In the heart of a particularly negative presidential campaign, I've compiled a list of my personal favorite campaign movies.
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If you are going to see one movie this summer pass on the pirate, banish the bat, turn down the Terminator and spit on the spider. Instead, consider joining The Campaign, which is already in progress.
The Campaign exceeded my expectations by ignoring partisan politics and instead poking fun at the realities of modern campaigning, the role of wealthy donors, our gaffe-obsessed media, and, in the end, on voters themselves.
Like father, like son.
Will Ferrell went on "Late Show with David Letterman" last night to promote his upcoming political spoof "The Campaign," and...
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