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Film Review & Trailer: The Post

Frances Winston enjoyed this gripping and entertaining treatement of this true-life political thriller

Directed by: Steven Spielberg – Starring: Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Sarah Paulson, Bob Odenkirk, Tracy Letts, Bradley Whitford, Bruce Greenwood, Matthew Rhys… 565 more words

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Flash Movie Review: The Post

THEY WERE THE IDEAL DINNER guests that dined with us. Informative, knowledgeable, honest and dependable; with such admirable traits they were always welcome into our home. 664 more words


The Post (2017)

It’s an odd thing to say about a film set in 1971, but The Post is a movie that sits very firmly in the here and now. 983 more words


Pentagone Papers - Bande-Annonce

Aujourd’hui, j’avais envie de parler de la bande-annonce du film très attendu Pentagone Papers, de Steven Spielberg.


Un plongeon au coeur du scandale des Pentagone Papers, et de la rivalité entre le New York Times et le Washington Post au tout début des années 70 … 379 more words

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Dress for the Oscar you Want...

Charming. Whimsical. Inspiring. These are all words that one would commonly use to describe a Steven Spielberg movie, and oftentimes it would be in a positive connotation. 191 more words


Film Review: The Post Sacrifices Thoroughness and Nuance for Relevance

Steven Spielberg is not normally a spontaneous filmmaker. When he finds projects he likes he sits on them and mulls them over for years before ever making it to set. 1,410 more words

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The Post

Post, The (2017)
★★★★ / ★★★★

Impeccably acted and executed with a high level of verve common to memorable historical dramas, Steven Spielberg’s “The Post,” on the surface, is about the publication of the Pentagon Papers, top-secret documents that spans three decades with regards to the United States’ role in Vietnam, the resulting quicksand war, including the government’s lies and manipulation of the American people, but look a little more carefully and realize it is an exploration of the role The Washington Post, under the leadership of publisher Kay Graham, in continuing to inform Americans of the contents within the aforementioned classified documents after The New York Times was stopped by the Nixon administration from reporting any further about the leaks. 410 more words

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