Featuring a far better cast than the slim script deserves, the inspired pairing of TV star Ray Romano and Oscar winner Gene Hackman yields a genially toothless political satire. And where's the fun in that? Two-term President of the United States Monroe "Eagle" Cole (Hackman) is leaving the White House with the highest approval ratings since JFK; not even a midterm divorce dented his extraordinary popularity. As part of the settlement, his piranha of an ex-wife, Charlotte (Christine Baranski), is getting their house in Baltimore. So Cole is retiring to their summer home in idyllic, small-town Mooseport, where he plans to do what most former presidents have done upon ...