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Monologues, speeches, then even more words (with little refrain),
This could be grating, if it weren’t for the skill of Chastain -
Who keeps us engaged.
Fast-paced game-play: well staged -
In this film that has its flaws - but entertaining in the main.

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Ellsberg knows secrets, and while employed at RAND
Wants hard truths exposed, and takes a brave stand.
Spielberg’s work had me riveted:
Tense, as outcomes pivoted
On Kay’s decision (a superb Streep) re: playing The Post’s hand.
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So Kroc's a mid-century Faustian figure who'd lean On morally unsavoury practices to glean Golden Arches control. (Surface-level look into his soul). Highlights: production design and the tennis court scene.

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Snowden: a whistle-blower re NSA-sanctioned toil. Some see him as a patriot; some as disloyal. A lifeless film: no new insights learned In this story of how he's burned And the ensuing shit-storm of a level most royal.

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So Walter lied and stole Margaret's thunder And she became their mega-bucks funder. The real-life story's compelling. The film's sometimes dull in the telling RE: How he was getting away with blatant plunder.

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Carell's effective as creepy rich son under the thumb Of family history, and strained relationship with mum. Ruffalo and Tatum impress the most, Though the film didn't have me engrossed. It's a case of the parts being better than the sum.

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It seemed promising at first, with a scene of great tension. Then real depth and exploration get no attention. So what I really abhor Isn't just the gung-ho re war It's that nothing's explored beyond one dimension.

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Young Louis found his skill and he ran, Then fought, and got captured in Japan. We see him (relentlessly) suffer, With little audience relief/buffer, But don't feel like we really get to know the man.

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