A dramatic retelling of the post-Watergate television interviews between British talk-show host David Frost and former president Richard Nixon in 1977, three years after the scandal that ended his presidency.
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Lee Grant San Diego Union-Tribune
October 28, 2014 It's a credit to the actor that by the end, Langella is living, it seems, in Nixon's skin.Read in Source
Matt Soergel Florida Times-Union
October 28, 2014 Frost/Nixon is smart and involving, a thoroughly grown-up and carefully made drama about the real-life, on-air showdown between a lightweight TV personality and a disgraced ex-president.Read in Source
Christy Lemire Associated Press
October 28, 2014 You never feel like you're watching a play on film: The way Morgan has opened up the proceedings in his screenplay feels organic under the direction of Ron Howard, who has crafted his finest film yet, and one of the year's best.Read in Source
Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch
December 25, 2008 Plays often lose their energy when adapted for the screen. But even on the stage, Frost/Nixon had a cinematic dynamism, and Howard has only enhanced that quality.Read in Source
J. R. Jones Chicago Reader
December 25, 2008 All this makes for great entertainment on the big screen, though the real legacy of the Nixon interviews is more vexing than Morgan would have us understand.Read in Source
Richard Roeper Richard Roeper.com
February 08, 2009 Nixon is infinitely more complex than George W. Bush, which is probably why this one slice of his life is more intriguing than "W," which covers decades.Read in Source
Tom Charity CNN.com
October 28, 2014 In its glib and reductionist way, it works like a charm. Or better yet, like television. Which, finally, is a compliment.Read in Source
Dave Calhoun Time Out
January 23, 2009 The outcome isn't half as conflicted as you might imagine, though it's hard to argue that Howard brings anything new to Morgan's play.Read in Source
Justin Stewart Stop Smiling
October 28, 2014 Howard has successfully made an okay, watchable movie, kept from greatness only by his undying artistic blandness.Read in Source
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