Washingtonian
Date: 2012-02-24
Author: Alison Kitchens

Article Mentions
Author, Alison Kitchens
Mentioned, Julianne Moore
Mentioned, Bill Clinton
Mentioned, Ed Harris
Mentioned, John McCain
Mentioned, Joe Biden
Mentioned, John Heilemann
Mentioned, Mark Halperin
Mentioned, Sarah Palin
Mentioned, HBO
Julianne Moore gives human dimension to Palin in the film based on the bestselling political book. Ed Harris as John McCain and Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin in Game Change. Photograph courtesy of HBO. Loyalists from the Sarah Palin camp, including current and former aides, have complained about the upcoming HBO film Game Change, because they say it is not an accurate or flattering portrayal of the former GOP vice presidential candidate. Reportedly not one has seen the film. I have, and I think they should see it before commenting further. In the capable hands of Julianne Moore, Palin becomes more than the caricature often painted of her; she is given flesh and bone dimension. Whether its flattering is not the issue, really, but it is sympa...(read more)
... gives human dimension to Palin in the film based on the bestselling political book. Ed Harris as John McCain and as Sarah Palin in Game Change. Photograph courtesy of HBO. Loyalists from the Sarah Palin camp, including current and former aides, have ...
... for example, and no Democrats really, except for Obama in news footage. Moore is onscreen for most of the two-hour film, which debuts on HBO Saturday, March 10. ...


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