All the Way
Lyndon B. Johnson becomes the President of the United States in the chaotic aftermath of JFK's assassination and the documentary is about his early days from the assassination to the battle over the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and his campaign to stay in the White House.
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Nick Schager The Daily Beast
May 26, 2016 One can rarely sense that Cranston is acting, so fully does he inhabit his exceedingly well-written role.Read in Source
Alonso Díaz de la Vega El Universal
June 24, 2016 All The Way is a rare film that tries to actually understand history instead of reducing it to mechanism. [Full review in Spanish]Read in Source
Chris Cabin Collider
June 01, 2016 The writing only takes the time to make LBJ into a fully fleshed-out, complex creature, while everyone else is judged simply by Roach and Schenkken's bland conception of moral codes.Read in Source
Mary McNamara Los Angeles Times
May 23, 2016 Much of the film's draw, and pleasures, stem from watching Bryan Cranston work the character (not to mention the prosthetic nose and ears).Read in Source
Ben Travers indieWire
May 20, 2016 All the Way should be admired for going the distance, and Cranston rewarded for holding it all together.Read in Source
Richard Roeper Chicago Sun-Times
May 20, 2016 Director Jay Roach turns Robert Schenkkan's acclaimed Broadway play into an engrossing, powerful if slightly overcrowded movie that works as a biopic of LBJ and as a time capsule of a crucial period in the civil rights movement.Read in Source
Juan Tolentino Cinema Movil
June 16, 2016 Strong performances and well defined characters help this film work. [Full review in Spanish]Read in Source
Matt Zoller Seitz New York Magazine/Vulture
May 23, 2016 It's been a while since I saw a TV movie that had everything going for it, yet failed to be memorable. All the Way should have been a classic: electrifying, surprising, moving, artful. It's not.Read in Source
Muna Mire The New Republic
May 23, 2016 Johnson had the same insecurities we all do; but whatever happened, he made sure it happened on his terms. All The Way never lets you forget that legacies, like most things, are mediated by power.Read in Source
John Bonazzo New York Observer
May 22, 2016 The movie may have a larger scope, but it retains the power of the original play.Read in Source
Matthew Fay PopMatters
June 06, 2016 All the Way is a firm lesson in the price and struggle of progress in American democracy, and the perhaps impossibility of a "nice guy" president. It's also an illustration of both how much and how little has changed in 50 years.Read in Source
Michael Hogan Daily Telegraph (UK)
June 29, 2016 Just as Johnson steamrolled opposition en route to a landslide 1964 election victory, so Cranston's charisma blew everyone else clean off screen. The actor also went "all the way" and it was absorbing to watch.Read in Source
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