Rolling Stone preview of Frost/Nixon

Rolling Stone has the Fall Movie Previews out and it had this to say about Frost/Nixon

Frost/Nixon brings Peter Morgan's hit play to the screen, where you might not expect much cinematic flash in the sight of two white guys talking. Surprise: Director Ron Howard pulls it off in high style. Of course, one of the men is disgraced President Richard M. Nixon, and the other is British interviewer David Frost, who risked his reputation and his own money in 1977 to interrogate Tricky Dick on camera about the sins of Watergate and Cambodia. Michael Sheen is Frost to a tee. And Frank Langella gives the performance of a lifetime as Nixon — shrewd, sweaty, persecuted and, in Langella's bone-deep tour de force, a flawed man possessed of a humanity that belies his image. One of the year's best.

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