Hi readers! I'm getting very excited for our book/movie review. I will admit this was a hard book for me to read because there were so many people and conversations to keep track. Thank goodness I love this film because I had to watch it to help me make sense of everything. I miss old school journalism. We don't make journalists like we use to.
The real Bernstein and Woodward
The exceptional cast with Dustin Hoffman and Robert Redford
The man behind it all.
Rober Ebert's 1976 movie review: All the President's Men
Another great review of the film here.
For those of you who have not read the book or seen the film, here is a good synopsis: book summary
the full movie is also available for purchase on youtube for $1.99 for 24 hrs.
From left to right: James McCord, Jr., Virgilio Gonzalez, Frank Sturgis,
Eugenio Martinez, and Bernard Baker
Woodward's informant, FBI Deputy Director W. Mark Felt, aka "Deep Throat"
E. Howard Hunt, former CIA, who planned the botched break-in
H.R. Haldeman and John Ehrlichman, top Nixon aides
both indicted, convicted, and sentenced to prison.