R | | Drama
A television network cynically exploits a deranged former anchor's ravings and revelations about the news media for its own profit.
25 August 2005 | Michael Margetis (email@example.com)
9 | "I'm mad as hell and I'm not gonna take it anymore!" - Howard Beale
#1 Best Film of 1976 'Network' is Paddy Chafesky's riveting and grim tale of the sleaze surrounding the American ...
The director and the screenwriter claimed that the film was not meant to be a satire but a reflection of what was really happening.
This story is about Howard Beale, who was the news anchorman on UBS TV. In his time, Howard Beale had been a mandarin of television, the grand old man of news, with a HUT rating of 16 and a 28 audience share. In 1969, however, his fortunes began to ...
After attending a funeral service, William Holden And Faye Dunaway are talking on a street corner. Holden's hair is a little messy from the wind and passing traffic. A moment later, the two people cross the street and Holden's hair is back in place.
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