Our Brand Is Crisis (2015) Synopsis
A Bolivian presidential candidate failing badly in the polls enlists the firepower of an elite American management team, led by the deeply damaged but still brilliant strategist “Calamity” Jane Bodine.
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Movie Reviews

Horrible Movie

By Jamesmichael03
The actors in the movie were awful, and the story was kind of ignorant?...

Great movie

By Mickeymousemellie
I loved it!! Sandra Bullock and Billy Bob Thornton together Das awesome combination!!!...

Our brand is a snoozer!

By wcapurro
Cynical! Unfocused! A typical Hollywood lashing out against something.... but they obviously couldn't figure out what....

Our Brand Is Crisis disappoints...

By Raggyreed
I had hoped for a solid Sandra Bullock performance and saw a wishy-washy, unpolished character you were never sure if she was the protagonist or the antagonist. Jane Bodine was a mess to begin with...

Disagree with reviews

By adri1003
I actually really enjoyed the film. It was funny and fun, well made and had great performances. I say go....

Our Brand is Crisis

By Guyguy Delatour
1 star. One of Sandra Bullocks worse performance. the movie fell short of expectation. the one thing she did well and consistently is smoke and eat junk food. Even mooning on the bus was silly....

Brand Of Crisis

By tbyrd534
I'm a huge SB fan...but boy oh boy....she shouldn't have done this movie. I go to the movies a lot!! And I must say this movie was boring. I watched it with four other friends and we couldn't wait to...

Might want to wait for video release.

By geopatdow
Other than cinematography, the movie was slow, boring and predictable. Acting was very average even from the great Sandra Bullock. It was like they took a movie that has been done several times and...


By sam2lucky13
Previews are better than the movie...

By jmccabe25
Thought the movie would be better. All star cast and I expected more....

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Rated R | For Some Sexual References and Language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Fascinating but uneven political drama has strong language.
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