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Critics are out on Meryl Streep ‘s turn in The Post

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The Post doesn’t come out till next month, but, it is already drumming up much discussion — mostly — due to its attacks and references to the Nixon Administration and his resignation.  We took the liberty of rounding up  most of the reviews so far, and, they’re all pretty intriguing.

The Post is the rare Hollywood movie made not to fulfill marketing imperatives but because the filmmakers felt the subject matter had real and immediate relevance to the crisis both society and print journalism find themselves in right now,” writes Kenneth Turan at the Los Angeles Times.

It’s “a reflection of all we stand to lose if news reporting and the outlets that support it should vanish, especially in the face of a President who strives daily to crush it,” yet “the movie is so fleet and entertaining that you never feel you’re being lectured to.” At Time,

 


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By SHK

Sultan H. Khane II is the Editor-in-Chief of Bazaar Daily News and its 5 sister properties.

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