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EW | 'Elvis & Nixon' Review

Entertainment Weekly

In a deck of playing cards, only an ace can trump the king; in Elvis & Nixon, even the leader of the free world is forced to play second banana. Inspired by a single 1970 photograph—famously the most requested image in the National Archives—filmmaker Liza Johnson’s fizzy, gold-plated caper recreates the fateful rendezvous between two of the 20th century’s most indelible figures, a brief meeting still shrouded in secrecy decades after it took place.

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