DickDirector: Andrew Fleming, Kirsten Dunst, Michelle Williams, Jim Breuer
The mystery of the 18-minute-gap in Richard Nixon's White House tapes -- and how it connects to the previously undocumented involvement of two teenage girls in the Watergate scandal -- is the subject of this political comedy. Betsy Jobs (Kirsten Dunst) and Arlene Lorenzo (Michelle Williams) are high school students and best friends living in Washington D.C. in 1972. Betsy is pretty and popular, while Arlene is cute but a bit awkward. Arlene is obsessed with singing star Bobby Sherman, but that comes to a halt when she and Betsy get lost during a school field trip to the White House. A chance encounter with Checkers the dog leads to the girls meeting President Richard M. Nixon himself (Dan Hedaya). In Nixon, Arlene sees a strong, caring man who loves his dog, and she soon develops a furious crush on the president; Betsy is puzzled but remains supportive. Arlene's devotion to the president is rewarded when she and Betsy are named official White House dog walkers; however, when Arlene and Betsy discover that Nixon has a foul mouth and a short temper and, worst of all, kicks his dog, they realize that the President is not all he appears to be. And when they overhear Nixon ranting about Bob Woodward (Will Ferrell) and Carl Bernstein (Bruce McCulloch), a pair of reporters from The Washington Post looking for dirt on the President, Arlene and Betsy decide that they're happy to help. Dick also features Dave Foley as Bob Haldeman, Harry Shearer as G. Gordon Liddy, and Ana Gasteyer as Rosemary Woods.
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- Sony Pictures
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Cast & Crew
|Kirsten Dunst||Betsy Jobs|
|Michelle Williams||Arlene Lorenzo|
|Jim Breuer||John Dean|
|Will Ferrell||Bob Woodward|
|Dave Foley||Bob Haldeman|
|Dan Hedaya||Richard M. Nixon|
|Teri Garr||Teri Lorenzo|
|Ana Gasteyer||Rosemary Woods|
|Devon Gummersall||Larry Jobs|
|Bruce McCulloch||Carl Bernstein|
|Saul Rubinek||Henry Kissinger|
|Harry Shearer||G. Gordon Liddy|
|G.D. Spradlin||Ben Bradlee|
|David Coatsworth||Executive Producer|
|John Debney||Score Composer|
|Barbara Dunphy||Production Designer|
|Donald Emblad||Set Decoration/Design|
|Deborah Everton||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Libby Hodgson||Asst. Director|
|Gale Anne Hurd||Producer|
|David Husby||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Nancy Pankiw||Set Decoration/Design|
|Eric Pascarelli||Camera Operator|
|Ralph Sall||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Lucinda Zak||Art Director|
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2 girls that meet the president wow groovy flower power and Kirsten Dunst is so cute in this movie i liked it = nice.
''Dick'' is easily one of the cutest, cleverest movies ever made. Kirsten Dunst & Michelle Williams are absolutely groovy as Betsy and Arlene; while Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, and Dan Hedeya give hilarious peformances. ''Dick'' is a great movie choice if you're after a good time.
It one of my favorites! Dunst does a great job once again!
This movie was funny and fun. Betsy and Arelen get a little too blonde sometimes but overall it was very amusing. Good to watch when you're having a girls night in, feeling dumb, or when you're feeling like a woman can't get ne where in life.