include the controversies over abortion and frozen embryos. Along with the government, Black also takes on over-the-top reactions to bad language, a comical comparative analysis of Old and New Testament God and even fossils. This performance is the second of Black's HBO specials, which also include "Black on Broadway" and "Taxed Beyond Belief."
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    Comedy

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    Stand Up, Politics