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November 29, 2008


Here, here.

It's one thing to make Nixon Hamlet. It's quite another to make him the Fonz.

Excellent piece. The review has brilliant ideas, but could be expressed in a simpler way. The director clearly thinks that the Nixon confession moment is the most important event the twentieth century has been waiting for. That type of naivete puts him in league with Tom Hanks and Spielberg. A philosopher once called this category of people "bright mediocrities."

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