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Movie Review: All the President's Men
You can't think of President Richard Nixon without thinking of the Watergate scandal and you can't think of Watergate without two names immediately coming to mind: Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein.
"All The President's Men Revisited" Some reflections on that time...
Richard Milhous Nixon, 37th President of the US, became the first and so far only president to resign his office.
Going solo on film
Tethered to a mast high above the deck of a yacht in the Indian Ocean, a solo sailor struggles to mend a broken antenna wire with a pair of needle-nose pliers.
Why Reporters in the U.S. Now Need Protection
The Obama administration has made the most concerted effort since the Nixon years to intimidate officials from talking to a reporter.
All the President's Men (Blu-ray) Special Edition
"Nothing's riding on this except the, uh, first amendment to the Constitution, freedom of the press, and maybe the future of the country.
Erie Times News
Take Thirty: Robert Redford's "All Is Lost" is one-man show
Thirty years ago, I went to Buffalo to meet and speak -- briefly, it turned out -- with Robert Redford on the set of "The Natural."
The Washington Post
Benjamin C. Bradlee gets Medal of Freedom
Benjamin Crowninshield Bradlee has led a colorful and storied life, from combat service in World War II to the Watergate years of the 1970s that certified him as the most famous newspaper editor of his generation.
All the President's Men
Just as Fox released a Blu-ray of the legendary 1957 psychodrama "The Three Faces of Eve," starring Joanne Woodward, Warner Brothers responded with "All the President's Men," in which the key player is Bob Woodward---no relation! The latter Woodward, along with fellow Washington Post investigative reporter Carl Bernstein, launched an intensive ... (more)
Erie Times News
Redford shines in 'All Is Lost'
"All Is Lost" begins in darkness. There is a voice, though. Weary, almost apologetic, our man speaks of struggle, of trying and failing against an unforgiving sea.
The Pordland Mercury
Twelve years later, he's released. During those 12 years, he is a slave, and something of a stand-in for the modern viewer: He's intelligent, he's educated, and most crucially, he's attuned to the horror and injustice that surrounds him.
Also Showing: Films screening November 15-21 in Portland include 'All the President's Men'...
Robert Redford, right, and Dustin Hoffman in their roles as reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein in the 1976 film "All the President's Men."
Gov. Herbert: Utah is a better place with Robert Redford in it
Actor, director, entrepreneur, philanthropist and Utahn Robert Redford was honored Saturday by Gov. Gary Herbert at a special tribute event.
Sundance screens Redford films through November
Sydney Pollack's 1972 film "Jeremiah Johnson" stars Robert Redford as an American soldier who escapes the Mexican War to become a mountain man.
Redford to star at MCC Celebrity Forum
The 16th annual Celebrity Forum, which is sponsored by the TJX Companies Inc., takes place Friday, June 20, at Lowell Memorial Auditorium.