The Film Version Of "Clinton Cash" To Have Its U.S. Debut In Philly On The Eve Of The DNC

The Breitbart-approved Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich was a 2015 bestseller despite it being riddled with errors and inaccuracies. Nevertheless, the preferred reading of Fox News-inspired book clubbers everywhere is being turned into a film, one that none-too-surprisingly will have its U.S. debut in Philadelphia on July 24th -- the night before the DNC. Sick burn, yo. The director is one M.A. Taylor, a person whose only previous IMDB credits include Hype: The Obama Effect and Hillary: The Movie, so this isn't exactly Scorsese going from The Last Temptation of Christ to Goodfellas. Will the premiere have its apparently intended effect of sucking some of the spotlight away from Hillary Party 2016? We're going to go to our Magic 8 Ball and get an outlook not so good. As of this writing, no details of where this will screen in Philly. Might we suggest the alleyway next to the Center City Applebee's by the Gold Club? That feels like an appropriately spot for the debut of a dank footnote in modern political cinema.