In this speculative one-man drama, we see former President Richard Milhous Nixon alone in his study, dictating his thoughts into a tape recorder. His only company are a four-screen closed-circuit TV setup, the portraits on the walls, a bottle of Chivas Regal - and a loaded pistol. At times addressing an imaginary judge in a court of public opinion, at other times speaking to an aide named Roberto, and sometimes just talking to himself, the former chief executive reflects, in a series of meandering monologues, on his humble Quaker upbringing, his school days, his family and a political career that reached all the way to the White House. Nixon rails at his treatment by the likes of Dwight D. Eisenhower, the "goddam Kennedys," J. Edgar Hoover, Henry Kissinger, Jews, liberals, the media, "East Coast shits," among others, as he leads up to the "true" reasons for the Watergate scandal that resulted in his resignation - an act he regards as one of "secret honor."
Writer:Donald Freed (play), Arnold M. Stone (play), Donald Freed (screenplay), Arnold M. Stone (screenplay)
A fictionalized former President Richard M. Nixon offers a solitary, stream-of-consciousness reflection on his life and political career - and the "true" reasons for the Watergate scandal and his resignation. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Durga A (de) wrote: Shuddh Desi Romance is neither Shuddh nor Desi but practical hit of questioning the need of marriage. Manish sharma narrates the reality check in his own style and declares the truth that young people are not trounced by the stigma of abandoned marriage which is hardly spoken aloud in Bollywood movies.Bustling pink city,modern-pop music and sincere performances of confused hormones with endearing Rishi kapoor carries the plot but doesn't stop the dragging second half of the movie.The repetitive pattern with high-octave romance makes it too predictable.The movie reminds you of Runaway brides and Before Sunrise.What makes it different from previous Hindi romantic moviesWill you get a chance to sympathize?NODo you believe the word Indian Morality? NOAny Melodrama?NOHot chemistry or magnetic physics?NO and YESWill arranged marriages and unwanted rituals stop one day?YESSummary:Marry only if you "want to" or else take a "Toilet Break".
Anna L (ca) wrote: This was an interesting movie. I thought it was about Chris Evans' character but it turned out to be about the safety syringe. Interesting insight on the healthcare system.
Aston T (au) wrote: yo I won't to watch these movie
Spiros K (ag) wrote: Sometimes informative, sometimes silly, but still a good fun to be had here.
Joseph E (fr) wrote: It was hard to explain both What I Enjoyed and Hated about "Danika". I am not a Horror, Scary, Premontion entrapenuer, but a Lethargic Enity in this Film Genre. That's one reason why I might have ebjoned, and loathed it unlike many others that have been passed into theathers. It surpassed my expectations , although I saw It cause Marisa Tomie made the prewiews so enticing, that I'm surprised to all those that did see the preview for "Danika", Didn't see the film.. I strongly Reccomend you atleast try to grasp the film's Intentions, and Atleast give it a shot. I am sure, you will not recieve or get what you think or thought you would.
Curt F (jp) wrote: I thought this was very good. Brendan Fraser should do more roles like this, he shows his range from most of the other goofball stuff he does. Very believable and Mos Def is very good. I really like Scott Glenn in this movie as well (the guy that played the FBI head in Silence of the Lambs)The movie kept my interest throughout and the Sao Paulo scenes were stunning. I am very glad I DVRed this recently, I really didn't know anything about it and just took a chance. Please Brendan, expand your horizons and do these roles more often!I recommend this!
Jayakrishnan R (de) wrote: 15%Saw this on 21/2/16Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson may noy find any sleep in Tokyo, but I found a lot of it while watching this and I am thankful that this shit ran only for an hour and 40 mins. Murray's acting is nothing compared to what he did in Groundhog day and Johansson isn't as good as they say she is, in fact neither of them are and Coppola's direction is as bad as her acting. This film is neither intimate or emotional, it's just pointless and the way in which Japanese people are portrayed, just like clowns is just so fucking offensive. I hate this fucking film.
Thomas T (us) wrote: Shaolin Soccer is undeniably stupid, but the stupidity is so enjoyable and lovable, it makes the whole experience into one unforgettable kick.
David D (fr) wrote: Fascinating, powerful one-of-a-kind exploration of faith, disillusion and alienation.
Ali T (ru) wrote: almost the worst but then came Jason X smh.
Del H (jp) wrote: There are virtually no cinematic merits, but that's not the point. This is a wonderful, warm, and happy movie with an uplifting message and an undeniably lovable protagonist.
Juuso R (us) wrote: Ollakseen tmn ikinen leffa, sanoisin ett westernien aatelia!