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Old 2012-02-20, 13:40   Link #1
killer3000ad
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HBO Game Change (that movie about Sarah Palin)



I must say Julianna Moore does look the part along with Ed Harris as McCain. But we didn't really need HBO to make a movie about it to know that you can see Russia from Alaska. The real Sarah Palin said so!
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Old 2012-02-21, 11:11   Link #2
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Oh, Hollywood. You can make anything seem dramatic. What the heck is the plot? "Woman gets nominated for vice Presidential candidate and loses the election?" Um, spoiler alert...we already know that. And why is it titled "Game Changer"? The only way Palin changed the game is that she has more books and movies and media coverage than anyone else. She's a politician because she wants to be a celebrity. And guess what? It apparently worked.

I don't have any desire to watch this, but I will agree with you that the actors look a lot like their real-life counterparts. It's rather remarkable how close they could get the resemblance.
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Old 2012-02-21, 12:39   Link #3
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Rofl. I am definitely watching this.
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