All the President's Men

All the President's Men

In the run-up to the 1972 elections, Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward covers what seems to be a minor break-in at the Democratic Party National headquarters. He is surprised to find top lawyers already on the defense case, and the discovery of names and addresses of Republican fund organizers on the accused further arouses his suspicions. The editor of the Post is prepared to run with the story and assigns Woodward and Carl Bernstein to it. They find the trail leading higher and higher in the Republican Party, and eventually into the White House itself.

The film is a reconstruction of the discovery of the White House link with the Watergate affair that leads to President Richard Nixon's resignation uncovered by "The Washington Post" reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


All the President's Men torrent reviews

James J (fr) wrote: What an inspiring true story about a young man whose life made a lasting impact on others. The story of a young man who dedicated himself to God first and foremost and how he then allowed his faith to daily direct him in everything he did is very refreshing. The exemplary way this young man chose to honor God in his life, as he pursued his dream of playing football, is a great example of how God works through our adversity to teach us and help us grow. Although this is a wonderful film you can take the whole family to see, there are some pretty dramatic elements to be aware of for younger children.

Oscar P (gb) wrote: La cruel realidad de nuestros pobres campesinos Colombianos.

Julio S (nl) wrote: For a low budget movie...this film was really scary.

shinder s (it) wrote: A awesome weird film no offence but I think fred was acting a little gay

David S (ru) wrote: Death to Smoochy is a funny enough dark comedy with a great cast. The premise is insightful of how the young entertainment industry maybe operates, with some great dark and comedic twists. However, although it runs smoothly and straight-forward, there are far too many plot-conveniences that slow the momentum of a well operating story. It loses track three quarters in, and struggles to pick back up. Regardless, and ironically, it is a feel-good movie where the heroes trump the villains, and all is well at day's end, which works especially well for this narrative. Death to Smoochy is a surprisingly underrated and enjoyable collaboration from a large group of respectable actors and directors.

Carol H (nl) wrote: A charming drama that boasts some lovely cimenatography and fine performances.

Curtis H (ag) wrote: David Niven, Helen Hayes, and Jodie Foster do wonderful performances in this slap-stick treasure hunt. An old Disney favorite, Candleshoe is not only a movie with great heart, but a movie with great excitement. A Disney family classic.

Allan C (fr) wrote: Interesting western had potential if it hadn't been so ham fisted. Clint Walker, who I always thought would have been the perfect Punisher, plays and infamous gunman released from prison and tries to go straight, leaving his reputation as "Killer Cain" behind him. In the 18 years in prison, the west has civilized some and he grudgingly joins an old west shooting show as the feature act, much to the chagrin of the show's previous star, a young hothead quick draw artist who romanticizes the old code of the gunfighter, men calling each other out and romanticizing killing in general. The film is thematically similar to Clint Eastwood's "Unforgiven" in regards to trying to unromanticize gunmen and killing, having an infamous gunman teaching a young kid that killing wasn't as honorable, brave or as justified as people thought it was. However, while thematically interesting, the film covers the themes in such a hammy way with Clint Walker trying to teach the young hot head that killing isn't an easy thing and more often than not involved shooting a man in the back. The film gets even weaker when the love of a good woman, Anne Francis, helps Walker find his way. But in the plus column, Vincent Price plays the shooting show owner and barker, and is as wonderful as always. With smarter writing, this could have been a strong revisionist western, but instead it's more of a middling western that's rather corny, though still worth watching.

Pavandeep S (it) wrote: Woman getting one-upped is like the most awesome theme in any noir film. Personally, watching this, I now have a secret attraction for Byron Haskin. This is his second film I've watched and it was sweet. I love the acting and the lines the most, it makes you want to laugh amid the chaos and tragedy and troubles.

laura b (it) wrote: very interesting, with lots of great twists and turns.

James B (mx) wrote: James McAvoy was great in this. I really enjoy movies that are rooted in historic events. I know that this doesn't play completely true to what happened, but it was an enjoyable movie nonetheless.

Sgt C (jp) wrote: (57%)Has a reputation regarding its poor production (so many mics on screen) which is understandable, but blaxploitation was never about perfect films it was about putting black people on the big screen for the first time ever (and getting some cash out of the mostly black audiences that flocked to these films in droves)and with that came some very unique and very entertaining movies. This part parody, part out-and-out action crime comedy is an essential watch for every blaxploitation film fan.