Irresistible, Jon Stewart, American political comedy film, Steve Carell, Chris Cooper, Mackenzie Davis, Topher Grace, Natasha Lyonne, Rose Byrne, speaks about the political world, thought politics
Irresistible is an American political comedy film written and directed by Jon Stewart and released in June 2020 in the US with as main characters: Steve Carell, Chris Cooper, Mackenzie Davis, Topher Grace, Natasha Lyonne, and Rose Byrne. This movie speaks about the political world specially in the US.
If you have liked Welcome to Mooseport (2004) or Head of State (2003), you will love it. It's an amazing film who thought-provoking in politics nowadays.
[...] There are images of nature, cows, countryside that give a real dimension to the film. When we watch it, we feel in nature. There are often still's images with a close-up to mark a reaction. The music is well chosen, they keep us awake throughout the film. This movie is absolutely to see. It has made me laugh and moved me. It denounces the shortcomings of American politics with a lot of humour and emotions through everyday life: jealousy, betrayal, confusion and suspense. A twist of situations will turn your head. [...]
[...] He sees a golden opportunity for him when he sees on YouTube a video of Jack Hastings, a retired colonel from Deerlaken, a little town in Wisconsin, who stands up to his town council and defend the disadvantaged. He lives with his daughter. Gary comes to her meet and proposes to sponsor his candidacy for the next municipal elections and become a Democrat. They embark on a formidable campaign for victory. This campaign turns into a competition when comes Faith Brewster, her Republican opponent. They spend millions of money and lie to the media to get their ends. [...]
[...] That is a terrible shame, and it exists today. In addition to this, a lot of money spends in campaigns needlessly, defamation in politics, representants who lie and the press who diffuse information without verifying their reliability. Jon Stewart reveals us that American politics is based on money and media. The most successful in the movie is the cast. The actors are perfectly in harmony with his characters. Steve Carell for example, he is natural. When he comes to live in Deerlaken, away from comfort and luxury of Washington, we can see that he's not used to this with his face's expressions. [...]
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