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Campaign, The

Lists: Comedy, Farce

Brief Synopsis: "The film follows two rival politicians (Will Ferrell & Zach Galifianakis) who are trying to win an election to represent their small South Carolina congressional district in the United States House of Representatives."

Overall Ranking: 2412 (Rank from 2012: # 121)


Rating:
57
Adjusted* Rating:
(lowest rating dropped)
59.29

Ratings Breakdown
(The Mixed Bag)

Buttery 0%
Regular 26.67%
Half-Popped 60%
Stale 6.67%
Burnt 6.67%




 


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Reviewer Rating Review Secondary Ratings
Bryan Lienesch79 - A goofy political election satire a la 'Black Sheep'.
Comedy: 6
Sex Appeal: 5
Scary: 3
Rewatch: 6
Tim The Film Guy73(full review)
Colin Flanagan70(full review)
Tom Little of Digital Shortbread69(full review)Comedy: 5
Sex Appeal: 1
Scary: 0
Rewatch: 5
Dave Examines Movies64
Angry Vader61(full review)
Coogs Film Blog61(full review)
Gorgon Reviews61(full review)
Daniel Prinn at Daniel's Film Reviews60(full review)
Dan O'Neill60 - Though itís satire never fully takes a bite, The Campaign still features a fun cast and a funny bunch of moments that are worth to see, if only for the two leads themselves.
(full review)
David Baruffi52(full review)
Duke And The Movies50(full review)
Skooch40(full review)
Patrick Devitt30
CinemaVisitor Erik25 - It is one of those satires that tries hard to take the piss out of everything and ends up being ridiculous, tiring and boring. Skip it!
(full review)
Comedy: 1
Sex Appeal: 1
Scary: 0
Rewatch: 1



People Involved

  • Dylan McDermott (Tim Wattley)
  • Will Ferrell (Cam Brady)
  • Zach Galifianakis (Marty Huggins)
  • Jason Sudeikis (Mitch)
  • Katherine Lanasa (Rose Brady)
  • Sarah Baker (Mitzi Huggins)
  • Millard Darden (Moderator Carl Terry)
  • Kya Haywood (Dylan/Clay Huggins)
  • John Lithgow (Glen Motch)
  • Dan Aykroyd (Wade Motch)
  • Brian Cox (Raymond)
  • Amelia Jackson-Gray (Becky)
  • Josh Lawson (Tripp)
  • Thomas Middleditch (Travis)
  • Scott A. Martin (Wes Talager)
  • Karen Maruyama (Mrs. Yao)
  • Jay Roach (Director)