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This is a 6-minute movie from 5 years ago that was directed by Academy award winner Ron Howard. No idea why this had 6 writers, but I guess it's a perfect example of too many cooks. This is almost never funny, even if you recognize the Presidents depicted in here. The cast is fairly spectacular, but in my opinion this is nothing more than a SNL sketch and not a particularly good one. It's pretty vomit-inducing to watch them with their mix of political correctness and mostly liberal, pseudo-intelligent criticism. The actors in here have fallen a bit in my appreciation for taking part in here. Then again, they have not been to high in terms of that anyway, apart from Jim Carrey who I usually love. This may be my least favorite film with him. Not a good watch. Thumbs down.
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