Presidents' Day in Movie Culture: 'Hillary Gump,' Channing Tatum As Teddy Roosevelt, Spielberg's 'Obama' and More

Presidents' Day in Movie Culture: 'Hillary Gump,' Channing Tatum As Teddy Roosevelt, Spielberg's 'Obama' and More

Feb 20, 2017

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for Presidents' Day-related movie culture.

 

Brad Neeley's NSFW animated short Washington is still hilarious after a thousand viewings:

 

The Impatient Lincoln takes one part of Steven Spielberg's Lincoln a long way:

 

This poster parodying Walking Tall and starring Channing Tatum as Teddy Roosevelt was made in response to the Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter movie. I still want to see this one more.

 

Ronald Reagan may have been the first Hollywood actor to become president, but he wasn't the first movie star. We can count Dwight D. Eisenhower, who starred in the classic feature documentary The True Glory due to his World War II hero status. Watch the whole feature below.

 

Richard Nixon and Vice President Spiro Agnew are lampooned in this classic Mad magazine spoof of the poster for The Sting:

 

This collection of classic movie bloopers is filled with Ronald Reagan flubbing his lines:

 

Twenty years ago, Hillary Clinton parodied Forrest Gump with a brief appearance from Bill Clinton at the end:

 

"Sir" Mike Tyson helps George W. Bush with his pronunciation in the following The King's Speech parody:

 

Here's another parody of The King's Speech, also titled The President's Speech, but this one targets Barack Obama:

 

Barack Obama pretends to be Daniel Day-Lewis portraying Barack Obama in a new Lincoln-inspired biopic from Steven Spielberg;

 

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