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HTF BLU-RAY REVIEW: All the President's Men

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Johnny Angell, Jun 30, 2012.

  1. Johnny Angell

    Johnny Angell Played With Dinosaurs Member

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    My wife and I just watched this and in he closing credits we noticed F. Murray Abraham. We both are wondering where was he? He was listed
    in an alphabetical listing of about 50 actors who "co-starred".
    I restarted the movie with the commentary on and saw him early on. Immediately after the courtroom scene at the beginning, there's a meeting in an office at the paper. He is one of two actors who are just there with no lines.
    This was not our first watching of the film. Still a great film.
     
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    Great post! Thanks for the trivia as well!
    I picked up the film in late last year. I had only seen it one other time years before, but it was so much fun to watch it again.
    Great film!
     
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    What I find frightening is that, other than ROLLING STONE and MOTHER JONES and a few other magazines, fearless investigative journalism such as that of Woodward and Bernstein have become a thing of the past, much to the detriment of all Americans who wish to be kept informed with facts rather than gossip and spin.
     
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    Interesting that in all the extras, no mention of William Goldman, who won an Oscar for the screenplay. As Goldman notes in "Adventures in the Screen Trade," writers get no respect.
     

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