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The Paper 1994

From Amazon: Highly entertaining albeit thin journalism thriller, this examination of a 24-hour period in the life of a New York Post-ish tabloid focuses on a hard-working metro editor (a pitch-perfect Michael Keaton) thinking of going to a loftier job at a rival paper. Edgy, "NYC as the center of the universe" full of sweat and grit, the paper debates the hot story of the day: a racial shooting. Like most movies from Ron Howard's universe (Parenthood, Backdraft), it's always just a movie, full of dramatic, over-the-top setups instead of the genuine article. Still, the film has the feeling of being there, full of workman's vigor...

Directed By:
Ron HowardRon Howard
Written By:
David KoeppDavid Koepp
No image existsSteven Koepp
Michael KeatonMichael Keaton
Robert DuvallRobert Duvall
Marisa TomeiMarisa Tomei
Glenn CloseGlenn Close
Randy QuaidRandy Quaid
No image existsJason Robards Jr.
Jason AlexanderJason Alexander
No image existsSpalding Gray
Catherine O'HaraCatherine O'Hara
No image existsLynne Thigpen

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The Paper Movie Review by Movie Addict (3/10/2007)

This was a great film that showed how work interferes with family. It
often happens that you must choose to be successful. Michael Keaton is
trying to do both and is doing badly at each. This is probably the best
film I have seen with Marisa Torme. I really like her and she did a
fantastic job here as Keaton's wife. Glen...

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