A small town waitress gets a nail accidentally lodged in her head causing unpredictable behavior that leads her to Washington, D.C., where sparks fly when she meets a clueless young senator who takes up her cause - but what happens when love interferes with what you stand for?
An original political satire about a naive small town waitress who accidentally gets a nail buried in her head, causing erratic and outrageous behavior that leads her to Washington DC. There she falls for a dashing, but clueless, Congressman who searches for the courage to save her. Written by
Director David O. Russell left the project in July 2010, after negotiations with financier Ron Tutor broke down. He was credited as "Stephen Greene," similar to the old "Alan Smithee" pseudonym used by directors who disown the final version of a film they may have directed at one point but were not able to exercise creative control over. See more »
When Scott talks to Alice while the Squaw Girls are camping out in front of the United States Capitol, the calamine lotion on her face changes shape and density repeatedly. See more »
What about you starting gentle like I asked, and then taking it at the angle that I really like?
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very creative comedy movie that mixes past and present day showing in a particular way average people needs that are not listened or understood by the government or politicians, showing that the one thing politicians want in the whole world is take advantage of their current jobs to get what the really want (more money and power)forgetting people^s real problems (and needs; besides lying people promising something they wont do. Jake and Jessica are fantastic as usually in their performances, but the real performance came from the director, i had a great time watching the movie, and clearly had an important message after all, never lose hope, fight for what you want perhaps some great might come along.
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