Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down The White House
- 1hr 44m
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All in all good. Good acting. I just wish they explained more about what happened inside the Watergate hotel.
A solidly engrossing political drama, anchored by a commanding central performance from Liam Neeson.
It's a role very well suited to Liam Neeson, whose righteousness fills the screen and sometimes seems all the movie can offer.
The screenplay, written by director Peter Landesman and based on books by Felt and John D. O’Connor, does a fine job of condensing a sprawling conspiracy into a digestible feature, although it sometimes favors clarity over nuance and winds up enunciating important plot points in glaringly unnatural dialogue.
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Did You Know?
- This is the second time Peter Landesman has worked with either Scott Free or Playtone productions. The other Playtone movie Landesman directed was Parkland (2013) and the other Scott Free movie was Concussion (2015).
- The 1-yr old National Museum of African American History and Culture is visible in scenes of Washington DC at the beginning of the movie, which starts in 1972.
- Mark Felt: What brings you back?
- Bill Sullivan: Two words: Re. Venge.