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Daniel Jones over 2 years ago
In Trump's world, I think there's going to be a surge in popularity for this one.
Tony Gandía over 3 years ago
Sharp telling of the uncovering of political corruption; masterful acting/direction
Sandra Kinzer 4 years ago
Engaging, exciting film on investigative journalism.
Dominic Dirupo over 5 years ago
Real slow burner but a good tense 70s thriller
Austin over 5 years ago
One of the best films ever made.
Peter Renshaw 6 years ago
'Who did you say? ' 'He's on deep background, I call him deep... throat.'
Matteo Satta over 1 year ago
Haydn Line over 1 year ago
Michelle Roussell over 1 year ago
Jonathan Evans almost 3 years ago
Shawn Balcomb over 3 years ago
Nicole McKeon almost 4 years ago
Kieran Lyne 4 years ago
João Santos 4 years ago
Nikolas over 4 years ago
Daniel McCoy over 4 years ago
frank mint over 4 years ago
sam szulman almost 5 years ago
All the President's Men is a 1976 Academy Award-winning political thriller film based on the 1974 non-fiction book of the same name by Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, the two journalists investigating the Watergate scandal for The Washington Post. The film starred Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman as Woodward and Bernstein, respectively; it was produced by Walter Coblenz, written by William Goldman, and directed by Alan J. Pakula. In June 1972, a security guard (Frank Wills, playing himself) at the Watergate complex finds a door kept unlocked with tape. The police arrest burglars in the Democratic National Committee headquarters within the complex. The Washington Post assigns new reporter Bob Woodward to the unimportant story. Woodward learns that the five men—four Cuban-Americans from Miami and James W. McCord, Jr.—had bugging equipment and have their own "country club" attorney. McCord identifies himself in court as having recently left the Central Intelligence Agency, and the...
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