All the King’s Men
A remake of a 1949 movie, All the King's Men stars Sean Penn as Willie Stark, a depression era politician whose campaign ambitions turn into a personal quest for power. A violent shooting makes it an unlikely pick for kids. It's also too long and too confusing -- likely because we can't understand half of what Sean Penn is saying in his Louisiana accent.
|MPAA Rating||PG-13 intense sequence of violence, sexual content and partial nudity|
|Theatrical Release||September 21, 2006|
|Cast||Broderick Crawford, John Ireland|
|2006 Sony Pictures|
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