That pretty much sums up why this movie is worth a watch. But what happens when city hall—or, in the case of the Watergate Scandal, the White House—is doing something worth fighting against?
Pakula Klutedistributed by Warner Bros. The biggest blow had already been delivered—from Woodward and Bernstein to the Nixon administration. Their investigation unearthed 50 conspirators and even a secret bank account President aids had authority to withdraw from.
Meanwhile, Bernstein began doing private research and conducting interviews to learn that some of those working closest to the President were seen as having questionable characters.
However, soon, other newspapers began taking up the story too, uncovering even more evidence and exonerating The Post.
The more they tried to tie up the loose ends, the more they saw that President Nixon was involved in the conspiracy. It was enough to drive lesser men crazy.
And they not only made the national news, they made history. Yup, we said Deep Throat. Like all of America at the time, Robert Redford was fascinated with the investigation, and purchased the rights to the film. Deep Throat was their key informant; in secret meetings, Deep Throat validated or refuted evidence the reporters uncovered, told them where to look for more clues, but would not release names.
These guys faced incredible odds while researching their story: Directed by Alan J. In this film, we see that they were hungry reporters that struggled against massive obstacles to bring to light one of the most famous conspiracies in American politics.
We lived in an era of greater mistrust—and greater observation of the nuances of politicking—thanks to these two journalists.
By publishing their hit book, the two men ended up not just reporting the news, but becoming part of the news themselves. Arrests were made, but the reporters also saw that some innocent people were taking blame for culprits.
But it also demonstrates that, with a lot of persistence and a lot of scribbling down notes right can triumph over wrong in the end. One of them went the distance with a patriotic blowhard who fancied himself the next George Washington…and the other fought Apollo Creed.
Woodward and Bernstein, unlike our favorite Italian Stallion, were real dudes. You also probably know the term "Watergate. While witnessing the trial of the burglary, Woodward began to see that the story may actually run quite deeper than just a mere burglary.
As Matt Groening of Simpsons fame said, this is the "most unfortunate name [he] could think of for a child. However, all of their informants refused to speak out, so neither Bernstein nor Woodward could find the proof they needed to publish the story.The book I chose to read for this assignment was All the President's Men, by Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward.
The book was about the biographical accounts of two Washington Post reporters and of. All the President's Men: All the President’s Men, nonfictional book written by The Washington Post journalists Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward and published in All the President's Men has 39, ratings and 1, reviews.
This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. Carl Bernstein & Bob Woodward/5. Buy All the President's Men New Ed by Bob Woodward, Carl Bernstein (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible mi-centre.coms: All the President's Men is a non-fiction book by Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward, two of the journalists who investigated the first Watergate break-in and ensuing scandal for The Washington Post.
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