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All the President's Men (movie)

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  • Jeremy Renner reflects on an unexpected Hollywood trajectory

    Jeremy Renner reflects on an unexpected Hollywood trajectory
    In 1992, Jeremy Renner came to Los Angeles as an aspiring actor with three specific goals in mind. (1) He wanted to be in a movie. (2) He wanted to have a significant enough role that he wouldn't have to explain that he was, say, that guy wearing the...
  • Nora Ephron dies at 71; writer of sharp-edged romances

    Nora Ephron dies at 71; writer of sharp-edged romances
    This article has been corrected. See note at the bottom for details. Nora Ephron, who cast an acerbic eye on relationships, metropolitan living and aging in essays, books, plays and hit movies including "Sleepless in Seattle," "When Harry Met Sally..."...
  • 'The Newsroom' has its critics, fans among journalists

    When "The Newsroom" premiered on HBO in June 2012, its opening credits, in which black and white images of Walter Cronkite, Edward R. Murrow and David Brinkley floated across the screen to soaring theme music, signaled the high-minded ambitions of its...
  • Bill Condon on giving life to the online world of 'The Fifth Estate'

    In "All the President's Men" — arguably the most exciting movie made about 20th century journalism — Dustin Hoffman and Robert Redford track down leads in a busy newsroom, pore over White House records in an elegant library and meet with...
  • Robert Redford faces elemental challenge in 'All Is Lost'

     Robert Redford faces elemental challenge in 'All Is Lost'
    Robert Redford was going down with the ship. Yes, the character he plays in writer-director J.C. Chandor's "All Is Lost," which arrives in theaters Friday, is a lone traveler on the Indian Ocean whose sailboat is taking on water from a gash in its hull....
  • Review: Robert Redford shows why he's a star in 'All Is Lost'

    "All Is Lost" begins in darkness. There is a voice, though. Weary, almost apologetic, our man speaks of struggle, of trying and failing against an unforgiving sea. But soon the words stop and other languages — sight, sound, silence — pick up...
  • 'The East' fueled by activism

    'The East' fueled by activism
    When most filmmakers in Los Angeles feel frustrated by the movie business, they pick up a pen to write out their anxiety — or pick up the phone and call their therapist. Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij took a different approach. Upset by a...
  • Oscars 2014: Buzzmeter panel considers 'Wolf,' 'Slave,' Redford, Dern

    Oscars 2014: Buzzmeter panel considers 'Wolf,' 'Slave,' Redford, Dern
    With Oscar nominations coming Thursday morning, we gathered The Envelope's Buzzmeter panelists -- Entertainment Weekly's Anthony Breznican, Fandango's Dave Karger, Anne Thompson from Thompson on Hollywood, the Los Angeles Times' Betsy Sharkey and Glenn...
  • Review: Dogged pursuit of tragedy's truth in 'Challenger Disaster'

    Review: Dogged pursuit of tragedy's truth in 'Challenger Disaster'
    Getting a dual American premiere Saturday, via Discovery and Science Channel, "The Challenger Disaster" is a BBC-made TV movie about physicist Richard Feynman (William Hurt) and the investigation into the causes of the 1986 space shuttle explosion. It...
  • In new 'Captain America,' Robert Redford comes in from the cold

    [On Monday mornings, Movies Now will be looking at some aspect of the No. 1 movie over the weekend. This week: Robert Redford's homecoming in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier."] Robert Redford long ago transitioned from matinee idol to Hollywood...
  • Former NEA chairs say funding remains challenge for new appointee

    Former NEA chairs say funding remains challenge for new appointee
    The future head of the National Endowment for the Arts will likely face many of the same funding challenges that have beset the organization for years, according to two former chairs of the federal arts organization. In separate interviews, Dana Gioia...