To be honest, I didn't really know what to expect from this flick but, with such an all-star cast, I really had to watch it at some point. It is rather tricky to describe the damned thing but I did like it, that's for sure. Basically, it was a really unbelievable political satire dealing with some paranormal 'things' and the weirdest thing is that some of those events might have actually really happened. When watching this feature, it did remind me of 'The Hunting Party'. Indeed, both movies were based on actual events which were quite fascinating but, in both movies, it seemed that the makers didn't trust the material enough and felt compelled to add some fictionalized aspects but, in my opinion, it actually undermined the impact of the story. Here, it is obvious that they didn't take the story seriously at all but, as a result, why should the viewer take it seriously then? Still, I did like the damned thing. Indeed, there were some hilarious moments and those 4 acting masters (George Clooney, Ewan McGregor, Jeff Bridges, Kevin Spacey) were all in great shape. There was even one scene when they were all together in one room and it was for me some kind of cinematic climax. Anyway, to conclude, even though it never reached its fullpotential, it was still a really fun flick and it is definitely worth a look, especially if you like the genre.