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Game Change

Game Change

Politics would never be the same.Mar. 09, 2012United States118 Min.TV-MA
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Told by his senior advisors that he cannot win the 2008 Presidential election with any of the Vice Presidential candidates currently under consideration, Senator John McCain agrees that they need to make a bold move and come up with a real game changer – a female running mate. They think Sarah Palin, Governor of Alaska, might fit the bill. They have only 5 days to vet her, a process that would normally take up to 8 weeks. She is soon introduced and is found to be an excellent public speaker, giving the campaign a major boost. The rapid vetting failed to measure her knowledge on policy issues – particularly international affairs – and after several serious and embarrassing fumbles it becomes obvious that she knows very little. She becomes the butt of late night comedians and a consensus develops in the media that she is not fit to be president. As the situation deteriorates, Palin hardens her position and refuses to be briefed. Altogether, it spells the end of any hope of winning.

Game Change
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Game Change
Game Change
Game Change
Game Change
Game Change
Game Change
Original title Game Change
IMDb Rating 7.4 19,301 votes
TMDb Rating 6.8


Jay Roach


Julianne Moore isSarah Palin
Sarah Palin
Woody Harrelson isSteve Schmidt
Steve Schmidt
Ed Harris isJohn McCain
John McCain
Peter MacNicol isRick Davis
Rick Davis
Jamey Sheridan isMark Salter
Mark Salter
Sarah Paulson isNicolle Wallace
Nicolle Wallace
Ron Livingston isMark Wallace
Mark Wallace
Brenna McDonough isPhone Volunteer
Phone Volunteer

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