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'Mark Felt' Movie Review

Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House (2017)

It’s 1972, and Mark Felt (Liam Neeson) is getting ready for work while listening to the news, most of which is about President Richard Nixon and his campaign reelection. 1,224 more words

Atlanta's CW

'Mark Felt' biopic worse than its negative reviews

Mark Felt is a movie worse than its many negative reviews.

It’s a tedious biopic about Watergate’s most famous anonymous source that fails to offer anything close to a coherent interpretation of America’s gravest political scandal of the 20th century. 893 more words

Washington Post

The True Story Behind the New Movie About Watergate and Deep Throat

A new cinematic depiction of Mark Felt, the former associate director of the FBI better known as the informant Deep Throat, is ringing true with at least one person closely familiar with the story. 1,033 more words

Waiter, There’s A Fly In My Administration, (a flies eye view of Watergate)

I swear sometimes its like they don’t even know I exist. Well that’s fine with me because my Dad always told me its better to keep your mandibles shut and be considered a fool than to make some buzzing noise and remove all doubt. 1,673 more words

Liam Neeson sees parallels between Trump, Nixon eras

TORONTO (AP) — Liam Neeson’s latest film takes viewers into the life of a key player in the Watergate scandal, and he says there are clear parallels between presidents then-and-now. 297 more words


Someone is Not Telling the Truth

June 8, 2107

President Trump, the master of political shorthand, tweeted on May 12th just three days after firing former FBI director: “James Comey better hope that there are no “tapes” of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press! 555 more words


Déjà Vu 1973

A few days ago, President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey. He waited until Comey was out of town, publicly fired him, and then locked down Comey’s office. 422 more words