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[REVIEW] At any other time, "The Post" might be considered a minor entry in Steven Spielberg’s filmography. Today, right now, it’s a story that will thrill, inspire and resonate – as it rightfully should. . It’s a credit to Spielberg and his fantastic cast that they inject these defining moments with genuine doubt and suspense. Meryl Streep is marvellous, as always, radiating Kay’s worry and despair while also hiding her character’s quiet strength in plain sight. She’s so good that you can almost buy into a completely unsubtle scene - in which she descends the courtroom steps before a line of young girls gazing upon her with unvarnished adulation - that anoints Kay as a feminist hero. Tom Hanks is similarly effective as a brash, principled newsman who takes the value of truth so much for granted that he needs to be reminded - especially in a lovely scene with his wife, Tony (Sarah Paulson) - that integrity does not come without its own incalculable costs... Full review at fmoviemag.com (link in bio) . . #thepost #thepostmovie #stevenspielberg #tomhanks #merylstreep #bobodenkirk #sarahpaulson #tracyletts #brucegreenwood #matthewrhys #moviereview #filmreview #fmoviemag #filmfamefact

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