Inspired by real events in the life of French New Wave icon Jean Seberg. In the late 1960s, Hoover's FBI targeted her because of her political and romantic involvement with civil rights activist Hakim Jamal.
April 6th, 1917. As a regiment assembles to wage war deep in enemy territory, two soldiers are assigned to race against time and deliver a message that will stop 1,600 men from walking straight into a deadly trap.
When Gretchen Carlson slaps Fox News founder Roger Ailes with a lawsuit alleging sexual harassment, not a soul could predict what would happen next. Her decision leads to Fox News correspondent Megyn Kelly coming forward with her own story, as well as multiple other women, inciting a movement that reverberates around the world.Written by
The film includes three Oscar winners: Allison Janney, Nicole Kidman, and Charlize Theron; and two Oscar nominees: John Lithgow and Margot Robbie. See more »
Look, I've known him for forty years... He's about as flirty as the grizzly from The Revenant!
Let me tell you something: I call these allegations sick, 'cos they are sick!
Hey, why wasn't I let in on the pact?
Breitbart is saying there's a pact among our top fifty on-air talents...? If Roger gets fired, we all walk...?
Great, where do I sign?
Judge Jeanine Pirro:
[leans over cubicle wall]
Why did I never heard of a pact?
[pause as they realize]
Roger placed it.
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Thank you one-star reviews for convincing me to watch this
I was hesitant at first to watch this movie. I couldn't imagine watching anything nearly two hours long about the Fox Network. But as sometimes happens when I look at one-star reviews, the haters convinced me to give it a try. If the film enrages them so much they are driven to defend two old white guys who were fired by their own far right bosses for sexual abuses, the movie must be pretty hard hitting.
I found it to be entertaining. I gather one of the main characters isn't a real person, but rather a sort of amalgam of many women who were sexually abused and either left Fox or were disposed of in other ways. I liked the husband who supported his famous wife so loyally, and got a kick out of the shenanigans the lesbian character had to go through to stay hidden in plain sight. I never expect a documentary with these films, so small changes don't enrage me and provide one-star ammunition. I have to be in a certain frame of mind to watch documentaries anyway.
So if you are a gun carrying member of the far right tribe, perhaps you should skip this movie and save yourself the trouble of posting a one sentence review. I'm here for you, guys.
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