All The President's Men
Directed by Alan J. Pakula
I have had to watch this film several times for my journalism class, where it is devoutly worshipped. Rightfully so, since this is a masterpiece of a film.
The film covers the first seven months of the Watergate Scandal, with Dustin Hoffman and Robert Redford playing Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward, respectively. There are more details here, of course, and this film can be just about as confusing as The Big Sleep.
So, like I said, this movie is a masterpiece, which, to my knowledge, has very few minor inaccuracies. Maybe I am biased, but I loved watching the reporters' processes. It wasn't car chases and death threats; it was simply following up every lead, usually from your desk. I can't honestly say that it is a fun movie to watch over and over, but it certainly is a must see, just for the performances alone.
Frank Willis, the security guard who discovers the break in, plays himself.
Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman memorized each other's lines so that they could interrupt each other in character.