Directed by Steven Spielberg, The Post tells the story of Katherine Graham (Meryl Streep), the first female publisher of a major American newspaper, the Washington Post. Set in the later years of the Vietnam War, Katherine and her editor Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks) suddenly find themselves in the possession of papers exposing the American government’s… [Read More]
Set in the later years of the Vietnam War, Katherine Graham, publisher of the Washington Post, and her editor Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks) suddenly find themselves in the possession of papers exposing the American government’s cover-ups. As her shareholders are growing anxious and question her ability to lead, she and Bradlee must decide whether they… [Read More]
It’s hard to think of a time when a film that highlights the First Amendment is not timely, but it certainly seems especially so with this film.
For those who enjoy film, the names John Ford, Frank Capra, George Stevens, William Wyler, and John Huston will be familiar. All are Oscar-winning directors (with a total of 14 Oscars between them). They were also part of the World War II war effort as military filmmakers.
some say celebs like Streep should keep their political rants off camera when at a purportedly non-political party, such as the Golden Globes meh. i didn’t mind her speaking her mind. Trumpsters, i suppose, (and he, himself, if Twitter matters) are troubled by her oh-so-subtle-and-clever naming-without-naming takedown of the prez elect nah. seemed accurate to me. she also… [Read More]