THE CAMPAIGN movie review

if you put Zach Galifianakis and Will Ferrell in one movie, you're sure to have a hell of a riot. especially when they fighting their beliefs and for a position in this political movie, THE CAMPAIGN. brought to us by Warner Bros. Philippines, opening in theaters, August 29.
the story is about a district in North Carolina where two CEOs aspire for great influence in. in an upcoming election, they have found opportunity to seize the long term rule of Congressman Cam Brady (Ferrell) by giving him a rival as Marty Huggins (Galifianakis), a naive director of local tourism.
both were completely different from each other and each has their own bullet to shoot. the war for the post has cost them with their reputations and even their families.

their rage has been on the news. each action would be the talk of the town and would ever influence the choice of the voters. and when they realized that they have not been professional and diplomatic, and it has not been helpful to the district, the greatest answer would be honesty. besides, it is ever needed to any politician in any part of the globe.

i really like Marty Huggins slogan for the campaign, "Let's clean up America, it's a mess!" which is i think very applicable nowadays. we've been making mess and all we do is rant it to the government. as politicians, they need their constituents to perform their programs well and hand-in-hand everybody will be able to fulfill their dream as a nice community.

the movie is very hilarious, a midst the trash talking and obscene scenes, we're all to know that everybody are human beings and subject to faults and wrong doings. all we have to be is conscious of our acts and following the Rotarian 4-way test: is it the TRUTH? is it FAIR to all concerned? will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?”

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