Funny, scatalogical movie about President Nixon.
| Original Score: 4/5
Now the truth is out there: Deep Throat was actually two giggly teenage girls who stepped into Nixon's dirty tricks during their jobs as Official White House Dog Walkers.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
Blends the drama of All the President's Men with the wisdom of The Brady Bunch.
| Original Score: 3/4
Although it eventually suffers a typically 1970s energy crisis, this satire of the early Seventies has its moments, thanks to the considerable charms of Michelle Williams and Kirsten Dunst...
Manages to land itself somewhere between All the President's Men and Clueless, with brilliant comic performances throughout.
Those with a sense of humor who have wondered about the true identity of Deep Throat in the downfall of the 37th President will appreciate this low-cal satire.
Dick leaves you hoping it finds the audience it clearly deserves.
The film gets off on the wrong foot and never recovers.
The movie quickly thunders downhill like a massive boulder, effectively trampling things like common sense, taste, and, most importantly, historical significance.
| Original Score: F
Audaciously imaginative, devilishly clever!
Dick is a gleefully cunning comedy!
Director Andrew Fleming turn Dick into gold by deftly weaving fact and fiction into a wholly convincing--and hilarious--tapestry.
| Original Score: 3.5/4
The setup is frequently clumsy and the delivery isn't any better.
| Original Score: 2/4
The script offers no new twists on Nixon; the old standby characterization of the president and his cohorts as bumbling idiots is played out to the fullest.
The movie has the comic sophistication of a creaky high-school skit.
It's a swoony gem of an idea; too bad this Dick is so limp.
A gimmick film!