All Time Classic: 'Nixon'

Politics can make for an interesting movie subject, but making it entertaining can be challenging. Someone who's great at that is director Oliver Stone, who's made films like JFK','W' and 'Nixon'. Today we'll be zooming in on that last one, a biopic about the life of Richard Nixon that ends with his resignation due to the Watergate scandal.

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