Critic Review - Wall Street Journal

The problem is that the news the story brings may be perfectly accurate, but it isn't particularly original, and it's certainly not what we hunger for in these dispiriting, cynical times.

October 6, 2011 Full Review Source: Wall Street Journal | Comments (8)
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Bartlett P.

Bartlett Pears

I see closet republican reviewer who appears to be afraid of the parallels in this movie.

Oct 6 - 09:11 PM

TomatoGuy

Patrick Theis

Or he is afraid that the movie is not original.

Oct 7 - 10:35 AM

Mike P.

Mike Powers

Boring movie. Seen it 10x before.

Jan 25 - 06:39 PM

tori_live

Kevin Rottentomatoe

@bartlet, if you read Morgenstern, even occasionally, you'd know he's one of the toughest reviewers around and I don't think politics play a big role in his reviews. Dorothy Rabinowitz he is not.

Oct 8 - 12:15 PM

kevinrnash

Kevin Nash

"I want happy and this movie is sad. Therefore it is bad."

Oct 8 - 12:49 AM

Karen Miller

Karen Miller

Heavy-handed and cliched. And no pay off for the audience.

Oct 8 - 10:02 PM

Danny  S.

Danny Scott

yah this movie sucked,like we all know every politician'd s scumbag what else is new.

Oct 12 - 02:04 PM

w@velength

In Your Dreams

So Democrats and Repubs are BOTH corrupt?! Well guess what. I'll take the lesser of two evils any day of the week.

Oct 13 - 10:17 PM

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