Movie Review: The Ides Of March
Prinz Lee wrote this review 5 years ago
The movie does an excellent job developing its characters through dialogue. I guess I shouldn't find it surprising that some viewers found the movie to be "boring." Dialogue is completely lost on people in this day and age due to outlets like Twitter.
The film feels like an adult version of Primary Colors. I found the inter-party politicking of Gossling, Giamatti, and Seymour Hoffman to be really enjoyable. The cinematography for the movie reminded me a little of the Social network.
If you were and/or are a Political Science major in college, I think you will find the movie quite enjoyable.