Us Politics is a big thing, in the Us it is anyway, the publicity and hyperbole surrounding candidates for election has more in common with WWE Monday Night Raw than it does with anything that happens here in Westminster. In fact if we could get some of that circus over here then it might encourage people to vote a bit more and take an interest but I digress.
The Campaign is the latest film from Austin Powers and Meet the Parents director Jay Roach and takes the absurdity and mudslinging present in Us election campaigns and turns it up to eleven, with mixed results.
Will Ferrell does his thing that he did with his celebrated George W.Bush routine but slightly more exaggerated and plays Cam Brady a Us Congressional candidate for North Carolina who typically runs unopposed but who has a philandering Clinton like reputation. When a couple of »
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