| Release Date: July 13, 2018
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EdTMuellerJul 16, 2018
Meathead drops another bomb. You just have to watch the trailer to glimpse the poor direction, overwrought dialogue and poor acting. Avoid this turkey at all costs.
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Slovenly_MuseAug 15, 2018
Yes, it can be clunky at times, but this film says everything about journalism (especially in wartime) that The Post miserably failed to explore. This film is not interested in political dunking on the disastrous decision to invade Iraq,Yes, it can be clunky at times, but this film says everything about journalism (especially in wartime) that The Post miserably failed to explore. This film is not interested in political dunking on the disastrous decision to invade Iraq, rather it is concerned with illuminating the importance of a free and skeptical press, and demonstrating the fatal flaws in a news media industry that is more concerned with access than accuracy. A sobering reminder that journalists (and politicians) hold countless lives in their hands, and if they are careless with the truth, the real consequences are suffered by those on the ground. This film leans left only in the sense that "Reality has a liberal bias." In fact, its decision to focus on the consequences of the invasion on the American soldiers sent into Iraq to pay the ultimate price for Cheney's dishonesty, while mostly ignoring the civilians in the Middle East who are living (and dying) in a destabilized war zone because of these lies, seems a deliberate choice to appeal to conservatives. Regardless of your political leanings, this film is powerful and honest, and more important now than ever before. Don't miss it! Expand
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DaddyO3Jul 16, 2018
Pathetic excuse for a movie. Don't waste your time or money on this one. .
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dwfubarAug 4, 2018
For those of us who actually paid attention to the facts and not the hysteria, it's nice to see a film honoring due diligence and multiple sourcing facts. This movie has a great cast and should be seen if not in a theater at home. RememberFor those of us who actually paid attention to the facts and not the hysteria, it's nice to see a film honoring due diligence and multiple sourcing facts. This movie has a great cast and should be seen if not in a theater at home. Remember when those idiots started calling French fries, freedom fries? Well the French also had the facts right and I am sorry they didn't get a mention in this film. Expand
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ProteusJul 26, 2018
Clooney and Reiner are fighting it out for who can make the worst, most out of touch, most tone deaf movie of the year. Reiner still thinks its 1995 and thinks people believe the now discredited Fake News liberal propaganda machine.

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Clooney and Reiner are fighting it out for who can make the worst, most out of touch, most tone deaf movie of the year. Reiner still thinks its 1995 and thinks people believe the now discredited Fake News liberal propaganda machine.

Could be a tie between George and Rob for most clueless Hollywood liberal.
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Bizzylorenzo70Aug 19, 2018
Having followed those times very closely, it's my opinion that everything in Rob Reiner's latest film is spot-on true. There's an all-star cast here and the film moves along at a most engaging pace, with reminders to me of All the President'sHaving followed those times very closely, it's my opinion that everything in Rob Reiner's latest film is spot-on true. There's an all-star cast here and the film moves along at a most engaging pace, with reminders to me of All the President's Men and Spotlight in its way of presentation. Yes, it has its agenda but what's wrong with an agenda that tells the truth no matter how hard it is to swallow. Expand
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