7 comments on “Review: The Ides of March (2011)

  1. I found the ending unsatisfing is will say I will. Any who likes the ending. Please give me just one reason you do.

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    • I liked the contrast of how as Stephen’s eyes are opening to the political world around him, his immediate surroundings are darkness and shadows, then he’s lit up as we’re seeing the new more savvy Stephen.

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      • Sorry but I was hoping to have a more up lifting ending. But not just for myself but for all Americans to feel more positive about out political system. People espcially Minorities in America have to that they can effect change by participating in politics at least by voting. Flims can make a big difference in how people feel about the future. Surely you have heard of the negative effects of BIRTH OF A NATION at the turn of the century. If not, I am sure your Great Grandfather felt the effects of it.

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