85

Movieline

By Stephanie Zacharek
While the media desk isn't the whole of the New York Times, it does give Rossi a solid perch from which to survey the paper's recent and ongoing struggle for both relevancy and revenues.
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83

Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
It's not quite the same thrill as glimpsing the man behind the curtain of the great and powerful Oz, but for journalism junkies, the fascination of Page One: Inside The New York Times is something like that.
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80

New York Daily News

By Joe Neumaier
Emphasizing the importance of new media, Stelter is ready to bring the paper back to the future, though this terrific tale of an establishment in transition ultimately plays like "All the President's Men," with the intrigue coming from inside the building.
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75

Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
Page One is a vital, indispensable hell-raiser.
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75

San Francisco Chronicle

By Mick LaSalle
Those of you who don't work for a newspaper may also be interested in what it's like on the inside - how stories are generated, how editors and writers interact, etc. For what it's worth, it's an accurate portrait.
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75

Boston Globe

By Ty Burr
As eye-opening as this movie is, the real story is outside the Times building, in the browser windows and iPads of me and you and everyone we know.
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75

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
I enjoyed the film very much. It was a visceral pleasure to see a hard-boiled guy like David Carr at its center.
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75

NPR

By Bob Mondello
Page One is an insider's view, but if it isn't raking up any muck, it's not a love letter either.
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75

Miami Herald

By Rene Rodriguez
The movie is slick and entertaining, but much of it is as superficial as a Twitter post.
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63

Philadelphia Inquirer

By Steven Rea
The paper's motto is "All the News That's Fit to Print." But all that news doesn't necessarily fit neatly into a 90-minute doc.
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68 out of 100
Generally favorable reviews
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