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The Drop$004,10 $004,101 -6 0809$005,07
If I Stay$044,81 $003,934 47 3040$001,29
The November Man$022,54 $002,80 3 58 2702$001,03
The Giver$041,27 $002,575 79 2253$001,14
The Hundred Foot Journey$049,37 $002,426 910 1943$001,24
When the Game Stands Tall$026,55 $002,384 811 2435$000.97
As Above, So Below$019,14 $002,133 612 2283$000,93
Lucy$123,49 $001,54 7 1013 1068$001,44
The Expendables 3$038,29 $000,965 1114 1302$000,74
Into the Storm$045,85 $000,906 1315 1040$000,86
Boyhood$021,80 $000,869 1416 0659$001,31
Cantinflas$005,64 $000,573 1517 0424$001,35
Finding Fanny$000,51 $000,511 -18 0121$004,25
Atlas Shrugged: Who is John Galt $000,46 $000,461 -19 0242$001,90
A Most Wanted Man$016,61 $000,448 1920 0397$001,11
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300: Rise of an Empire0,231,974 $010,659,229 $02,000,169 3 22
Frozen0,083,228$122,849,924 $01,658,734 17 33
Lone Survivor0,083,228$016,503,497 $00,812,888 6 54
Monster High: Clawesome Double Feature0,042,769 $001,541,350 $00,621,861 2 45
Transformers: Dark of the Moon0,042,769 $050,180,256 $00,233,015 146 66
Bad Words0,039,037$000,662,458 $00,662,458 1 -7
Rise of the Planet of the Apes0,039,037$039,741,319 $00,308,118135 188
Transformers0,035,819 $293,649,153 $00,196,707352 99
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen0,035,819 $223,366,932 $00,198,982 247 810
The Goonies0,033,829 $015,498,558 $00,138,530 673 2811
How to Train Your Dragon0,033,829 $130,151,226 $00,419,251 196 1312
Non Stop0,031,317$008,107,241 $00,624,4615 1213
Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa .50,031,317$000,281,432 $00,281,432 1 -14
Winters Tale0,027,607 $001,850,171 $00,469,043 3 1515
RoboCop0,027,607 $005,900,578 $00,469,769 6 1616
Son of God0,024,306 $005,429,208 $00,363,6186 1917
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit0,024,306 $005,470,765 $00,468,4755 1718
The Desolation of Smaug0,022,471 $026,223,806 $00,409,871 14 2319
Despicable Me 20,022,471 $102,439,525 $00,221,993 31 2020

The Campaign

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Synopsis: When congressman Cam Brady (Will Ferrell) commits a major public gaffe before an upcoming election, two ultra-wealthy CEO’s see an opening for personal gain and plot to put up a rival candidate and gain influence over their North Carolina district. Their man: naïve Marty Huggins, director of the local Tourism Center. As Election Day fast approaches, the pair lock horns with insults that quickly escalate to personal injury until all they care about is burying each other, in this mud-slinging, back-stabbing, comedy.
Movie Release Date: 10 August 2012
The Campaign: Official Theatrical Trailer.
Production: Everyman Pictures,
Gary Sanchez Productions.
Distributors: Warner Bros Pictures.
Directors: Jay Roach.
Producers: Will Ferrell,
Zach Galifianakis,
Adam McKay,
Jay Roach.
Writers: Shawn Harwell,
Chris Henchy.
Staring: Will Ferrell,
Zach Galifianakis,
Jason Sudeikis,
Sarah Baker,
Dylan McDermott,
Katherine LaNasa,
Brian Cox,
John Lithgow,
Dan Aykroyd.
Running Time: 85 min
MPAA Rating: R
for crude sexual content, language and brief nudity
Genres: Political, Comedy.
Music By: Theodore Shapiro .
Domestic Box Office: $86,907,746
Gross Worldwide: $103,430,245
Filming Locations: New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
Directed By: Jay Roach
Starring: Will Ferrell, Zach Galifianakis, Jason Sudeikis, Sarah Baker, Dylan McDermott, Katherine LaNasa, Brian Cox, John Lithgow, Dan Aykroyd Film Review: The Campaign
Review by: Martin Winters for


This movie shows the comedic, and most often, stupid side to politics. The movie’s humor was well received by viewers. It was funny, rude, bizarre, and absolutely enjoyable. The movie accurately portrayed how such politicians are often seen and heard in the media, making the movie more realistic and even funnier as it went on. It managed to pull back the curtains and show us what these congressmen do behind closed doors to win elections – but in a very comedic and over-the-top fashion.

Will Ferrell played his part fantastically well. To me, he kind of looked like George W. Bush, due to his overall appearance, speech and posture, but in a Will Ferrell kind of way. If Hollywood wanted to do a movie on George W. Bush and needed someone to play the man himself, you know who my vote would go towards.

Zach Galifianakis was not too bad in this movie either, though, to me, he was not as entertaining as Will Ferrell’s character was.  Zach Galifianakis’s character was timid, sensitive and kind of feminine-like. But due to the help and support of others - including his own beliefs - Zach Galifianakis’s character was able to rise up and face the mad dog himself, Will Ferrell, in a neck-to-neck battle for a seat in congress to represent their town.

The movie also featured a few other familiar comedy faces such as: John Lithgow, Dan Aykroyd, Jason Sudeikis, and even a special appearance by John Goodman. A nice little star cast indeed.

Overall: a pretty funny movie that does not take itself seriously in any way. It had a few laughable moments with a great cast of actors and actresses attached to the project. It was your typical Will Ferrell movie but much better than a few others he had done.

RATING: 8/10


Funny at parts mostly because they make fun of american politics but most of all just filled with stupidity. i rate this 4/10

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