Often, Hollywood gets political. Stars speak out on issues; movies have messages. But here we bring you a case of politics going Hollywood. In honor of Oscars The Chris Matthews Show re-envisioned tonight’s front-runner for Best Picture — the silent, black-and-white ode to nostalgia The Artist — as a film starring Mitt Romney titled “Mitt: Better Off Mute.” So how does Mitt do when he’s (mostly) non-verbal. Check it out. Watch for wonder-dog Uggie and dashing Frenchman star Jean Dujardin.
And for comparison, watch the original Artist trailer as well.
We’d still pick Dujardin to star in our movie over Romney. And we’d pick Uggie over them all.
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