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'Hot Off The Presses': Journalistic Integrity Thrillers

These cinematic journalists will go through hell to get their story; depicting everything from the exposure of the Watergate scandal to Truman Capote's harrowing relationship with murderer Perry Smith, these journalistic thrillers are sure to deliver the scoop.

'Movies LIke All the President's Men': Classic Political Thrillers

Welcome to the twisted world of Washington, exposed in this classic collection of political thrillers like 'All the President's Men', 'In the Line of Fire', and 'The Parallax View'. To be honest, doesn't look like much has changed (other than the haircuts).

'Use Incognito!': Conspiratorial Classics

Make sure you check out this list using Chrome Incognito...they're watching you. Oh well, at least you're watching them as well now - make sure to check out 'JFK' for a story grounded in (some degree of) fact!

Watergate Documentaries

Although it's been nearly half a century since Richard Nixon ordered the break-in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters, these documentaries feel strangely relevant right now.

Best 70s Drama

Think 'Days of Heaven' and 'One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest' with this collection of the greatest dramatic pictures to have come out of the 1970s. Also make sure to check out our 'Oscar Best Picture Nominees 70s' list, for the critics' distillation of the decade.

Dustin Hoffman Drama

Dustin Hoffman was a major dramatic force from the 60s-80: starring in 'Rain Man', 'Marathon Man', and 'Kramer vs. Kramer'. Oh, not to mention he vicariously satisfied many the teenage fantasy in 1967 classic 'The Graduate'.

Robert Redford Classics

American actor, director, businessman, environmentatlist, and all round boss, Robert Redford has had a long and decorated Hollywood career, reaching prominence in the 1970s. And with recent entrants into his ouevre, 'All is Lost' (2013) and 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier', it appears there's plenty more to look forward to!

'No, Seriously, They Are': Best True Story Movies (Honestly)

Usually the type of movies that start with 'based on a true story', are cheesy horror flicks about paranormal investigators; not so with these incredible true stories, that chronicle everything from daring exposes to acts of martial courage and sporting triumph.

Best 70s Thrillers

Only the very best thrillers from the 1970s have made it on to this collection, including Jack Nicholson's neo-noir masterpice 'Chinatown' and Robert De Niro's dark psychological character-study 'Taxi Driver'!

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