In a year that has everyone talking about presidential scandals, corruption, and collusion, Nate and Ryan felt it only appropriate to revisit the 1976 classic All the President’s Men. Listen as Nate and Ryan discuss what makes this film brilliant, and how it feels to watch this movie in light of so many similar current events.
Robert Redford, Dustin Hoffman, and director Alan J. Pakula immortalized the story of Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein as they doggedly pursued a story no one had any real interest in. Nate and Ryan discuss how they were able to make a movie that is 80 percent phone conversations into a tense political thriller.
What are your thoughts on All the President’s Men? How quickly and irreversibly do you get lost in Robert Redford’s eyes? Is it irresponsible to watch a historical movie through a contemporary political lens? Let us know!