Thursday, May 10, 2012

Sight and Sound Movie List - Richard Nixon

I don't watch movies for enjoyment. I don't watch them to escape. I watch them to atone.

#1: JFK  (1991, dir. Oliver Stone)
Kennedy. Some days, I feel like I'm the one who killed him. Others, I feel like he never died. 
#2: Nixon (1995, dir. Oliver Stone)
A pack of lies. That are all true.
#3: TV Miniseries The Kennedys (2011, Brian Gibson Supervising Producer)
#4: Thirteen Days, featuring John F. Kennedy (2000, dir. Roger Donaldson)
#5: All the President's Men (1976, dir. Alan Pakula)
They know nothing of my work.
#6: Dick (1999, dir. Andrew Fleming)
It's funny because the title is "Dick."
#7: Red Dawn (1984, dir. John Milius)
#8: J.F.K.: Reckless Youth (1993, dir. Harry Winer)
#9: Frost/Nixon (2008, dir. Ron Howard)
Well, that was a mistake.


  1. Oliver Stone's movie Nixon "all true"??
    I think you should drop the remote and read a little more. Oliver Stones movie Nixon is a joke and a as far as most Historians are concerned.
    BTW, a very illuminating documentary about the Kennedy's is airing right now. Try to catch it. That family was something other than what it appeared to be.

  2. Marc please tell me this is you posting under another pseudonym and not another internet spammer or a random net troll without a sense of humor.