|Release Date:||October 30, 2015|
|Review Date:||November 7, 2015|
I'd give it a 6, tops.
What is it lately with disillusioned yet over-the-top and self-absorbed female characters?
Our Brand Is Crisis suffers the same fate as Truth: too many Taylor Swift moments, where the actress stands there, coyly, as if to ponder the meaning of life while basking in the lights.
If you're in the mood for a similarly themed yet successful movie about politics, authenticity, and finding one's path, look no further than 2012's No starring Gael Garcia Bernal. It accomplished far more with less budget, and you'll leave feeling satisfied, not frustrated.