"One Hollywood exec said he wouldn't be surprised if the movie rights to the election of the century were already being negotiated. Its got all the ingredientsa mysterious electoral college, weird tabulating procedures, missing ballots, lawsuitsas well as photogenic lead characters."
M. Night Shyamalan
In this supernatural
thriller from the creator of "The Sixth Sense," an
election is not what it seems. Gore (Bruce Willis) is haunted
by the memory of losing Palm Beach County by a narrow margin.
His son, Al Gore III (Brad Renfro) tells him, "I see missing
ballots." An election law expert (Samuel L. Jackson) tries
to find the truth. Please do not reveal the surprise ending
(Gov. Carnahan is dead!).
the Grinch Stole the Election
(Abe Vigoda) plots to steal away as many votes as possible
from the gentle Gores in Goreville (Tennessee). Aided by loyal
Cindy Lou-Who (Ani Difranco), Nader-Grinch seeks to confuse
the voting populace with his tales of giant corporations and
in the Dark
Lars von Trier
An elderly Florida woman (Bjork) gradually loses her eyesight while casting the deciding Palm Beach vote.
Michael Bay. Prod. Jerry Bruckheimer
Fade in: The terrorist bombing of the USS Cole ($30 million). Cut to: A retirement community in Palm Beach, Florida, which explodes ($25 million). Cut to: Al Gore (Nicolas Cage) and George W. Bush (Ving Rhames) engaged in martial-arts combat atop the U.S. Capitol ($16 million). Fade out to end credits ($11 million).
A Miami stripper (Yasmine Bleeth) becomes involved in an erotic triangle with two presidential candidates (David Caruso and Kyle MacLachlan). On the eve of the election, she chooses her allegiance to one, and the other demands a recount.
Woody Allen Fall 2000 Project
Al Gore (Stanley
Tucci), a neurotic presidential candidate, has to take stock
of his life when his rival (Sean Penn) wins the election. But
a strange fortuneteller (Judy Davis) helps Gore go back in time
and teach comical Jewish retirees how to fill out their ballots
correctly. Only after Gore falls in love with a beautiful but
klutzy ballot designer (Natasha Lyonne) does he find true happiness.
9 From Palm Beach
Aliens, posing as "chads," try to take over the democratic process by re-animating the residents of Palm Beach retirement condos. Starring Bela Lugosi as George W. Bush, Tor Johnson as Karl Rove and a piece of aluminum-covered cardboard dangling from a string as Al Gore.
Also in production:
Few Good Democrats
Rob Reiner, Prod. Harvey Weinstein
Something About Cheney
Dir. Bobby and Peter Farrelly
Cha Gu Shi (a.k.a. Ballot Attack Fury)
Disputed Hole (a.k.a. The Swinging Chad)
This film is rated NC-17.
Election Chaos 2000