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The Post: Film Review

I love Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks separately so having them all collaborating on a movie is the dream, not to mention the fact that it is a movie about journalism! 437 more words

Movies

292. Hostiles

★★

I couldn’t tell if it was the sound of crickets chirping or my seatmate snoring during a nighttime scene in the second half of “Hostiles.” Regardless of who emitted the sound, me, my seatmate and the on-screen crickets were in complete agreement: we couldn’t wait for Christian Bale and his western Army cronies to get off screen. 749 more words

Hostiles (2017)

A slow-paced Western with A-list actors, Scott Cooper’s Hostiles is a ponderous Western that feels too lost in its own expansive landscapes. It’s about an Army captain (Christian Bale) reluctantly taking the lead to escort a Cheyenne chief to die on his native soil. 256 more words

Drama

Review: Hostiles (2018)

Written and Directed by Scott Cooper

UK Release Date: 5th January 2018

Feature Running Time: 134 minutes

In the year 1892, battle weary and tired army captain Joe Blocker (Christian Bale) is ordered by his colonel in command Abraham Biggs (Stephen Lang), to escort a Cheyenne chief (Wes Studi) and his family safely back to their homeland through dangerous American territory… 744 more words

Drama

Black Mirror - USS Callister (Review)

What is Space Fleet? I’ll tell you what it is. It is a belief system founded on the very best of human nature. It is a goal for us to strive towards for the betterment of the universe, for the betterment of life itself.

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Black Mirror S04E01 "USS Callister"

Director: Toby Haynes
Writers: Charlie Brooker, William Bridges
Starring: Jesse Plemons, Cristin Milioti, Jimmi Simpson

The new season opens up with a bang.

Every time I watch a Black Mirror episode there isn’t much that I have to say after. 257 more words

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The Post

The Post – When you pair Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks directed by Steven Spielberg, you get what you expect. Pure entertainment.

After her husband’s suicide, Kay Graham (Streep) is now publisher of her father’s newspaper. 155 more words

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