Year Released: 2019
Staring: Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, Margot Robbie, John Lithgow
Director: Jay Roach
A group of women take on Fox News head Roger Ailes and the toxic atmosphere he presided over at the network.
4 Tiny Reviews
"The best way to sum up ‘Bombshell’ is that it's a story that needs to be remembered and told, yet the film we got is good but not great. While all the acting is phenomenal - especially the leads - and makeup fantastic, the story, filmmaking and editing are uncreative and thus fail to hit the home run that this should have been. Having said that ‘Bombshell’ is still one to watch, if only to be reminded of what is still happening to women today - not just in Hollywood, but all around the world. -"
"**_A well-acted film about the human cost of bullying and sexual harassment_** >_11.On or about September 3, 2009, Carlson complained to her supervisor that one of her co-hosts on_ Fox & Friends_, Steve Doocy, had created a hostile work environment by regularly treating her in a sexist and condescending way, including by putting his hand on her and pulling down her arm to shush her during a live telecast._ >_12.Doocy engaged in a pattern and practice of severe and pervasive sexual harassme"
"I was hesitant at first to watch this movie. I couldn't imagine watching anything nearly two hours long about the Fox Network. Plus I saw a lot of negative buzz on the film. I am a progressive and have been glad to see wealthy men being held accountable for sexual harassment finally, but I wasn't anxious to watch a hit job either. I researched the actual story and it seemed to be about two old white guys in a privileged position, and if their conservative wealthy boss fired them, how unfair coul"
"Bombshell - The scandal tells the true story of the terror and harassment experienced by several women on FOX NEWS, the story of how the truth was slowly seeking the light of day, of how a group of women got together and tried to overthrow one of the biggest names associated with the FOX brand. Before the explosion of the #metoo movement, the first sign of a paradigm shift in Hollywood began with the fall of TV titan Roger Ailes. The film, by director Jay Roach, follows Ailes' last days as CE"
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