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  1. FISCHER's rating of the film All the President's Men

    Oeuvre d'une grande force, dénonciatrice et modèle, comme seul le cinéma yankee peut en produire, commise par un cinéaste à l'évidente acuité politique... www.cinefiches.com

  2. Jason's rating of the film All the President's Men

    Though its vision of journalistic heroism occasionally invokes in me a condescending smirk and its sexual politics are (though peripheral) pretty skeezy, PRESIDENT'S MEN is clearly the finest of the Pakula-Willis paranoia films by a good margin. William Goldman's screenplay is strong; every single moment of screen time is dedicated to delivering information. A movie w/ maximum hustle. Monumentally influential.

  3. José Neves's rating of the film All the President's Men

    DCP. From a very distant galaxy, when the ethics of context, subtext, and drama subject were in line with cinematic ethics.

  4. Eric Ortiz García's rating of the film All the President's Men

  5. wiwitaek's rating of the film All the President's Men

    too much policital reference I practically know 0 about.

  6. Blue Roses's rating of the film All the President's Men

  7. Marc St-Cyr (Death cinéphilia)'s rating of the film All the President's Men

    Might be urgent to all Americans to watch this film in their darkest times since you know when... (just kidding). The plot is relatively puzzling. Maybe the script-writer assumes that most Americans at that times may have well-followed the Watergate's stories back in 1976, lol. the soundtrack is very good.

  8. Nathan Silva's rating of the film All the President's Men

    Hands down the best journalism movie of all time.

  9. Steve G.'s rating of the film All the President's Men

    I'd prefer Bernward myself.

  10. -REM-'s rating of the film All the President's Men

  11. adam's rating of the film All the President's Men

  12. Daniel S.'s rating of the film All the President's Men

  13. Emile Tremblay's rating of the film All the President's Men

  14. Arthur Freitas's rating of the film All the President's Men

    Strip-down filmmaker at its best, Pakula has so much sense of how to use silence. It's so intense, so vital and so rewarding. Thank god Fincher saw this to make ZODIAC.

  15. Juliana Senra's rating of the film All the President's Men

    Funny how they look surprised whenever someone actually answers their calls or the door.

  16. Vickie Retallick's rating of the film All the President's Men

    Interesting flick. Didn't know too much about the scandal. Not much hollywood hype, lots of focus on investigating

  17. ammar's rating of the film All the President's Men

  18. Jeremiah Johnson's rating of the film All the President's Men

    I absolutely love the detail shots of paper, typewriters and text. Its a small thing but it gives punctuality to the scenes of journalists busy at work.

  19. truffraud's rating of the film All the President's Men

    one of the best, most badass concluding scenes ever.

  20. Esra Yılmaz's rating of the film All the President's Men

    Pakula succesfully spreads cold war paranoia all over me while woodward and bernstein silently chase the truth it kept me on edge to the finale

  21. Steve Pulaski's rating of the film All the President's Men

    A film predicated upon the journalistic process more-so than telling or abiding by any kind of cohesive or conventional narrative structure. A bold tipping point for "New Hollywood" filmmaking as it drags the audience through the realms of making the audience involved in every false lead and wrong number.

  22. Reynaldo Goulart's rating of the film All the President's Men

  23. miles's rating of the film All the President's Men

  24. J.J. 'Jake' Gittes's rating of the film All the President's Men

    Watergate. It happened 44 years ago, but it still reflects our present time. This is about how far politicians are willing to go in order to stay in power. The answer is: very, very far. And this is about what journalism can do about it: to investigate. And this is what "Wood-Stein" did. And of course you need a editor-guy, with balls, like Ben Bradlee had. Alan J. Pakula's masterpiece.

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