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It is not an entertaining movie but more a movie for the time we live in considering the weighted subject it covers. The movie is really about freedom of the press and its importance in a democracy and about gender equality. It achieves these objectives by covering the true story of attempts by journalists at The Washington Post to publish the Pentagon Papers, classified documents regarding the 30-year involvement of the United States government in the Vietnam War and paying homage to one of the first female publishers of a major American newspaper. The movie got an ensemble cast who give superb performances and the direction is top notch. I did find the movie to be a bit slow and boring but an educational one in the end.
Entertaining yet thought-provoking watch on the ground reality of the situation in the hinterland of India where religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth still play a major role in deciding ones place in life. The movie is inspired by multiple real-life incidents and is honest with its hard take social and political reality of the day. It does not try to be preachy, instead mirror the reality. The movie is supported with a strong cast of superb actors giving us compelling performances. The script is meaningful yet witty with some memorable one-liner humor.
Loosely based on facts, the biographical crime thriller based on racism in America is a treat to watch. An African-American detective infiltrating a Ku Klux Klan chapter would be considered absurd, that it actually happened and he was able to expose those guys is astounding. The movie is an entertaining watch, infused with humor, it tries to keep things fun in the otherwise frightening reality of the situation. The ending is really powerful and showcases the situation still relevant in today's world. It is a thought-provoking movie with hard social and political commentary on today's America.
Big fan of the source material but felt the movie lacking the magic the original had. Scarlett Johansson in the lead performed well, but none the less the character was whitewashed, kind of sad considering they got rest of the supporting cast spot on. I did enjoy the movie, it is entertaining having stunning visuals, a deep story and some cool action sequences, but still, somehow I expected more.
A black comedy with an outlandish plot, it is deceptive and subtle with its script and storytelling. The movie has an ensemble cast of A list Hollywood actors who make fun of their real-life screen personality, them playing a spoof on themselves, that is the only straight forward humour, rest of it takes getting used to. In the end, I was left with the feeling of WTF did I watch? Well, the answer obviously is a typical Coen brothers movie.