matt and i tried redbox out a couple of times. ie, i finally saw Frost/Nixon...and let me tell you, Frank Langella was remarkable. he encompassed Nixon's demeanor during the Watergate scandal perfectly. there was no sense of acting or mimicry whatsoever. he was focused and empathetic. i was so moved by his performance that by the final scene, i couldn't help but contemplate about Langella and his techniques and mannerisms as an actor in the film. so captivating. Sheen was also very believable and tactful as David Frost. i was surprised and excited to see Sheen play the overly confident, then quickly aghast interviewer during the 1977 interview scenes so well....but, the true praise goes to Langella.