Originally Posted by steelhouse
This is a very good movie imho for those deeply involved in politics. But, after pondering about it, it does leave you with the impression the republicans are evil and the democrats want to help you.
The main villains are the "Motch" brothers. In the end they end up fixing the voting machines since they made them. It was they who were pulling all the strings all along of both candidates.
The reality is the democrats almost admit fixing elections as they don't want to accept voter i.d. to cast a vote. It is the democrats that are ruining the wages of the working man, forcing those near minimum wage, to pay for all the public sector workers and union contractors. They want to build a bullet train, but it has to use union labor and their hand picked contractors. It is the public that wants low cost goods from China. Apple or the Koch brothers have no choice, they use China or go broke.
Then there is "Larry Crowne" basically a movie where the private sector grocery store worker gets laid off and accepts a job as a cook for low pay. Where the professors hopes her class gets cancelled so she can collect government money without showing up. When the class resumes it seem more like a party than a class.
Got to go to bed, goodnight.
A movie about democrats and voter id? Count me out, I'm saving my boring movie quota for a movie about Keynesian economics.