My Fellow Americans
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Two former U. S. Presidents, hated rivals, join forces to expose the current, corrupt President at the risk of their lives.... (Full plot summary below)

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Two former U. S. Presidents, hated rivals, join forces to expose the current, corrupt President at the risk of their lives.

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Internet Reviews - 8/10 by Steve RhodesI laughed, and I laughed hard from start to finish.
Wall Street Journal - 8/10 by Joe MorgensternI'd cheerfully vote the writers, director and producers of My Fellow Americans out of office.
Empire - 8/10 by Jake HamiltonThe plot pulls you along at breakneck speed, so the plausibility of two US leaders on the lam matters not a jot. What does matter, however, is the excellent script which has a kiss-off line at least once every five seconds and keeps the mush down to an absolute minimum.
Miami Herald - 8/10 by Jackie PottsMy Fellow Americans, doesn't get to the heart of any issue, constitutional, legislative or otherwise. But it has a fine time imagining our leaders as bumbling, thin-skinned, ultimately likable misfits who are as lost on the American highway as everybody else.
The A.V. Club - 7/10 by Stephen ThompsonThe execution is decidedly wobbly, with too many telegraphed, poorly paced jokes, too much Grumpy Old Men-style insult humor, and too many schmaltzy scenes. But Garner and Jack Lemmon have enough charisma, and there are enough solid laughs, to mostly overcome My Fellow Americans' embarrassing moments and improbable ending.
San Francisco Examiner - 7/10 by Walter V. AddiegoThe film has nothing going for it but the sentimental appeal of seeing two popular veteran actors riffing with each other.
Austin Chronicle - 7/10 by Russell SmithThis is one of those movies where you often find yourself laughing as much in solidarity with its good feelings and intentions as in response to its bravura displays of wit and comedic flair.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 6/10 by Rick GroenThe picture seems to have been intended as a political satire, but only a Hollywood executive could mistake it for the real thing.
San Francisco Chronicle - 6/10 by Mick LaSalleA pleasing but mediocre film, with a great cast, a great story and a misguided script.
Sacramento Bee - 6/10 by Joe BaltakeA shameless variation on the Grumpy Old Men films.

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