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Title: The Ghost Writer 

Year Of Release: 2010

Review Date: March 31, 2011

Rating: PG-13

Running time: 128 minutes

Box Office Gross: $60,012,087

   Site Rating: 3 out of 10 stars 

The "Ghost Writer" stars Ewan McGregor and Pierce Brosnan, in a movie that is a complete dig at former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair. This thinly veiled fact is poorly hidden. Brosnan stars as the Blair-esque British Prime Minister, Adam Lang, who helped to facilitate illegal, White House ordered renditions of world citizens. The Prime Minister is brought up on criminal charges for this misconduct by an international tribunal.

Spolier alert: Lang's wife, a university educated professional, also bears resemblance to Cherie Blair, the spouse of Tony Blair. In the film, she is accused of being a treacherous, murderous CIA spy that was recruited during her university days to control Lang. The film even has a Condoleezza Rice look alike as the U.S. Secretary of State. They really were not trying to hide what they were insinuating with this film. 

McGregor's character, the Ghost Writer, is hired to assist Lang in completing his memoirs. However, the scandal breaks, regarding criminal charges, just as they begin the book, endangering his very life.

The Ghost Writer is directed by pedophile filmmaker, Roman Polanski. I would not have watched this film had I realized it, but I found out afterwards, after missing the opening credits.


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