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Roseanne for President! is a movie starring Roseanne Barr, Michael Moore, and Rosie O'Donnell. Comedian Roseanne Barr embarks on the most off-the-rails presidential campaign in U.S. history. What begins as a political journey...

Genres
Comedy, Documentary, Biography
Director
Eric Weinrib
Starring
Roseanne Barr, Sandra Bernhard, Michael Moore, Rosie O'Donnell

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Product details

Genres Comedy, Documentary, Biography
Director Eric Weinrib
Stars Roseanne Barr, Sandra Bernhard, Michael Moore, Rosie O'Donnell
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 36 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Comedian Roseanne Barr embarks on the most off-the-rails presidential campaign in U.S. history. What begins as a political journey becomes a raw and revealing portrait of a comedic icon.

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Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 06:23

If there was a place in the world where a movie maker could make a documentary about a living person, it would be on the floor of the Supreme Court of the United States. That's where this movie was made. It was done by one of the most experienced court reporters in the country, Fred Barnes. A short but very interesting piece of documentary about a man named Bob Woodruff. A very ambitious man, he thought that he was doing something important by fighting to be the first black to serve as President of the United States. However, as the movie's credits roll, you can see that Woodruff actually lost that fight, and was sent to jail for fighting back. There were many interesting details about Woodruff's life, like how he was told that he would be remembered in history books as the first black President. However, in reality, Woodruff never served in the White House, and he was never nominated for President. The man Woodruff had an eye for was Jefferson Davis. But, Woodruff didn't realize that the man who had the idea of using the Confederate flag was none other than President Davis. Woodruff was always a supporter of the Confederacy, and he thought that the flag was not the flag of the Confederacy. When the President of the Confederate States of America, Jefferson Davis, was in jail, Woodruff and his friend John Bell came to his aid. That's when the President of the Confederate States, Robert E. Lee, heard that Woodruff was coming to his office. He invited Woodruff to be a guest of honor at a banquet in his honor. This led to Woodruff becoming President. However, Woodruff never understood the way that a President works, and he didn't want to be one. So, the President gave him a job as a journalist, and Woodruff moved his family to New Orleans. After Woodruff's death, his daughter-in-law and his son-in-law, Billie, decided to make a movie about her father, which they did. This is also the movie that Billie talked about in the movie. Her father was a very, very strong woman. I can't think of a single thing wrong with the movie, and it is a very, very interesting movie. I highly recommend it.
Monday, 06 Apr 2020 04:55

It's funny how people see things differently. That's what I love about this documentary. The audience was divided into three groups. The first group was skeptics and they went in expecting a very funny, light hearted documentary. The second group was a mix of liberals and conservatives who had never heard of the idea of a woman being elected president. The third group had never heard of it and they were skeptical about the entire idea. They did not like the way they were portrayed by the rest of the audience. What surprised me most about the documentary is that I thought the first group of skeptics would come out with their heads turned around as they watched the documentary. They would have been talking to their friends about the documentary and how it would make them feel. The idea of a woman being elected president is not that crazy. The concept of women being chosen by men is a very deep one. I am not a feminist and I have never had that much to say about it. I guess you can say that this documentary is for the skeptics. It was kind of hard for me to laugh at the documentary, because I was so sure that the movie was going to be so great. What was different about this documentary was the way it was shown. I think this was a great way to show it. The viewers could see it as a documentary, but they could also see it as a film. It was like they were watching it on a big screen. I think it was one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I highly recommend it. It will make you laugh, and it will make you think.
Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 00:11

Yes, the stars are indeed very impressive. But, that's about it. All the content, even the dialogue, is very thin. As is the acting. Even the music is just as bad as the rest of the movie. There is no context, no purpose, just a bunch of people on a stage. If you don't like this movie, it is because you are not intelligent enough to figure out what is going on. If you do not understand this movie, it is because you are not intelligent enough to like it. The creators of this movie must have known that this would be a huge hit, because they tried to make it more "educational" than it actually is. They had to make it more "artsy" than it actually is. And they did not succeed. I am a very intelligent guy, but I did not understand what the hell was going on. I understand that what we see in this movie is real and that the audience is not supposed to, but I just did not understand how the audience could possibly have that much intelligence. I understand that there is a difference between what is true and what is fake, but I did not understand why that difference is so big. I don't know. I just don't know. That is the problem with this movie. It is not intelligent enough for the people who want to get the best possible entertainment out of it. I really think that the people who put this movie together must have been on crack or something. It is just so hard to watch, that they even made it worse by making it more "artsy" than it actually is. I thought that the people who made this movie were going to make a movie about being president of the United States, but instead they made a movie about being a person who does not really want to be president of the United States. It is a total waste of time.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 16:34

One of the best political documentaries I've ever seen. Because, I don't think I can say that. 'Busted' is a series of interviews and a documentary about the reasons why Barack Obama won the presidency, and why that was possible. We start out by talking to the people who made the decision to get this particular interview. They tell the story of how it all started. At the beginning, they explain that they wanted to be able to explain what they were doing, and what they were thinking, as a way to get people to understand how much they had done, and that it was a very personal thing for them. After the interview is over, they talk about what they would do in their own lives to help Obama out, and then they explain why they did what they did. There are lots of reasons for this. One of them is how he has a way of communicating with people. The way that he says things, is very inspiring. He is such a strong person, and he has such an incredible amount of charisma. He is able to bring people to his side, and to understand what he is saying. Another reason for this documentary is that it highlights the other candidates. The way that they are all interviewed, is very interesting. The way that they talk about Obama is very interesting. It shows how he has the most inspired of politicians, and how he is able to get people to follow him, because he is able to express himself so well, and that he has a very strong and brilliant sense of how to get things done. So, the documentary is very well done. I highly recommend this film, and I think that it is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. It's really great. 9/10


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