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Michael Cole 4 years ago
The cover art for this movie used to to disturb me when I was little.
Austin over 4 years ago
Absolutely hilarious! One of my favorite comedies.
Artie Fasciani over 4 years ago
Robert Stuart over 4 years ago
Amber Maczaczyj over 5 years ago
Tom o'brien over 5 years ago
Michael Morris over 7 years ago
Nathan T. almost 8 years ago
Brendan Creecy almost 8 years ago
A veteran Senate Democrat, Bulworth is losing his bid for re-election to a fiery young opponent. Bulworth's liberal views, formed in the 60s and 70s, have lost favor with voters, and so he has conceded to moderate politics and to accepting donations from special interests. In addition, though he and his wife (Christine Baranski) have been having affairs openly for years, they must still present a happy facade in the interest of maintaining a good public image. In another self-serving campaign effort, Bulworth purchases a $10 million life insurance policy in exchange for a favorable vote for his insurance company. Tired with the state of affairs and politics in general, he then orders a hit on himself to be executed within two days' time. Here, Bulworth takes a major turn, politically and personally. Knowing his time left on earth is short, he begins speaking his mind freely at public events and in the presence of the C-SPAN film crew following his campaign. His frank, potentially...
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