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John Mitchell over 3 years ago
I know It's corny, but Idon't care, it's funny and well observed.
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erin over 6 years ago
The American President is a 1995 romantic comedy film directed by Rob Reiner and written by Aaron Sorkin. It stars Michael Douglas, Annette Bening, Martin Sheen, Michael J. Fox and Richard Dreyfuss. In the film, President Andrew Shepherd (Douglas) is a widower who pursues a relationship with attractive environmental lobbyist Sydney Ellen Wade (Bening)—who has just moved to Washington, D.C.—while at the same time attempting to win passage of a crime control bill. Composer Marc Shaiman was nominated for the Original Musical or Comedy Score Oscar for The American President. The film was nominated for Golden Globes for best director, best screenplay, best actor in a comedy/musical for Michael Douglas, best actress in a comedy/musical for Annette Bening, and best comedy/musical motion picture. The American Film Institute ranked The American President #75 on its list of America's Greatest Love Stories. Andrew Shepherd (Michael Douglas) is introduced as an immensely popular Democratic...
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