All the President's Men
Drama • PG • 1976 • 2 hr 18 min
Filmmaking at its finest. A potentially boring story is made engaging with amazing cinematography that visually symbolizes what’s happening.
Great great journalism film. Well crafted
Great cast in an important movie but it’s not as entertaining as it is informative
Good performances. Interesting to see how stories developed with so little technology.
Great movie about a real event! If you like journalism definitely watch this!
Beautifully crafted and filmed in a very interesting way. A very well done retelling of Watergate with plenty of humor mixed in.
An example of fuck around and find out - Hoffman is a powerhouse.
A very good movie with Redford and Hoffman. Follows the story of Watergate and the happenings surrounding it.
A fast paced look at how quick a news publisher can bring out the truth. The detail put in the look of the scenes is not seen in films now.
Great historical movie of perseverance against seemingly impossible odds. Wild story. Just wish payoff at end wasn’t so abrupt.
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