What's Your Favorite Political Movie?

It's Oscar night!

In honor of ABC hosting the Academy Awards, "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" wondered ... what are our viewers' all-time favorite political movies?

On Oscar Sunday, we announced on "This Week" which political movie was most popular with you.

You picked "All The President's Men" with Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman about two Washington Post reporters uncovering the Watergate scandal that eventually brought down the Nixon Administration.

George Stephanopoulos' all-time favorite political movie? The Seduction of Joe Tynan (1979).

Have your say! What's your favorite political movie? Join the debate!

You can vote HERE, or if you have your own favorite not on our list, click on "View Poll" and tell us in the comments section.

During the "Green Room" segment last Sunday after the show, our "This Week" roundtable got into the spirit and divulged their favorite political movies:

George Will: The Candidate (1972)

Donna Brazile: Primary Colors (1998)

Sam Donaldson: Dr. Strangelove (1964)

Cokie Roberts: All The Kings Men (1949)

We look forward to your vote.

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