A compelling, well-written film utilizing top talent to make it an attractive offering. Lithgow was great as Roger Ailes and the "girls" were great also. A lot of the real people were shown as caricatures of themselves like Rudi and Geraldo. (Kudos to Kate Mikinnon who showed that she could have a life beyond SNL.)
My take is that it was damning to Ailes first, then Fox, and sharply critical of Trump but not in a painful way. Most of it is shruggable.
The above shot was me during the ending credits.
Women! Whatcha gonna do?
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