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Morgan finds the right elements of action and character through which to make history leap off the page. Read full review
Frank Langella and Michael Sheen do not attempt to mimic their characters, but to embody them. Read full review
It's hard to imagine how a film built around one-on-one interviews could be entertaining, but Frost/Nixon could not be more enthralling. Read full review
Surges with an energy and visual verve that improve the play and enhance the themes of dramatist Peter Morgan's script. Read full review
What Ron Howard gets, to a degree that's astonishing in a two-hour film, is the density and complexity, as well as the generous entertainment quotient, of Peter Morgan's screenplay. Read full review
Director Ron Howard has turned Peter Morgan's stage success into a grabber of a movie laced with tension, stinging wit and potent human drama. Read full review
A case is being made here that it wasn't really Frost who did Nixon in: It was Nixon's old nemesis, the TV camera. Read full review
Frost/Nixon is not the epic gladiatorial face-off, the ricocheting verbal shoot-out that writer Morgan and filmmaker Howard imagined. Read full review
Less a political movie than a boxing film without the gloves. Read full review
Despite a moving, canny incarnation of the man by Frank Langella, despite a slickly entertaining coffee-table production as only Ron Howard knows how, the movie feels cooked up. Read full review
...entertaining and timely
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