If you’re an election maniac or fond of politics then here we have five political movies for you on Netflix, including 2009’s ‘In the Loop’. To stream your favorite one Download Netflix App from www.netflixdownload.com
The film centers on American and British government officials trying to prevent a war, and all the backdoor manipulations involved in this process. Those familiar with Veepshould be right at home with the amount of profanity and silliness in this Oscar-nominated film.
The series is mostly told through the eyes of President Josiah Bartlet's (Martin Sheen) advisers and staffers as they deal with all manner of the political landscape, both good and bad. Key episodes include "Two Cathedrals", "Posse Comitatus" and "In ExcelsisDeo".
The U.S. version of House of Cards takes politics to the extreme, with our main characters, Frank (Kevin Spacey) and Claire Underwood (Robin Wright) being some of the most manipulative and conniving in all of government.
In this film, the depressed President of the United States (Dennis Quaid) agrees to be on the American Idol-like reality show American Dreamz as terrorists plot to use this to their advantage.
Lee Daniels' The Butler offers a glimpse at American history as seen through the eyes of (fictional) butler Cecil Gaines (Forest Whitaker), who serves eight different U.S. presidents throughout his career.
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