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    Game Change

    Its about the politics of race in the 2008. Steve Schmidt is a famous strategist and he wants to find a ' game changer' to make new things.
    Duration: 118 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2012
    IMDb: 7.4
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  • Actors of "Game Change"

  • Characters of "Game Change"

    Sarah Palin. Character of Game Change
    Played by: Julianne Moore
    Steve Schmidt. Character of Game Change
    John McCain. Character of Game Change
    Played by: Ed Harris
    Rick Davis. Character of Game Change
    Played by: Peter MacNicol
    Mark Salter. Character of Game Change
    Played by: Jamey Sheridan
    Nicolle Wallace. Character of Game Change
    Played by: Sarah Paulson
    Todd Palin. Character of Game Change
    Steve Biegun. Character of Game Change
    Joe Lieberman. Character of Game Change
    Lindsey Graham. Character of Game Change
    Bristol Palin. Character of Game Change
    Played by: Melissa Farman
    Piper Palin. Character of Game Change
    Played by: Taya Miller
    Willow Palin. Character of Game Change
    Trig Palin. Character of Game Change
    Played by: Arlo James
    Ted Frank. Character of Game Change
    Cindy McCain. Character of Game Change
    Played by: Sandy Bainum
    Matthew Scully. Character of Game Change
    Played by: Douglas Nelson
    Meghan McCain. Character of Game Change
    Levi Johnston. Character of Game Change
    Played by: Justin Gaston
  • Directors of "Game Change"

    Jay Roach. Director of Game Change
    Jay Roach
    Birthdate: 14 June 1957, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
  • Creators of "Game Change"

    Danny Strong. Director of Game Change
    Danny Strong
    Birthdate: 6 June 1974, Manhattan Beach, California, USA
    Mark Halperin. Director of Game Change
    Mark Halperin
    Birthdate: 11 January 1965, Bethesda, Maryland, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Game Change"

    The New Republic
    August 06, 2012

    Try as the filmmakers might, it just isn't the same. How could it be, really?

    Philadelphia Inquirer
    August 06, 2012

    The dramatic re-creations are somewhat uneven: The convention staging is quite convincing, the campaign trail less so.
    August 06, 2012

    The constant use of actual news footage adds a bit of verisimilitude but also constantly raises the question of why this lightly fictionalized version of the election actually needs to exist.

    Detroit Free Press
    August 06, 2012

    Game Change, which explores how smart people make dumb decisions, is a movie for all of us.

    New York Post
    August 06, 2012

    The movie is more balanced than I expected.
    September 23, 2012

    It's a comedy, for at least 30% of its running time, leaving the rest a condensed, perplexing vision of Washington ambition and insistent ego, leaving the movie somewhere between a cartoon and a mean-spirited prank.

    Cleveland Plain Dealer
    August 06, 2012

    The reality is that HBO's Game Change makes a bad showing by arming game and gifted players with a weak and labored script.

    August 06, 2012

    Game Change is not one-sided, exactly. It is, instead, uneven and episodic.

    People Magazine
    August 06, 2012

    It plausibly lays out Palin's path from unsteady candidate to confident (or arrogant) rogue player.

    Contra Costa Times
    August 06, 2012

    That it works is testament to an astounding, Emmy-worthy performance by Moore, who plays Palin with nuance, and without a trace of parody.

    E! Online
    August 03, 2012

    We're no longer disappointed that Tina Fey didn't get the role that ended up going to Julianne Moore.

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