2016's election year will have to be marked as the year we all unfriend on Facebook, ranted, groaned and dropped our jaws. In short, debates around Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have made this the year of absolute zero chill. As the clock counts down to the big election tomorrow, take some time to check out the best political films of all time.
Mr Smith Goes To Washington
Starring Jimmy Stewart taking on the world of corruption as a new politico.
All The President's Men
Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman star as the lead investigators of the Watergate Scandal.
The American President
Michael Douglas plays the commander in chief who falls hard for a lobbyist.
The Ides of March
Ryan Gosling stars in this take on the 2004 Democratic primary
Daniel Day-Lewis stars as the ill-fated president.
Clear and Present Danger
Harrison Ford discovering that the CIA can't be trusted is the ultimate election thriller
Wag The Dog
The film stars Dustin Hoffman and Robert De Niro, with Anne Heche and follows a Washington, D.C. spin doctor who, mere days before a presidential election, distracts the electorate from a sex scandal by faking a war with Albania.
Reese Witherspoon is Tracey Flick, the most annoying girl you ever met in high school.