Collider | 'Our Brand Is Crisis' Review


In its best moments, Our Brand Is Crisis is reminiscent of Wag the Dog; it knows how fucked politics is and acts accordingly. But the fact that it wants to also squeeze in a redemptive tale is completely at odds with the work the protagonist is doing. There’s no redemption to be found with the people who are ruining lives—who have no belief in politicians or voters; people who have basically given up on humanity and play with public policy like a kid with a loaded gun. Our Brand Is Crisis still could have been an excellent tale, but told through a soft prism of second chances and good intentions, we can’t buy what Green is selling.

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