Sunday, July 22

The Campaign Trailer Impressions: Will Ferrell versus Zach Galifianakis in an All-Out Political War

The Campaign is a 2012 political comedy film directed by Jay Roach, distributed by Warner Bros., starring Will Ferrell, Zach Galifianakis, Dylan McDermott, Jason Sudeikis, Brian Cox, John Lithgow, Dan Aykroyd, Katherine LaNasa, Sarah Baker, and Josh Lawson. The Campaign is about two Southerners vying for a seat in Congress to represent their small district. It is slated for an August 10, 2012 US theatrical release. Let's check out what this political comedy starring two of Hollywood's funniest actors have in store for everyone.

The Campaign
Plot / Synopsis

The Campaign is about political rivals in a race for Congress in a North Carolina district. Incumbent congressman Cam Brady (Will Ferrell) makes a major public goof that forces a bunch of wealthy CEOs to put up a rival for his seat in Congress in the form of Marty Huggins (Zach Galifianakis), the director of the local Tourism Center.

Watch The Campaign movie trailer here:

The Campaign Official Movie Trailer Impressions
The Campaign Film Trailer Review

We have seen Hollywood tackle various political themes, but this time it would be on a more lighter side of things... or is it? When Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis plays as two rival politician in a comedy, you are definitely in for a ride.

We all know that politics is dirty, but it will get even dirtier with Ferrel and Galifianakis. These two politicians will stop at nothing to outplay each other to ultimately win the votes of the people, but at what cost? There are a few scenes shown in the trailer that made me laugh. one in particular is how Ferrel's character does this traditional politician's talk on who are the country's back bone. It was funny because I have seen that same junk over and over again. Absurd and preposterous at a comedic level, in some way this is the reality of politics. Do they really want to serve the people or their ego? But let's not get so serious with these, hopefully The Campaign can both make us (ordinary cistizens) laugh and give some of those in "higher position" some really valuable lessons and pointers on serving the people.

How about you guys, what can you say about this political comedy film starring Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis? Share your thoughts on the comments section below: