Last week, Joe Trippi Tweeted that he felt the Brad Pitt baseball movie 'Moneyball' was a better representation of Howard Dean's 2004 presidential campaign than this coming weekend's new release 'The Ides of March.' It was an interesting observation for a couple of reasons: Trippi was Dean's campaign manager during the former Vermont governor's failed election run in 2004 and -- more important -- 'The Ides of March' was partially inspired by the Dean campaign.
The Ides of March
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A press secretary becomes involved in a scandal that threatens his candidate's election chances. Read More

Based on 42 critics

A baseball manager (Brad Pitt) on a tight budget takes a new approach to assembling his team. Read More

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