Jon Stewart’s Irresistible skipped the theater — now you can stream it at home
Remember the movie theater? Me neither, mostly. When all amphitheater-style COVID-incubators closed this spring, Hollywood made some tough calls and began releasing movies on streaming services instead of waiting for theatrical releases. John Stewart’s political comedy Erasable has received only one direct-to-digital treatment.
Looks unique, on paper. John Stewart, everyone’s favorite make-news news anchor, directs this story about a jammed campaign manager (Steve Carell) who turns a politically naive former military candidate (Chris Cooper) into Republican mayor (Brent Sexton) Red strongly helps to walk in the small town. . It should be right in John Stewart’s Wheelhouse, but the initial reviews have not been particularly flattering.
Still, it can be a fun diversion from real politics. But before you take out your credit card, keep in mind that it is $ 20 to rent everywhere. This is a bit expensive, so you can wait for the price to come down. Still eager to go? Here are all the ways you can see it now:
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