I must’ve been up late on some kind of Wikipedia trip when I realized I’d never seen this. Ron Howard is all right as a director, but this fanciful re-telling of British TV personality David Frost’s famous interview with post-Presidency Richard Nixon caught my eye. By fanciful, I mean, largely conjectured. Like my favorite film of all time, Amadeus, this is a fictional retelling of real events adapted from a stage play. Langella doesn’t look like Nixon, but both actors turn in great performances as Frost stumbles to crack ol’ Dick in the wake of Watergate.