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Jessica Chastain rewrites the rules of the thriller and plays a long con with Miss Sloane

Miss Sloane is one of those chess-game movies. Listen to its title character – another fantastic performance by Jessica Chastain – in the trailer: “It’s about anticipating your opponent’s moves and devising countermeasures.” That describes her job as a high-powered D.C. 690 more words


John Madden on Releasing Jessica Chastain Political Thriller 'Miss Sloane' in Trump era U.S.

British director John Madden’s political thriller “Miss Sloane” went on release in U.S. cinemas in November 25 via EuropaCorp after world premiering at the AFI fest. 858 more words


Review: 'Miss Sloane'

Almost irresistibly old-fashioned, Miss Sloane revolves around a magnetic performance by Jessica Chastain.

She portrays the titular character, Elizabeth Sloane, a lobbyist known far and wide in government circles for doing whatever it takes to score a win for her client. 504 more words



 Greetings again from the darkness. Timing can be crucial for a film attempting to capitalize on a hot social or political topic or event. One gets the feeling that the filmmakers were excited to open this film on the heels of a Hillary Clinton victory … a story about a powerful woman, laser-focused on her mission to push through gun-control legislation. 370 more words


Miss Sloane eats a bullet

Miss Sloane (2016)

British commie John Madden directs more Hollywood nobodys as they piss on the 2nd Amendment. In lockstep Nazi fashion, the Piss Stream Media celebrate this fiction as “cutting edge,” if only it were a “true story.” 277 more words

Miss Sloane (2016)

Directed by John Madden
Written by Jonathan Perera

Every few years, it seems as though a decent political drama comes out on the Hollywood scene. In recent years, however, it seems there hasn’t been that film, perhaps as a result of the success of David Fincher’s  676 more words


Miss Sloane Movie Review

“Lobbying is about foresight, about anticipating your opponent’s moves, and devising counter measures. The winner walks one step ahead of the opposition. It’s about making sure you surprise them, and they don’t surprise you.” 516 more words