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People LOVED Sarah Palin Julianne Moore And Game Change!

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Game Change premiered on HBO Saturday night and was pretty damn HUGE! In fact, it was the premium cabler best original film in eight years!

Take that, John Adams! (Or is that considered more of a mini-series…)

The controversial TV flick starring Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin scored an average 2.1 million viewers during its weekend run and 3.6 million viewers over its four showings, depicting John McCain's costly move of bringing in Palin as his Vice Presidential running mate.

Team Palin may not be too pleased with the flick, but the people have spoken!!! They LUV it!

Guess we'll have to TIVO this one the next time it is on?

[Image via Wenn.]

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9 comments to “People LOVED Sarah Palin Julianne Moore And Game Change!

  1. 1

    2.1 million people — really? In a country of 360 million people that's just a miniscule drop in the bucket. And those who did watch it are probably hard-core liberals who will buy any swill handed up to them.

  2. 2

    Julianne Moore reached her acting peak about 10 minutes into Boogey Nights.
    She recently did a movie where she played a mother who bangs her own son.
    Stay classy twa-… twit!

  3. buck says – reply to this


    Perfect..2.1 million more people who are understanding and exposing what our liberal media is all about

  4. 4

    OscarWinning Producer Slams Obama, Salutes Brietbart.
    Other movies of Gerald R. Molen include 'Schindler's List', "Rain Man," "Minority Report," "Twister," "Schindler's List" and "Jurassic Park". — BIGGOVERNMENT.com
    It's starting…..

  5. 5

    Just because people watched it, it doesn't mean they "LUV"ed it. Most, like myself, watched it out of curiosity. Any bias aside, I thought the writing was amateurish. It's like their intended audience were third graders.

  6. buck says – reply to this


    Oh, and by the way you numbskull Hilton, the program 'Sarah Palin's Alaska' on TLC debuted to over 5 million viewers. So i guess your headline there would be PEOPLE LOVE ALASKA. liberals are ridiculous.

  7. 7

    Steve Schmidt, the Republican strategist played by Woody Harrelson who was instrumental in choosing Palin as McCain’s running mate, said, “I think Game Change was very accurate.
    Schmidt, who also said there was a scene between Harrelson and Ed Harris (who played McCain) that was “almost verbatim” to a conversation that happened between himself and McCain, added, “The experience on this campaign is that there are worse things than losing…. I think the notion of Sarah Palin being president of the United States is something that frightens me, frankly. And I played a part in that.” Fellow Republican strategist and adviser on the 2008 campaign Nicolle Wallace who was assigned to work with Sarah Palin after the Alaska governor was chosen as John McCain’s running mate told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on Sunday that Jay Roach’s Game Change rang “true enough to make me squirm.”
    Nicolle Wallace, prominently featured in the film, made clear that she felt fairly guilty about working to make someone “fundamentally unprepared and unsuited for the job” the Vice President of the United States.

    Wallace noted that she was still in shock as to “how close we came to having somebody a heartbeat away from the presidency so fundamentally unprepared and unsuited for the job,

  8. 8

    Its amaazing how someone ethically can do this to another person. Ok , you disagree with her policitcas so you publically defame and humilate her? Everyone involved with that movie is a major league asshole and I hope karma hits them hard.

  9. 9

    My favorite line in the movie was "do you really want this woman to be ONE 74 year old's heart attack away from being President?".

    I walked away from this movie feeling empathy for her. This is a step up since before, all I felt was disgust. She wasn't properly vetted, thrown into the deep end and then treated like a puppet. It's a crime against intelligence that she is in any type of political spotlight.