Jon Stewart's new political satire Irresistible is almost too comforting

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Steve Carell, Rose Byrne, and Chris Cooper star in Irresistible, the second feature film written and directed by former Daily Show host Jon Stewart. But its sincere ...

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With Irresistible, Jon Stewart Preaches Toothlessly to the Choir

5 days ago by Vanity Fair

The former Daily Show host's new political satire, starring Steve Carell, Rose Byrne, and Chris Cooper, lacks bite.

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With Irresistible, Jon Stewart Preaches Toothlessly to the Choir
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Jon Stewart's Disappointing New Political Satire Is Hardly 'Irresistible'

5 days ago by NPR

Steve Carell stars as a Democratic strategist running for mayor of a small Midwestern town in a film that feels exasperatingly out of step with the present moment.

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Film review: 'Irresistible' has some laughs — and some groaners ...

5 days ago by Sightlines

Jon Stewart's new political satire, “Irresistible,” is an odd duck. It opens with tidbits from the 2016 presidential election results, showing the reaction of the top ...

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“Irresistible” and “Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga ...

5 days ago by The New Yorker

Is Jon Stewart's new comedy a sendup of big-time political operatives or of small-town America?

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What critics think of Jon Stewart and Steve Carell's 'Irresistible'

5 days ago by Boston.com

What has Jon Stewart been up to since leaving “The Daily Show”? It's been five years since Stewart signed off from the Comedy Central program in order to ...

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Jared Bowen Reviews Jon Stewart's 'Really Charming' Film ...

5 days ago by wgbh.org

The WGBH Executive Arts Editor praised the comedy, which reckons with the absurdity of U.S. politics.

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