“All the President’s Men” meets modern-media reality (8/10)
Della Frye: Did we just break the law? Cal McAffrey: Nope. That’s what you call damn fine reporting.
Not being a reader of Variety or really in tune with the machinations behind the scenes of modern film making, I was unaware until sitting down to write this review that the movie State of Play is a two-hour Americanized condensation of the critically acclaimed six-part British television series of the same name. The BBC series State of Play aired in 2003; if you look at the two IMDb records, the movie currently ranks 7.8 with viewers while the TV series ranks a full point higher at 8.8! Continue reading →