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Always be wary of a trailer that uses the Creedence Clearwater Revival song, ‘Fortunate Son’. Now don’t get us wrong, we don’t want millions of e-mails getting stuck into us about how we don’t like Creedence. We love Creedence. We’re just saying that Fortunate Son is Hollywood’s go to for jazzing up politicalish trailers and films and it’s about time they move on. If alarm bells don’t go off when you’re watching a film or a trailer and Fortunate Son plays then perhaps you need to have a long, hard look at yourself.
We’re excited for Our Brand Is Crisis because of the director, David Gordon Green. We’re certainly not excited about the title. Your brand is crisis, eh?….um, ok…good brand, we guess. Sandra Bullock is in this film. We’re not sure what that means. Once upon a time, it would have meant awful things. But then she was in Gravity and she wasn’t half bad. So now, we’re just alone, scared and confused about how we feel about things. Our brand is film criticism.
“In 2002, American-educated Bolivian politician Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada hires Washington, D.C. based James Carville’s political consulting firm Greenberg Quinlan Rosner to help him win the 2002 Bolivian presidential election. Carville works as Greenberg Carville Shrum (GCS) using American political campaign strategies and the election sees Lozada ahead of Evo Morales and helps him win.”
Our Brand Is Crisis stars Sandra Bullock, Billy Bob Thornton, Scoot McNairy, Anthony Mackie, Joaquim de Almeida and Ann Dowd and is set for release in October, 2015.
Check out the trailer below –