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Majority Rule (1992)

A war heroine returns to the US to run for president and ends up facing enemies worse than those in the battle: corruption and the dangerous game of power.

Director:

Gwen Arner

Writer:

David Taylor
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Blair Brown ... Gen. Katherine Taylor
John Getz ... Paul
John Glover ... 'Mac' Mackin
Jensen Daggett ... Lucy
Robin Gammell ... Stuart Hammel
James Handy
Richard Herd
Nicholas Pryor
Mitchell Ryan ... (as Mitch Ryan)
Fran Bennett Fran Bennett
Tim Conlon
Paul Gleason
René Le Vant René Le Vant
Miguel Sandoval
Donald Moffat ... Walter Simms
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A war heroine returns to the US to run for president and ends up facing enemies worse than those in the battle: corruption and the dangerous game of power.

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 October 1992 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Candidata See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Embarrassing disappointment for this Blair Brown fan
30 March 2000 | by Miles-10See all my reviews

I love Blair Brown, but this movie is embarrassingly bad. It was obviously somebody's idea of good propaganda to promote government health care, but the contrived path to this MESSAGE falls flat on its face. Brown plays a US general who becomes president of the United States. The film-makers figure--probably rightly--that most Americans would vote for a woman or African American with moderate to conservative credentials. Institutional credentials really. Hence, a woman military officer would have a good chance of becoming the first woman president. But her administration veers into the issue of universal, government-financed health care, and that becomes the whole plot. It's lame. It's weak. It's a yawn. The fact that the next presidential administration tried and failed to do exactly what the fictional administration in the movie tries to do should make this movie look like a dated propaganda movie. A disappointment for this B. B. fan.


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