3.13.2012

Game Change vs. Real Life



Some poor soul has taken the clips of Julianne Moore portraying Sarah Palin in Game Change and then sought out the real news footage of Sarah Palin that those clips were based upon.

Hey, I don't expect you to watch all 10 minutes (I didn't), but what I did watch was pretty amazing.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

I thought we decided she isn't relevant.

Anonymous said...

Sarah Palin rocks!


Must curl some toes to know that she's so popular that people want to imitate her.

Triple Fake... said...

Is there an echo in here?...in here?

Triple Fake Re-Pete

Anonymous said...

I got through an exhausting one minute and 36 seconds. So shrill.

wordkyle said...

Yeah, remember that "Bush doctrine" that everyone was talking about before the Palin interview?

Right, no one else does, either.

Anonymous said...

If that amazes you skippy, you might want to get out more. Isn't that what actors and actresses do, imitate other people? You can't swing a cat on a street corner without hitting someone that with a little effort and the same resources, can do the same thing. As always, we have a lefty that is enamored with a Hollywood actress.

Anonymous said...

I would bang either or both at the same time.

Anonymous said...

Julianne should get an award. For overacting.

The Devil said...

It is amazing to me how much we are hearing about the likes of Sarah Palin and Bush in the media these days. The liberal media is spending signifigant time on those with little relevance to the upcoming elections. I wonder why?

Anonymous said...

It's amazing how these liberals posing as objective reporters will give an unknown conservative running for national office something akin to a Spanish Inquisition.....but they'll foam at the mouth with awe when interviewing a liberal running for office (one who also hadn't completed a full term in the U.S. Senate and whose own past is still somewhat mysterious).

CT said...

Aww, I will always think of Julianne as the broad who got dumped by Bruce Springsteen for an even uglier broad...

Anonymous said...

4:32...My thoughts exactly.

RPM said...

Nailed it. Emmy nod for sure dontcha know.

wordkyle said...

RPM - Well of course. After all, Al Gore won an Oscar and a Nobel for service to the Liberal cause. And Obama won a Nobel for...what was it again? Oh yeah, for what the Nobel committee thought he'd do.

RPM said...

Word, you saying she did not nail the role? Did you watch the side by side of actual Palin footage? It's hard to play a famous character, much less a living one. I think she gave a stunning performance in a very difficult role.

Nice to see you don't let your personal politics sway your opinions of someones performance, because that would just be biased and petty.

wordkyle said...

RPM, your observations have nothing to do with my comment. Your pretending to ignore the influence of Liberal politics in the game of Hollywood mutual back-patting is -- how shall I say it? -- biased and petty.

Anonymous said...

1126, good weed huh?

Anonymous said...

I liked "Whose nailin' Palin?" better!

Anonymous said...

RPM you poor poor human.

ANYONE can nail an imitation of another person with training and research.

(Shaking head) Please tell me how it is for someone to live with a can't do mentality? I've never had that problem.