Good Night, and Good Luck

Good Night, and Good Luck

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Good Night, and Good Luck

George Clooney directs this Best Picture Oscar nominee based on real-life journalist Edward R. Murrow (David Strathairn) who took a stand against Senator McCarthy's anti-communist witch-hunts in the early 1950s. Co-stars Clooney, Patricia Clarkson, Jeff Daniels, Robert Downey Jr and Frank Langella.

2005Rating: M, Adult themes93 minsUSA, France, UK, Japan
DramaTrue Story & BiographyHistorical
Director:
George Clooney ('The Ides of March', 'Suburbicon', 'Confessions of a Dangerous Mind')
Writer:
George ClooneyGrant Heslov
Cast:
David StrathairnGeorge ClooneyJeff DanielsAlex BorsteinRose Abdoo
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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

Clooney doesn’t want to leave you with that cosy Ron Howard feeling. He wants to leave you stimulated, talkative and, perhaps, a little combative about the current state of our corporate-badged media. A second viewing certainly promises further rewards.

4.0
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Variety

Variety

press

A vital chapter of mid-century history is brought to life concisely, with intimacy and matter-of-fact artistry.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

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In ninety-three tight, terrifically exciting minutes, Clooney makes integrity look mighty sexy. With the help of cinematographer Robert Elswit and editor Stephen Mirrione.

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

The other key character is McCarthy himself, and Clooney uses a masterstroke: He employs actual news footage of McCarthy, who therefore plays himself.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

Clooney doesn’t want to leave you with that cosy Ron Howard feeling. He wants to leave you stimulated, talkative and, perhaps, a little combative about the current state of our corporate-badged media. A second viewing certainly promises further rewards.

4.0
0
Variety

Variety

press

A vital chapter of mid-century history is brought to life concisely, with intimacy and matter-of-fact artistry.

0
Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

press

In ninety-three tight, terrifically exciting minutes, Clooney makes integrity look mighty sexy. With the help of cinematographer Robert Elswit and editor Stephen Mirrione.

0
Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

The other key character is McCarthy himself, and Clooney uses a masterstroke: He employs actual news footage of McCarthy, who therefore plays himself.

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