Charlotte Field (Charlize Theron) is one of the most influential businesswomen of the planet. Purposeful, clever, charming, she is good in any business that she undertakes. Fred Flarsky (Seth Rogen)is a talented but eccentric and self-destructive journalist. They have nothing in common except that she is his first love.
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And over the years, they meet again by chance. Fred charms Charlotte, and she unexpectedly for everyone (and for herself) hires him as a speechwriter for her election campaign. Their reunion launches a chain of dizzyingly ridiculous and dangerous global events.
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What if a wealthy person who has already achieved career, power, and respect in life, and also plans for a high rank, will get in touch with a sloppy guy writing articles living a frivolous lifestyle? Anarchy will happen!
For US Secretary of State Charlotte Field (Theron), fate threw a great gift: current and very short-sighted President Chambers, who also plays himself in a popular series, decides to leave his post in favor of a career in a big movie. The president considers Charlotte as the successor. Now we need to carry out a number of political initiatives, each of which should be accompanied by a bright speech. Their author will be the journalist Fred Larsky (Rogen), who knew Charlotte from childhood and almost all his life was in love with her.
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The love story of two characters, who seem to be categorically inappropriate for each other, is a fairly common kind of romcom. However, this time, it turns out to be a little funnier, more inventive, and more relaxing than its competitors. In many ways, this is the merit of the leading roles: there is chemistry between them.
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Log Shot – unexpectedly cute rom-com. Rogen and Theron really look like people from different worlds, but at the same time work great in a pair. Curious locations (New York, Manila, Latin America) do not give boredom, successful jokes not only follow each other without pauses but are present in abundance. This is a fun and frivolous movie that, nevertheless, finds the strength and time to criticize contemporary American politics.
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