Cashing In On Faith, Tragedy and Sweaters

by
Abby Zimet

Glenn Beck might finally have something to cry about. His new movie The Christmas Sweater - A Return To Redemption, sold
just 17 tickets in New York, 17 in Boston and 30 in Washington. It's
something about a sweater, or as Gawker puts it, "the confession of a
damaged depressive masquerading as a heart-warming hacky Xmas tale that
has no moral besides 'be nice to mom or she will die but she won't
really die but yes she will.' He cries in it.

"This is my story," Beck says at the start. "This is YOUR story."

Actually, not.

 

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