For most Americans, Election Day meant nothing more than hitting the polls and waiting to see who would triumph. But for a small group of politically active students at Georgetown, Election Day was the climax of months spent phone banking, sign-blitzing and getting out the vote for campaigns from Virginia to Maryland and all the way out to Kentucky.
There are very few movies I would unreservedly recommend before seeing them. Even fewer are so well publicized and eagerly anticipated that they aren’t in need of such recommendations. Borat accomplishes the impressive feat of fitting into both of those categories.