Hyde Park on Hudson (2012) - Based on a private journals and diaries of Margaret Suckley - the sixth cousin of President Franklin D. Roosevelt who later became his mistress, this comedy biography film tells a story of the President during his frequent stay in his mother’s country estate in Hyde Park, New York which happened to be the place where the British Royal Family (King George VI and Queen Elizabeth) stayed during their first visit to America. The film is told in the point of view of Margaret Suckley (as known as Daisy in the film) as it evolves around her relationship with the President. However, the British Royal Family visit seems to be forced into the film out of context to make the movie interesting and funny by the awkward situations in preparation and having the Royal Family as guests in the house. The film thus loses direction and has no focus. The only notable performance comes from Bill Murray who masterfully portrays himself as President Roosevelt. All in all, it is too exhaustive to watch this film.