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Page One:  Inside the New York Times Movie Poster

Rated R for language including some sexual references.

R In Theaters 06/17/2011 , 96min.
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July 01, 2011
mulder630
This movies was so tilted towards the new york times. It glosses over the judithy Miller fiasco and leaves the impression that she was fired immediately after the fact of her involvement with the Bush admininstrations kies about Iraq came out. I took a long yome after that The director should not try to minipulate the facts to present a love letter to the new york yimr. Also, We are hit over the

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The New York Times
The movie's main theme, no surprise, is the struggle of The Times to survive in the age of the Internet. But it does little to illuminate that struggle, preferring instead a constant parade of people telling the camera how dreadful it would be if The Times did not survive. True, of course, but boring to the point of irritation after five or six repetitions. Full Review
Andrew O'Hehir
Salon.com
Rossi's film makes a compelling case on behalf of the traditional values of journalism. Full Review
Bob Mondello
NPR
Page One is an insider's view, but if it isn't raking up any muck, it's not a love letter either. Full Review
J. Hoberman
Village Voice
Opens with a montage of the press in full operational mode, spewing out newspapers all but automatically for a fleet of waiting delivery trucks. It's a system at once efficient and cumbersome, ultra-modern yet quaint, that suggests nothing so much as a herd of dinosaurs, oblivious to the threat of impending extinction. Full Review
Joe Neumaier
New York Daily News
Emphasizing the importance of new media, Stelter is ready to bring the paper back to the future, though this terrific tale of an establishment in transition ultimately plays like "All the President's Men," with the intrigue coming from inside the building. Full Review

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