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I never went to university https://accesshops.com youtube videos A huge problem, in my opinion, is the cast. At some point director Lee Daniels or some hotshot producer got the idea that it would be cool to have each of the presidents played by a different famous actor. Thus, as we are introduced to Eisenhower on the eve of his sending troops to Little Rock, Arkansas to desegregate the high school, we realize that the president is being played by Robin Williams. Not badly, necessarily, but itâs immediately obvious Iâm watching Robin Williams, and I was taken completely out of the story. At least Williams didnât attempt to be showy. John Cusak as Nixon and Liev Shrieber as Johnson are mere caricatures - less performances than a series of facile and silly cliches. James Marsden, as Kennedy, felt like a little kid dressed in his dadâs suit, and Alan Rickman, was Professor Snape in a Reagan wig. Perhaps wisely, though odd for a movie with so little restraint, there is no actor playing Ford or Carter, their time on screen devoted to news clips and the like.
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