The film "Wag the Dog" was released in theaters last month. It's about a female secret agent who goes undercover, working as a domestic terrorist. I'm sure you've heard of her - or at least saw some of her TV commercials. Let me tell you what you need to know before you see this movie.
Online. You can find the trailer for the film right online at IMDb. Don't forget that this is the same company that hosts trailers for "The Walking Dead." That's what you'll see when you search for the words "Wag the Dog" on YouTube.
There are some good things about the trailer for "Wag the Dog," including the fact that it contains some very interesting shots of the actress who plays the main character in the film, played by Reese Witherspoon. But you should be aware that she also makes a few bad choices when playing a secret agent - like wearing the wrong uniform.
If you really want to know about how the female secret agent works, you should read the book, "The Secret." A lot of information is revealed in that book, and it really is quite enlightening. You should definitely read it.
I'm sure you can relate to the idea that the movie isn't very entertaining. This is a bit of a downer for those looking for a lighthearted movie with plenty of laughs. The movie takes place during a time when a woman in the CIA (or the FBI) is having problems with her husband. She becomes a terrorist to get him back.
I'm not saying that the movie is bad. I'm just trying to point out that if you want to learn more about the female secret agent you watch, you should definitely look into the book and movie. before seeing the film.
If there is one bad thing about the movie, it's the ending. This is a minor gripe, but you do have to admit that there are some scenes in the movie that end way too abruptly. They make me think of the "twist ending" from the Harry Potter books, where something major happens and we're left wondering if we're going to get a sequel.
This film is a definite "Wag the Dog" movie, and you'll enjoy it, but you should wait until you've had some time to read the book and watch the movie. before you see this one.
Don't wait until the movie gets an Oscar nomination before you see this one. It's just one of those rare, niche films where the trailer is worth the price of admission.