Matt Damon Does A Bill Clinton Impression While Looking Like A 1960's Bureaucrat

"I. Did not. Have. Sexual. Relations. With. Matt Damon." I always figured Matt Damon was a funny guy, but this Bill Clinton impression does nothing to prove that. I wonder where I was going with that... Anyway, he does a mean impression of Clinton, which doesn't mean he's funny (just ask Frank Caliendo or Darrell Hammond), but it's moderately enjoyable than, say, The Good Shepherd.

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An edge of your seat thriller about doing science. In The Martian, Matt Damon once again plays an astronaut left stranded with little hope of rescue. But this time he's pretty likable and far less murder-y. During a space station evacuation, an accident strands Damon's Mark Watney on Mars which, according to TripAdvisor, is impossible to survive. With his chances slim, he sets out to make Mars habitable for the for years it will take rescue to arrive. Meanwhile, we're also told the story of his crew mates who risk their lives to save him. Which makes me feel pretty bad. I won't even help my co-workers get a cab.


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