20th Century Fox Home Entertainment | Release Date: May 19, 1998
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Compi24Apr 10, 2015
What starts out as an apt satire on the politician's role in American society spirals off into a muddled, politically sketchy head-scracther, featuring God-awful ADR/mixing and a fundamentally unsatisfying conclusion.
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SpangleMar 9, 2016
A brilliant political satire, Bulworth is hysterical and incredibly politically poignant. Criticizing all elements of the American political system, Bulworth gleefully pulls back the cover of how little these politicians care about anybodyA brilliant political satire, Bulworth is hysterical and incredibly politically poignant. Criticizing all elements of the American political system, Bulworth gleefully pulls back the cover of how little these politicians care about anybody who does not make them rich. Warren Beatty is brilliant in this off-beat and quirky comedy, as are Halle Berry and Don Cheadle. The writing is great and the characterizations equally so. However, my favorite part was certainly the little touches throughout. I don't really have a specific example, but images in the background or a small reference here and there that were absolutely fantastic. In its use of sight gags, Bulworth is similar to an Abrahams, Zucker, and Zucker, 80s comedy, except politically focused. Overall, Bulworth is a fantastic film that really skewers the government, its lies, and how much it really sells its soul to get rich. Expand
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