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FCW Insider: March movie Madness... the next battle


For those of you just joining us, we are continuing FCW's March (government movie) Madness with a bracket approach to determining the best government-themed movie.

We are still in the first round of movies, but we move on to the second batch of competitions. Go vote for your favorites... fcw.com/polls.

Here are the results from the first set of competitions:

* American President defeated Dave (59 percent vs. 41 percent)

* Air Force One defeated Murder at 1600 (73 percent vs. 27 percent)

* Mr. Smith Goes to Washington defeated Charlie Wilson's War (63 percent vs. 38 percent)

So the next three competitions, open now at fcw.com/polls. ...

* No Way Out (1987) vs Enemy of the State (1998)

* War Games (1983) vs Mars Attacks (1996)

* Breach (2007) vs The Good Shepherd (2006)

Vote for your favorites at fcw.com/polls. We'll close this one on Friday afternoon. (The previous polls remain open, but we're not including further votes.)


Posted on Mar 19, 2008 at 12:17 PM


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