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All the President's Men
Genre: Drama / History / Thriller
Director(s): Alan J. Pakula
Release Date: 01 January 1976
Movie rating: 8.0
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What is the movie All the President's Men about?
Alan J Pakula’s 1976 political thriller “All the President’s Men” was met with universal acclaim and was one of the biggest box office hits of the year. Based on real life events, it follows the events which have lead to what was to become the famous “Watergate” scandal. The Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward (Robert Redford) is assigned to follow a burglary case in the Watergate complex where the Democratic National Committee was located at the time. The burglary was conducted by four Cuban Americans from Miami and James W. McCord, a former CIA agent. Woodward connects the burglary to some of the closest associates of the newly re-elected president Richard Nixon. Suspecting there’s more to the story, Woodward’s editor pairs him with Carl Bernstein (Dustin Hoffman), another journalist at the Post. Through Woodward’s high ranking anonymous government source named “Deep Throat” the two receive clues about the importance of the burglary, and the story begins to unravel. Through persistent inquiry and disregard for their own personal safety, Woodward and Bernstein will shed the light on how the Nixon’s administration spent election funds to finance a smear campaign against Nixon’s democratic presidential opponent. The movie ends with Woodward and Bernstein’s story going into press, and in a later montage of news headlines we see how their work has led to the ultimate resignation of president Nixon and the inauguration of Gerald Ford.
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Balthasar Hunt @ 02-Sep-2014 20:37 Report a spam

This one of the best detective movies I've ever seen. Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman have great chemistry and give us two of the their most memorable performances. The movie is a very believable portrayal not just of the Watergate Scandal but of newspaper culture in general.

Eligio Rautakorpi @ 02-Sep-2014 20:36 Report a spam

The movie is excellent, it keeps you on the edge of your seat. I especially like the scenes where Woodward is meeting with deep throat in the garage dimly lit, it is an exciting touch of conspiracy.

Noam Bishop @ 02-Sep-2014 20:35 Report a spam

Whenever I watch this movie I am always struck by it for several different reasons. One is the fact that this is a look into the recent history of the United States. Thirty years ago, Richard Nixon and his shadow government was just one step away from totally destroying the two party system in this country and if it weren't for the expose' of Woodward and Bernstein American politics would be a lot different today. Also, this is a great detective story. The digging that WoodStein did showed that they were willing to do anything to get to the truth about what was going on. But perhaps the thing that really made this film great was the fact that this was a true story. Too bad that it only won three Oscars (best supporting actor Jason Robards, best adapted screenplay and art direction). This film was certainly miles ahead of what beat it out, the original Rocky.

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