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(56194) 6.8 109 min 2019

Bombshell is a movie starring Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, and Margot Robbie. A group of women take on Fox News head Roger Ailes and the toxic atmosphere he presided over at the network.

Starring
Charlize Theron, Margot Robbie, Nicole Kidman, John Lithgow
Genres
Biography, Drama
Director
Jay Roach

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Biography, Drama
Director Jay Roach
Writer Charles Randolph
Stars Charlize Theron, Margot Robbie, Nicole Kidman, John Lithgow
Country USA, Canada
Also Known As Gorący temat, O Escândalo, Bombshell - hiljaisuuden rikkojat, Оне су бомбе, Skandalas, El escándalo, Bombshell - O Escândalo, スキャンダル, Ptzatza, Bombshell - Das Ende des Schweigens, El escándalo (Bombshell), One su bombe, Skandāls, 重磅腥聞, Fair and Balanced, Scandale, Tin 'Nóng', Βόμβα, Bombshell - La voce dello scandalo, Skandal, Botrány, Bombshell - När tystnaden bryts, 爆炸新闻, One so bombe, Opgørets time, Pommuudis
Runtime 1H 49M
Description Against the backdrop of the 2016 United States presidential election, Fox News' anchor, Megyn Kelly, finds herself embroiled in controversy, after questioning the Republican front runner, Donald Trump, on his misogynistic comments. But, on July 6, 2016--as the network's former anchorwoman, Gretchen Carlson, sets in motion a maelstrom of events for refusing to exchange sexual favours with Fox News mogul, Roger Ailes--other journalists, like the ambitious producer, Kayla Pospisil, come forward. Now, three wronged women are about to reveal the toxic world of sexual harassment in a workplace environment, bent on bringing down the powerful CEO. However, are Megyn, Gretchen, and Kayla the only ones who didn't get along with the boys?

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Thursday, 01 Oct 2020 19:37

The above line was placed here by a good friend of mine in the media spotlight regarding this film. I should have listened. What's the use of giving a film a bad review if you are told to not see it because of it's poor plot or lack thereof? This film was outstanding. It's screenplay was brilliant, well-paced and kept me at the edge of my seat. The cast did an excellent job at embodying the characters of the Boston Freedom Fighters and their crew. There was no dull moment. The movie moved along at a good pace and made me completely understand the actions that they took, all while showing the events in a historical and historical-level perspective. It was about the magnitude of the events that happened in Boston in 1919, as well as the emotional and political consequences of the war. I was very impressed with the acting and the script. It's really hard to find films that portray the struggles of the ordinary person against the whole of the institution that is government and its rules. The events in this film really captured the sentiment of the times. I also liked the way that the documentary footage was utilized to the benefit of the film. I found it quite interesting how they used the footage and it was the most well-balanced approach to the film, being made from the perspectives of many different factions in society. I really didn't feel like this film was focused on the same topic as the Patriot Act and other related issues, so the ending was very interesting, considering the whole film was dedicated to a documentary on the Freedom Fighters. Overall, this film was very well made and very well-acted. It's a must-see for anyone interested in the "Boston Freedom Fighters." The film is excellent and I highly recommend it.
Tuesday, 14 Jul 2020 18:39

Bombshell is a truly excellent film. A terrible year for films, it's been hard to find quality entertainment this year. While I have yet to see the great Netflix Original which I have been anticipating, this film was highly recommended. It is based on the novel of the same name, with the cast consisting of the brilliant Adam Sandler, a young William Dafoe and a young Sam Rockwell. It was shot with the same art direction and cinematography as the Coen Brothers film, but the story is more polished, it is a much better script. The story is based on a true story, the film was shot entirely in Australia and New Zealand, with a number of locations including the Australia Zoo and the Perth Zoo. The cast is excellent, with Sandler bringing his usual comic genius to the role of Adam Sandler, William Dafoe and Sam Rockwell are very good, their performances are perfect in their roles, the performances of Sandy Duncan and Elizabeth Debicki are also great, they are excellent in their roles. Sam Rockwell is very good as the troubled Chris Kattan, he is hilarious and sincere in his character, and his performance is so strong that it is impossible not to watch. Adam Sandler is brilliant as the film's main protagonist, his performance is excellent and is so full of emotion that it is impossible not to watch. A few years after the events of the film, Adam Sandler is a man at a crossroads, he has a real mental breakdown and decides to shoot himself in the head, saving himself from the reality he has created. He is very well done, his performance is very emotional and is definitely one of the best in the film, it's very sad to see him get the opportunity to perform his role, it's amazing that he can carry the film as well. The rest of the cast are also very good, Elizabeth Debicki is very good in her role, with her strong and natural performance and a powerful performance. Sandy Duncan is also very good in his role, he gives a powerful performance and is very convincing, the rest of the cast are good, the only person that I didn't care for was Danny McBride. He was barely in the film, he was very good in his role. The film is very well directed by Justin Benson, the camera work is excellent, the filming style is interesting and the use of colour is beautiful, the film has a very unique style, and Benson was able to capture the visual style of the film with the style of his directing, he captured the emotions of the film very well. Balesong is very beautiful, the music score is good and the sound is perfect, the film's soundtrack is very good, the film is shot in Australia with the Perth Zoo and the Sydney Harbour bridge, all of the locations are beautiful. The film is a great drama, the story is compelling and the performances are good, the film is highly recommended, it is a great film that should be seen, it is not perfect but it is a great film that should be watched. *
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 08:21

HARRY GRAY HAS A GENUINE CHARACTER. SO MUCH SO THAT IT RULES. AND HIS CONCEIT IS STILL A CRITICISM OF THE CINEMATOGRAPHY. HIS ACTING IS NOT OF HONESTEEN. IT IS OF RACIAL UNDERSTANDING. WHEN HE WAS FRIGGIN' ON THE MOON (TRUE BLONDE), AND HIS CHARACTER FELT SO TOUCHY IN THAT STORY THAT IT MADE HIM DISTORT A TROUBLE FOR HIM. WE ALSO SEE HIS CHARACTER IN "SUPERMAN" WHEN HIS HEARTS ARE CURSED. (LEFT AND RIGHT). AND NOW HE IS DOING THE MOST HARD-BASED JOURNEY, EVER. WHEN HE DIRKS ON THAT STATION. WE SEE HIS HANDS. AND HE HAS BEEN MADE TO DEAL WITH THE DEPTH OF THE WATER (TOTALLY TRUE). AND THEY SEEM TO ME TO BE THE ROLE MODEL. BUT WE ALSO SEE THAT HE DOESN'T HAVE A GOOD EYE AND HAS TO SIT WITH HIS EYES OPEN. (ONE OF THE BEST ACTS OF ALL TIME). HE DOESN'T WANT TO TOUCH THE WATER. HE WANTED TO RUB IT UP. AND INSTEAD OF SAYING "THE WATER IS GREAT," HE SAYS "WHY ARE YOU DOING THIS?" (WHICH IS ANOTHER TRUE CHARACTER). HE REACTS AND RESPONDED TO ANOTHER REACTION. AND THEN THERE IS THE REAL PAST-HARRY HAVING THE STALKING (TRUE BLONDE), WHICH GETS THRU SO MANY FEELINGS. AND WHEN THEY GET TO THE CINEMATOGRAPHY BEGGAR-T WITH THE AMAZING AND SCARED BUT DRAMATIC FILM, WE SEE THE POINT. (HARD TO MAKE). BUT HE ALSO GETS INTO A REALLY BAD HEAD-OVER-HEART. AND THUS, WE SEE THE POTENTIAL HE HAS FOR THE HERO. AND EVEN HIS FILM DOESN'T PUT IT INTO A CLEAR CLIMAX. (SOME OF THE CHARACTERS ARE STUCK IN A PLACE WHERE THEY CAN'T ACT). WE ALSO SEE A BRUTAL DECISION. IT MIGHT BE A GOOD ONE. BUT IT DOESN'T WORK. INSTEAD, HE JUST SITS ON IT. (THE WAY HE GETS TO THE WATER IS BRUTAL). HE DOESN'T HELP THE GROWLERS. AND A MIGHTY HALL OF JUSTICE (THE GATEWAYS, YES), AND ALSO A DIFFICULT LIFE. (THE BEGGAR-T STILL MATTERS). AND IN A WAY, HE SEEMS TO BE THE FUNNIEST. HARDY GRAY DOESN'T HAVE TO SIT IN AN AIRPORT, AND LITERALLY SHRINK. HE HAS TO GO ON AIRWAYS WITH HIS OWN WATER. BUT HE'S SO TOTALLY THE ANTICIPATED RESULT. (THE WAY HE GETS TO THE WATER IS WONDERFUL). I WANT TO SAY MORE, BUT THIS IS AN INCREDIBLE FILM. AND SOMEONE CALLED IT "
Sunday, 03 May 2020 21:14

Bombshell was the first film I ever saw starring Viola Davis. It's just the sort of movie that comes along at a time when you just want to watch something that looks good, and is one that you can look forward to, seeing a lot of. The film is set in a small town in New Mexico, where a young woman is being driven through the desert in a car belonging to her best friend, Mia (played by Viola Davis). One night they run into an accident, and the young woman is badly injured, but able to get back on her feet in a few days. They eventually set up camp in a desert town, and continue to make their way out to the nearest town. Mia, however, was not fully recovered from her injuries, and was forced to move on to the next town, so Mia and her friends could find a new home. In the meantime, Mia's car has been towed to the town, and a new one has been bought, and is driven around town for the first time in months. This is where the story gets interesting. The new car has been sent in by the town sheriff, who has just been kidnapped by a black man named Jonathan Scott (played by the wonderful Viggo Mortensen), and held in a room in the town jail. Mia and her friends work together to try and track down Scott, and rescue the sheriff. The only problem is, it's not that easy, because Scott is extremely dangerous. The movie follows Mia and her friends throughout this journey, trying to find the truth behind the mysterious disappearance of the sheriff. The town is shocked to learn that the sheriff is being held captive, and with the help of Mia and her friends, they attempt to find him before he is taken by Scott, and the town will face the prospect of losing the town's most popular tourist attraction, the Cottonwood Canyon Hot Springs, that has been all but destroyed by a fire. The movie, while it had a good story, was directed by John McTiernan, the man who made The Untouchables. The performances in this film were all exceptional. Viola Davis was absolutely stunning, and she certainly deserves her nomination for this film. It's one of her best roles, and is really the best thing about this film. The rest of the cast did good work, but the main standout performance was Viggo Mortensen. This is one of the best performances I've seen of him. He is the man who really made the film for me. The way he played his role, and the way he carried himself was incredible. The way he carried himself while being tortured in the jail cell, and his actions were just so realistic. He was just so wonderful. The film was also great to watch for some reason, because it was set in a small town. There were a lot of scenes that really made me think of places I'd lived in as a child. The little town where I grew up, and where I now live. The desert was beautiful, and the way the town was filmed really brought me back to those days. All in all, Bombshell was an excellent movie. It's a film that you can watch over and over, because you just want to see Mia and the rest of the characters in different situations. It's a film that you can also look forward to seeing again. It's not one of my favorites, but it's definitely one of my favorites.


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