Good Night, And Good Luck (2005)
Critic Consensus: A passionate and concise cinematic civics lesson, Good Night, And Good Luck has plenty to say about today's political and cultural climate, and its ensemble cast is stellar.
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as Edward R. Murrow
as Shirley Wershba
as Fred Friendly
as Sig Mickelson
as Joe Wershba
as William Paley
as Don Hollenbeck
as Jesse Zousmer
as John Aaron
as Eddie Scott
as Charlie Mack
as Don Hewitt
as Millie Lerner
as Palmer Williams
as Colonel Anderson
as Colonel Jenkins
as Don Surine
as Stage Manager
as CBS Page
as Jazz Singer
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Critic Reviews for Good Night, And Good Luck
... it telescopes -- with no loss of accuracy -- Murrow's last few fifties hurrahs as the hardest diamond in Bill Paley's 'Tiffany network.'
It's an interesting way to represent the past, though the use of space, actors, and archival footage seems more theatrical than cinematic.
Rarely moving a facial muscle except to exhale smoke and brimstone, Strathairn wonderfully recaptures Murrow's deadpan delivery style.
Audience Reviews for Good Night, And Good Luck
George Clooney's "Good Night, and Good Luck." is a striking take on the cultural and political climate of the 1950s. Using aesthetic elements, strong dialogue and well-rounded performances from a star-studded cast, the film makes for a powerful depiction of society then & now. 4/5
A brilliant depiction of a controversial chapter of American history. Wonderful direction quick script and an excellent performance by David Strathairn. Contains tiny little flaws such as; parts of the plot are a little unclear-other than that well worth the watch.
"We will not walk in fear of one another." Broadcast journalist Edward R. Murrow looks to bring down Senator Joseph McCarthy.
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