The Plame Affair is a story that’s brimming with drama.  It features international intrigue, marital tension, espionage, and betrayal by our own government.  Director Doug Liman believes that in Fair Game he can capture that drama as long as he doesn’t hold the camera steady.  The pacing is uneven, the characters are poorly drawn, and the historical impact of the scandal barely reverberates.  Rather than ignite shock and outrage in the audience at the shocking and outrageous retaliation by the Bush Administration against Joe Wilson, Fair Game is a tepid movie that wastes its talented lead actors and can never find the drama that surrounded its real-life events.

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