Game Change

Game Change

Based on the book by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin, Game Change focuses on the Republican run of the 2008 Presidential election, when candidate John McCain picks a relative unknown, Alaskan governor Sarah Palin, to be his running mate. As the campaign kicks into high gear, her lack of experience, in both political and media savvy, becomes a drain upon McCain and his strategists. Directed by Jay Roach, who previously directed the HBO film Recount and the Austin Powers movies, Game Change premiered on HBO on March 10th, 2012.

Its about the politics of race in the 2008. Steve Schmidt is a famous strategist and he wants to find a " game changer" to make new things. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Game Change torrent reviews

Angela C (fr) wrote: I love Jon Hamm so it was worth the watch for me. I like Zach too. There were some funny moments. Not horrible not great.

August S (gb) wrote: Right at your door was a realistic view in an apocalyptic scenario, made even more real with the unknown actors' great performances.

Jessica C (es) wrote: now i wanna check out the mini tv series.. fancy the British accent again!

TROY (ru) wrote: Totally Fun to Watch! Great documentary on the greatest off-road race in the world, The Score Tecate Baja 1000

C J (gb) wrote: This movie should be placed in solitary confinement.

Mloy X (mx) wrote: In a word.........awkward. Liam Neeson is normally very dashing and charismatic (I love him and all but he was all wrong for the part) and Sandra Bullock is irresistably bubbly sweet but together they just didn't have chemistry. And the person who thought that it would be romantic to roll around in steer manure sadly has never planted a damn thing in his/her or life! Gross. There is nothing sexy about cow poop. Seriously, gross. Have you ever had a whiff of that crap (yes, pun intended)? The story is somewhat alright, even the low-brown bathroom humor and the twist in the end was good, but rest of film just didn't hold together..... Oliver Platt was the best thing in this film (hilarious!) but other than that, this film was just odd and not in a good way.

Steve W (ag) wrote: Forces of Nature isn't a very deep film. It isn't fluff, and it's isn't unimaginative either. Sandra Bullock in her role as Sara, who stars opposite Ben Affleck was aptly cast. I can't pick a better actress for the part, and the things that pop out of her mouth are unexpected and just plain funny. Yes, there's a little bit of drama involved, but overall, it's a comedy like Planes, Trains, and Automobiles. Overall, not a bad film. I wouldn't consider it Bullock's best, but it's definitely not her worst either. If you're looking for a light-hearted, plot packed, rainy day movie to watch, then this is the movie for you.

Cary C (gb) wrote: A little known gem, beautifully filmed, acted and scored. An emotional rollercoaster that reduces me almost to stifled sobbing tears every time. Worth watching for the final two or three astonishing minutes alone. Tragic beauty full of symbolism, a work about prejudice of several kinds, primarily about poor Simon - he who adapts to rejection by creating bizarre little ways to get his own back and arouse supersitious fear. Beneath all that posturing is a good heart, but will his people be wise enough to see it?Highly recommended if you like the unusual. The film speed is pushed and flickers at times to great atmospheric effect too, so it is definitely an artistic creation to be admired. In amongst it all is Rutger Hauer's most profound role since Blade Runner and Ian Holms is at his most unnerving since going robot on Ripley in Alien!

Jake A (ru) wrote: After the likable but the flawed Generations film this is the first Star Trek film featuring none of the original cast and carries the tradition of giving one of the cast members a chance at directing in the form of Jonathan Frakes who plays Riker and this is easily the best film from the New Generation. Featuring a menacing force in the form of the Borg adds a great deal of threat and tension to the whole plot with the first act having a riveting series of action scenes and a fast paced feel. The additional cast to the recurring cast members are solid, it looks great, love the score and the script works with its themes of humanity and knowing when to accept defeat.

Jimmy V (kr) wrote: This movie will make you think twice about leaving anybody into your home . Very clever and a bit scary .

David D (au) wrote: Not the classic that preceded it, but excellent all the same.

Greg W (ca) wrote: good rom-com/sci-fi mix

Paul J (us) wrote: A gentle and tender film about actors and the sacrifices they make for their art. The bitter and troubled love story is both moving and filled with wisdom. Ozu is widely regarded as one of the greatest Japanese filmmakers. This might be my favorite of his films.

Christopher B (jp) wrote: This was ok. Some comedic value.

Shawn W (ag) wrote: Horribly acted horror where a group of young adults go to an abandoned house near a cemetery to party on Halloween night only to conjure up demons. Nothing new to see here, best to move on and look elsewhere.

Kevin R (ca) wrote: The candle of the wicked shall be put out.Rich cattle and land owner John Chisum has formed a brotherhood with an Indian chief, White Buffalo. A general arrives and pushes the envelope that causes a land war to ensue. Chisum will have shootouts versus legal and illegal stakeholders. He will seek the aid of Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid to put those ruining his land and town down."Thank you for asking me to come and stay with you.""I didn't ask you..."Andrew McLaglen, director of Return from the River Kwai, Have Gun - Will Travel, McLintock, The Wild Geese, The Sea Wolves, and Shenandoah, delivers Chisum. The storyline for this picture is very interesting and weaves nicely with historical characters. The acting and action also isn't half bad and the cast includes John Wayne, Forrest Tucker, Bruce Cabot, Glenn Corbett, and Robert Donner. "Don't ever get arrested.""I don't intend to."I came across this picture on Turner Classic Movies (TCM) and decided to DVR it. This was a Wayne masterpiece with charismatic characters, witty one-liners, and great shootouts. This is a classic western that is worth a viewing and worth adding to your collection if you are a fan of the genre. "I've heard of you."Grade: B