The Oath (2018)

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In a politically divided America, a man struggles to make it through the Thanksgiving holiday without destroying his family.

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  • Nora Dunn and Tiffany Haddish in The Oath (2018)
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  • Ike Barinholtz and Tiffany Haddish in The Oath (2018)
  • Jon Barinholtz and Meredith Hagner in The Oath (2018)
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6 January 2019 | Prophetik
4
| Funny but not sure where the plot was headed ?
Seemed like a waste of a movie it didn't go anywhere really and then it just ended, it was funny but also went into a severe decline that made no sense the only thing funny was the fact they're really people out their who let the news and politics control their lifes...other then that not the best

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Trivia

The oath that is the basis for this movie's plot has several real precedents from U.S. history. In March 1947, President Harry S. Truman signed United States Executive Order 9835, which required U.S. government employees to swear that they were not members of any organizations that were deemed "subversive" and it authorized widespread investigations to search for "incriminating" details in government employees' pasts, including homosexuality. More commonly known as the "Truman Loyalty Order," it was largely driven by paranoia about the possibility of Soviet and other communist infiltration in government and other American institutions and is now seen as an early incident in the period known as the Red Scare. Another famous American loyalty oath was the Levering Act of 1950, a California state law that required every state employee to sign a statement attesting that they were not communists or members of any group that advocated the overthrow of the U.S. government. The University of California Board of Regents fired 31 professors (despite their tenured status) who refused to sign the oath on grounds of academic freedom and freedom of speech. The dismissals were eventually reversed by the California Supreme Court, but only after several years and lawsuits. As of 2018, several U.S. states still require their employees to sign loyalty oaths.


Quotes

Mason: If it wasn't for people like me, people like YOU would be slaves to people like me.


Goofs

When Chris and Alice are smoking a joint, they both smoke it like a cigarette. Neither inhales.


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Just You Wait and See
Performed by The Pretenders
Written by Kenneth Ruffin
Courtesy of Carnival Records
By arrangement with Westwood Music Group

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Comedy | Thriller

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