Rating: 10 stars
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Seen on: 06/06/2012
Dirty tricks stand to soil an ambitious young press spokesman’s idealism in a cutthroat presidential campaign where ‘victory’ is relative.
Rated R | Length 101 minutes
Nita Whitaker | Will Wheaton | John West | Lamont Van Hook | Josef Powell | Lori Perry | Amy Keys | Clydene Jackson | Christopher Carter | Carmel Echols | Carmen Carter | Alvin Chea | Johnny Britt | Nelson Beato | Maxi Anderson | Chyla Anderson | Cherie Bowman | John Repulski | Joe Dinda | Loretta Higgins | Neal Anthony Rubin | Deb Dixon | Charlie Rose | Chris Matthews | Rachel Maddow | Robert Braun | Leslie McCurdy | Hayley Meyers | Michael Ellison | Kris Reilly | Lauren Wainwright | Mark Stacey White | David McConnell | Rohn Thomas | Peter Harpen | Frank Jones Jr. | Fabio Polanco | Robert Mervak | John Manfredi | Danny Mooney | Maya Sayre | Bella Ivory | Yuriy Sardarov | Michael Mantell | Gregory Itzin | Jennifer Ehle | Jeffrey Wright | Max Minghella | Evan Rachel Wood | Marisa Tomei | Paul Giamatti | Philip Seymour Hoffman | George Clooney | Ryan Gosling
Cynical and depressing, The Ides of March draws you in and then holds you, tense, on the edge of your seat. An excellent political drama that somehow manages to surprise you even though you think you know what’s coming and where it’s headed.
A great directorial effort by Clooney and another superb performance by Gosling.