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All The President's Men(1976)

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  • All The President's Men

    • Eric A
    • 3/13/14

    **** Hoffman, Redford, Robards superb, in their prime. Strong supporting cast.

  • All the President's Men

    • Dashiell Barnes
    • 10/28/12

    A thrilling adaptation of Bob Woodward & Carl Bernstein's unearthing of the Watergate scandal. Bernstein & Woodward begin reporting a break-in at Watergate, only to uncover Nixon's corrupt government. Hoffman & Woodward play-off each other magnificently as the two reporters, Robbards won his first Oscar as Ben Bradlee & Alexander was nominated for her brief performance as a bookeeper. Additional awards were given to Goldman's adaptation, the production design & sound, creating a thriller that manages to be exciting even though we know what happens. Overall this film is a reminder of the importance we plac in investigative journalism. I give it a 5/5.

  • Five Star Film in every way!

    • RedRain
    • 10/26/12

    Good grief! As many times as this film has been shown, I find it difficult to believe nobody has commented on it yet - including myself! I've seen this film at least two dozen times and it never fails to show me something new. Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein are responsible for flooding colleges of journalism throughout the country because of their coverage of the Watergate scandal. You cannot underestimate the impact of this film on this nation! It shows us the extraordinary lengths to which Woodward & Bernstein went to, had to go to, in order to break this story. The coverup is here in detail, the liaison with Deep Throat is here, the players are all present, including "all the President's men." I read the book first and then saw the film and very few details are missing. Redford & Hoffman give one of their best performances here. Jason Robards, as the wily and very courageous Executive Editor of the Washington Post, Ben Bradlee, is compelling. Those of us who lived through the entire nightmare of Watergate cannot emphasize enough how grateful this nation should be to these three men. It's difficult to watch this film without thinking it must be fiction. We know it is real but it is hard to accept even all these years later! This film is a primer for all political journalists!

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