REVIEW – It’s a Wonderful Life re-released in a new edition, digitally altered to take into account Donald Trump’s victory.
Released seventy years ago, It’s a Wonderful is a delightful life affirming comedy directed by Frank Capra. However, it has been digitally edited to more accurately reflect the USA under the impending presidency of Donald Trump.
The Frank Capra comedy tells the story of Mr. Potter (Lionel Barrymore), a kindly avuncular capitalist. Libtard George Bailey (James Stewart) attacks Mr. Potter’s smart business practices unfairly. When Low Energy George – a loser – screws up his own business, embezzling funds some people say, he decides to commit suicide. Which he does. Very sad.
Finally, Mr. Potter kicks out the garlic eaters, and renames Bedford Falls Potterville as Mr. Potter wins biggley, taking over the old Savings and Loan. He knocks down all the low cost housing and makes a golf course. Here, Mr. Potter’s Russian friend Vladimir Rasputin helps him a great deal.