Primary Colors (1998) - Movie Details
|Release Date:||March 20, 1998|
|Writer:||Elaine May, Joe Klein|
|Cast:||Caroline Aaron, Robert Klein, Kathy Bates, Rob Reiner, Diane Ladd, Paul Guilfoyle, Larry Hagman, Maura Tierney, Adrian Lester, Billy Bob Thornton, Emma Thompson, John Travolta|
|Running Time:||143 minutes|
|MPAA Rating:||Rated R for strong language and sexual references|
After three years as a congressional aide on Capitol Hill, Henry is renowned as a brilliant political strategist, but he has grown increasingly disenchanted with politics as usual. The grandson of the country's most celebrated Civil Rights leader, Henry wants to make history too; though cynical, he is still looking for someone doing something he can believe...
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Primary Colors is a story about politics and the mechanics behind a Presidential campaign. On the back of the box, the movie is described as a "savagely funny comedy," but I didn't find it that funny. But I don't know that much about politics, so I'll just do a quick analysis of Primary Colors is a movie, not as a political satire. Full movie review »
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