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Be sure to check out the outstanding work put in by Russell Crowe as Fox News guru Roger Ailes in this fact-based ripper. The show covers the same ground as the hit film Bombshell, but in much more detail and subtlety.
The result is a primer on one of TV's most influential creators and an excellent showcase for star Russell Crowe that will still leave viewers wanting something more.
Loudest Voice otherwise is riveting at the start and somewhat less so as time marches on. [Russell] Crowe's portrayal of Ailes of course is the major drawing card, and he is nothing if not fully immersed.
What is so disturbing about the series-what is so disturbing about history!-is that it doesn't matter. He still won.
Most of the viewers of "The Loudest Voice" are going to know all this already, but the miniseries simply wants to rile them up rather than dig into the story.
... More intent on probing the political and sociological impact of Fox News than the ferociously complicated psychology of the man who created it. It's a worthy mission, but it leaves the character at the center of the series at something of a distance.
Dramatic Fox CEO biopic has strong sexual themes, cursing.
The Loudest Voice ensnares you and takes you on a frightening, but entertaining ride. [Full Review in Spanish]
The path the news channel hurtles down after Barack Obama's election in 2008 is brilliantly depicted, including the decision to focus on what is "newsworthy" as much as what is "news."
It isn't perfect, but in an age when actual news cannot be relied upon for the truth, a show about the fall of journalism ironically paints a more accurate portrait of our times.
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