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It's Not Just Reality — Swing Vote the Movie Comes to Theatres

It's Not Just Reality — Swing Vote the Movie Comes to Theatres

Now that the Fourth of July has come and gone, I need a new summer event to look forward to. This might be it? The movie Swing Vote stars Kevin Costner (I wonder if it's been a long time since anyone's written that phrase. . .?) and hits theaters August 1. Here's the premise: when historically inexplicable yet "mischievous antics" of a 12-year-old girl leave the outcome of the presidential election relying on a single vote one man (dubbed a "likable loser) all eyes rest on him to decide.

I'm dying to see how they make this work, you know, with the electoral college and laws, history and the like, but that might be part of the fun? The flick promises a "stunning series of events that place the fate of the free world in the hands of a man more comfortable slinging cases of beer." OK, there you go — stunning. Here's to hoping!

The presidential candidates are played by Dennis Hopper and Kelsey Grammer, with Nathan Lane and Stanley Tucci playing their campaign managers. Not a shabby cast! Here's one of the phoney campaign ads from the movie, it's pretty funny — and that Dennis Hopper is kind of striking. What do you think, will you be lining up to catch this one — or voting "No, thanks?"

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stephley stephley 7 years
Guess Hopper was waiting for a worthwhile project :ROTFL:
yesteryear yesteryear 7 years
that looks pretty funny. glad to see dennis hopper acting again - it's been a while, right?
raciccarone raciccarone 7 years
I love the subtly of the humor. They don't beat you over the head with it or anything. :coffee: God, I'm smug.
stephley stephley 7 years
I've seen previews for this and I keep thinking it would make a fine made for t.v. movie, but I'm not sure about paying for a ticket to see it.
True-Song True-Song 7 years
I think this is such a fun and clever premise, I hope it's well executed.
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