Meet the Press
Meet the Press
TV-G | 06 November 1947 (USA)
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  • Reviews

    It's hard to see any effort in the film. There's no comedy to speak of, no real drama and, worst of all.

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    Murphy Howard

    I enjoyed watching this film and would recommend other to give it a try , (as I am) but this movie, although enjoyable to watch due to the better than average acting fails to add anything new to its storyline that is all too familiar to these types of movies.

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    Usamah Harvey

    The film's masterful storytelling did its job. The message was clear. No need to overdo.

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    Mandeep Tyson

    The acting in this movie is really good.

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    Tim Russert is a great host for "Meet the Press". He has never made any real bones about having been raised in a working-class union Catholic household in Buffalo, or acted as if this has in no way shaped his thinking. This background does not, however, prevent him from asking real, probing questions of his guests, Democrats and Republicans alike. He is less objective about his beloved Bills than he is about politics, but he is at his very best when he asks people their stance in light of their own past comments which he has at his disposal on videotape. Russert, contrary to some of the other opinions posted here, has in my opinion been far less of a Democratic partisan than his MSNBC counterpart, Chris Matthews.

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    Meet the Press is the most important show about politics on the air. It is on regular network television so that anyone with a television has access to it, and it airs on Sunday morning when many people are home to view it.The show is always on top of pressing issues in the news and Russert always brings in great guests from all sides.No matter what anyone thinks of Russert, he asks EVERYONE the important questions and respectfully allows them to answer (unlike other shows that end up being shouting matches.This show is a must see for anyone interested in politics.

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    Meet the Press is a must-see for anyone concerned with current events, if for no other reason than that it's a must-show for the participants in those events. It's a show with a clear liberal bias, but compared to most of today's news programs I would call it pretty even-handed.Russert is a skilled interviewer, able to pose a question and then shut his mouth for however long it takes the guest to respond fully, but he has a tendency to become overexcited about his hypothetical constructs, as in "If you knew then what you know now, would you still do what you did?" It's hard to imagine any sane, self-respecting person trying to answer a question like that, but somehow they all take a stab at it. (In fairness to the guests, Russert is so over-enthusiastic with these that he rarely takes "I really don't know," as an answer to such questions.In my opinion the greatest strength of the show is the way it confronts guests with their own press and allows them to respond to it. Russert is well-known for describing a video clip of the guest that's about to be played, and then saying briskly "Let's watch!"

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    I have noticed those who accuse the host, Tim Russert of being some kind of liberal. While he may have worked for democrats in the past, he is no more liberal than chris matthews. i watched him skewer and interrupt Ted Kennedy last week, as he does on a regular basis to anyone left of Dick Cheney. Remember his hostile questioning of Mrs. Clinton during a debate for NY senate. NBC is trying to show they do not have a liberal bias by employing him. it's time they some actual liberals on the shows panel to stand up to him. the best person on his panel is Robin Wright of the Los Angeles Times. i always look foward to her insight on foreign affaire, especially the middle east. as a whole i think it's sad that democratic politicians are forced to appear on this program.

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