'Swing Vote' Isn't Exactly a Terrible Movie

Washington City Paper | July 31, 2008
Stern maintains a nice pace throughout what should be an intolerable two-hour parody of ancient history, and the dialogue and set pieces are never quite as dumb as Bud, with one running gag involving the candidates' ads escalating to a hilarious pro-life spot. But even if it weren't tiring to imagine it’s 2000 all over again, does anyone right now really want to sit through the campaigning, scheming, and dissecting of fictional candidates when we're drowning in the minutiae of real ones?

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