Our Brand Is Crisis


Action / Comedy / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 34%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 42%
IMDb Rating 0 10 0


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Billy Bob Thornton as Pat Candy
Zoe Kazan as LeBlanc
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789.37 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 47 min
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23.976 fps
1hr 47 min
P/S 7 / 10

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 9 / 10

If voting changed anything, they would make it illegal

The film claims to be "inspired by true events" but is closer to a work of total fiction and is designed to make us look at our own candidates in an election year who claim there is a crisis and they are the only ones who can fix it.

The movie is entertaining as the quirky and unorthodox Jane Bodine (Sandra Bullock) is hired by a Bolivian senator in a presidential bid. Castillo (Joaquim de Almeida) is "not trustworthy, not likable, stuck up little a-hole." He also has a smirk and connections to the IMF. Bodine takes on the job because her opponent is managed by Pat Candy (Billy Bob Thornton) a master strategist who has beaten Bodine on several occasions.

Castiilo's lack of charm is changed into being a forceful individual who can get the job done in what is now a "time of crisis." Bodine has a history with Candy as the campaign becomes personal. This is an interesting behind the scenes view of campaigns filled with humor and universal political themes.

Good job Bullock.

Guide: F-bomb. No sex or nudity. Sex talk.

Reviewed by grantss 6 / 10

Okay, but doesn't take you anywhere you haven't been before

A washed-up political strategist, Jane Bodine, is hired by a political consultancy to help their client, Senator Castillo, win the Bolivian general election. Bodine used to be the best in the game but an unfortunate series of events during a campaign saw her reputation, and confidence, destroyed. What sealed the deal was that she will be coming up against her long-time arch rival and nemesis, Pat Candy.

Reasonably entertaining. Some funny moments and the mood is generally quite light-hearted. Some of the political machinations and stunts are quite clever too and often add to the humour. Some degree of engagement too, as it is clear who you should be backing in the presidential race.

However, there's not much new here. The setting - Bolivia - may be original but that's about it. Movies like Primary Colours and Wag the Dog plus TV series like Veep and House of Cards have already covered the dirty inner workings of politics and elections, and done it a lot better. Real life would have prepared the audience too.

And there's the other problem. Who wants to be reminded of what a loathsome industry politics is? Not me, that's for sure.

There are two twists towards the end, but they don't really do anything for the movie. The first was a touch predictable. The second was idealistic and superficial. They could just have ended it with the election results and left one with the impression that the movie is a comedy. Instead, after being reasonably light-hearted all along, the movie suddenly ramped up the drama and attempts at profundity towards the end. Was pretty shallow and a matter of too little, too late.

Reviewed by vforvedad 7 / 10

Good movie, too bad smoking lobby ruined it

It's a good movie with allot of "cool people" smoking in every tense situation. Feels a bit like a cigarette commercial. Other than that the story and the acting is great, it even has some really powerful emotions. I thought smoking is not cool anymore because it kills so many people but I guess they are still finding a way to get to kids.

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