Look, if you're into this "news room" genre of film, I'm sure you'll have a good time with this one. It's well lit, well acted, well written, and genuinely kind of informative to younger people like myself who weren't familiar with why Ed Murror was so significant. It's also shot in lush black & white to achieve maximum nostalgic effect. That said, when you've seen one of these movies (think Network, The Post, Spotlight, All The Presidents Men AND SO ON), this slides so easily into the middle of the pack that it feels virtually insignificant. And boring. And small stakes. And white.
I did not like it, Sam I Am.