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MOVIE REVIEW FOR POLITICAL SCIENCE /American Government Directions: Choose any film to review and write a 3-5 page (max.), double-spaced typewritten essay (per film) discussing the political themes of the film. Font 12-15. Discuss what you have politically learned from the film and describe the political views of the movie. Do NOT discuss/include the actors, directors, and others involved with the film-making process. ONLY discuss the story and the themes of the film!! Argo The Promise Lincoln The Conspirator Inside Job Recount Frost/Nixon Syriana Munich Good Night and Good Luck Hotel Rwanda And the Band Played On Born on the Fourth of July JFK Malcolm X The Manchurian Candidate (either version) All the President’s Men Wag The Dog Primary Colors Birth of a Nation (silent film) Ghosts of Mississippi Mississippi Burning A Soldier’s Story To Kill A Mockingbird The Burning Season Missing (1982 film) All the Kings Men Antz Bob Roberts Bulworth The Candidate The China Syndrome The Missiles of October Nixon Reds V for Vendetta Rendition Charlie Wilson’s War Blood Diamond Thank You for Smoking Thirteen Days Traffic The Contender The Quiet American Milk American History X Dr. Strangelove, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Dead Man Walking Gideon’s Trumpet Breach Fair Game An American President Ides of March House of Cards A Bridge Too Far Trumbo The Big Short The Man in the High Castle Documentaries Letter to the President Poverty, Inc. 638 Ways to Kill Castro Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt The War Room Waco: The Rules of Engagement Dear America: Letters Home From Vietnam Panama Deception Coverup: Behind the Iran-Contra Scandal 8: the Mormon Proposition Who Killed the Electric Car? Sicko Shut Up and Sing Run Granny Run Hacking Democracy Outfoxxed The Trials of Henry Kissinger Ralph Nader: An Unreasonable Man Howard Zinn: You Can’t Be Neutral on a Moving Train The People Speak In Pot We Trust Sacco and Vanzetti A Crude Awakening The Road to Guantanamo Uncovered: the War on Iraq What Would Jesus Buy? The Peace! The Fog of War Fahrenheit 911 Bowling For Columbine Roger & Me Capitalism: A Love Story Cadillac Desert Enron: the Smartest Guys in the Room Mighty Times: the Legacy of Rosa Parks Wal Mart: the high cost of low prices An Inconvenient Truth The Corporation With God On Our Side Unprecedented: the 2000 Presidential Election Frost/Nixon: the Original Watergate Interview Jimmy Carter: Man from Plains John Lennon v. the United States The People v. Larry Flynt Outrage The Cove By the People: the Election of Barack Obama The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till The Corporation Food, Inc. Crude Poverty, Inc. Requiem for the American Dream Salam Neighbor 13th (Netflix only)

MOVIE REVIEW FOR POLITICAL SCIENCE /American Government

Directions: Choose any film to review and write a 3-5 page (max.), double-spaced typewritten essay (per film) discussing the political themes of the film. Font 12-15. Discuss what you have politically learned from the film and describe the political views of the movie. Do NOT discuss/include the actors, directors, and others involved with the film-making process. ONLY discuss the story and the themes of the film!!

Argo

The Promise

Lincoln

The Conspirator

Inside Job

Recount

Frost/Nixon

Syriana

Munich

Good Night and Good Luck

Hotel Rwanda

And the Band Played On

Born on the Fourth of July

JFK

Malcolm X

The Manchurian Candidate (either version)

All the President’s Men

Wag The Dog

Primary Colors

Birth of a Nation (silent film)

Ghosts of Mississippi

Mississippi Burning

A Soldier’s Story

To Kill A Mockingbird

The Burning Season

Missing (1982 film)

All the Kings Men

Antz

Bob Roberts

Bulworth

The Candidate

The China Syndrome

The Missiles of October

Nixon

Reds

V for Vendetta

Rendition

Charlie Wilson’s War

Blood Diamond

Thank You for Smoking

Thirteen Days

Traffic

The Contender

The Quiet American

Milk

American History X

Dr. Strangelove, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

Dead Man Walking

Gideon’s Trumpet

Breach

Fair Game

An American President

Ides of March

House of Cards

A Bridge Too Far

Trumbo

The Big Short

The Man in the High Castle

Documentaries

Letter to the President

Poverty, Inc.

638 Ways to Kill Castro

Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt

The War Room

Waco: The Rules of Engagement

Dear America: Letters Home From Vietnam

Panama Deception

Coverup: Behind the Iran-Contra Scandal

8: the Mormon Proposition

Who Killed the Electric Car?

Sicko

Shut Up and Sing

Run Granny Run

Hacking Democracy

Outfoxxed

The Trials of Henry Kissinger

Ralph Nader: An Unreasonable Man

Howard Zinn: You Can’t Be Neutral on a Moving Train

The People Speak

In Pot We Trust

Sacco and Vanzetti

A Crude Awakening

The Road to Guantanamo

Uncovered: the War on Iraq

What Would Jesus Buy?

The Peace!

The Fog of War

Fahrenheit 911

Bowling For Columbine

Roger & Me

Capitalism: A Love Story

Cadillac Desert

Enron: the Smartest Guys in the Room

Mighty Times: the Legacy of Rosa Parks

Wal Mart: the high cost of low prices

An Inconvenient Truth

The Corporation

With God On Our Side

Unprecedented: the 2000 Presidential Election

Frost/Nixon: the Original Watergate Interview

Jimmy Carter: Man from Plains

John Lennon v. the United States

The People v. Larry Flynt

Outrage

The Cove

By the People: the Election of Barack Obama

The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till

The Corporation

Food, Inc.

Crude

Poverty, Inc.

Requiem for the American Dream

Salam Neighbor

13th (Netflix only)

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