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After taking a wrong turn on a White House tour, witless teens Betsy Jobs (Kirsten Dunst) and Arlene Lorenzo\n(Michelle Williams) stumble across a room packed full of presidential secrets. In an... View more >
Starring Kirsten Dunst, Michelle Williams, Dan Hedaya... View more >
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Jan 25, 2000
hello all! this movie, was dumb, but, it was quite amusing! although it is dumb, it is funny, dumb, but funny! especialy the end, whcih i will not divaulge. the two girls, i don't know how to spell their names, so i won't even try, are so ditzy!! it is hilarious!! i know i'm definitely like that sometimes!! how scary!! lol!! this movie is great for the teens, like me, but adults probably wouldn't find it that humorous.
Jan 25, 2000
Clever, original comedy lampoons the Watergate scandal, tying many of the events to the antics of two teenage girls. Much of the humor results from their cluelessness. Things happen by accident and they process information selectively. The feel of the 70ís is well captured with music, cars, and clothing. Dan Hedaya nails Richard Nixon and many of the other political figures are also a blast. Harry Shearer is a hoot as G. Gordon Liddy, as is Saul Rubinek as Hank Kissinger (Ironically, Rubinek also appeared in Nixon, but not as Kissinger). But the stars of "Dick" are Betsy and Arlene, brought to life by the bubbly Kirsten Dunst and Michelle Williams. The final verdict: A fun idea, a fun movie, and a gutbuster of a payoff.
10-point scale rating: 7
Aug 15, 2003
The film "Dick" could've be a satire of "All the President's Men," but lacks pay-off. The film tells what would happen if two teenage girls had expoosed "Watergate." Dan Hedaya who can sucessfully minic President Nixon from Anthony Hopkins in "Nixon." (Hedaya was in the 1995 Oliver Stone film), gave a good performance, but I wish he would go off the wall and let loose with his Nixon character, but he didn't. "Dick" got an uneven no recomendation.
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