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Anonymous picture

A movie to watch and think about the threats to our constitution--and our freedom--today. Bryan Cranston is marvelous; Helen Mirren puts all her acting skills into creating Hedda Hopper, who, were she still dealing in her self-described "bitchery," would no doubt have been a favorite on Fox.

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If Dalton Trumbo had had his way, that Constitution you refer to would have been shredded even sooner. And "our freedom"? HA! He was a vicious communist, and in fact a Communist, a dues-paying member of the party. Read an honest bio of him and you'll find his fellow communists and Communists ...Read more

Felix avatar

I am very glad I found this movie on this site. It is an important message about free speech. I want read and view some of his other work, but my library and steaming searches have left me with the opinion that they want us to forget him. I wish they would do the same with John Wayne and ...Read more

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If you think Dalton Trumbo was an advocate of "free speech," you are very badly misinformed. Trumbo was not just a communist, but a Communist, a dues-paying member of the party. He toed the party line, including supporting the Hitler-Stalin pact, approving the Soviet invasion of Poland, and ...Read more

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If you enjoyed this movie, please read "Refugees from Hollywood" by Jean Rouveral Butler. The Trumbo family and the Butler family
( Hugo and Jean were both scriptwriters ) fled to Mexico together for a period of time in the '50s and lived close to each other and contemporary artists of ...Read more

Anonymous picture

9/10 Bryan Cranston is magnificent.

Anonymous picture

Great cast. Love Goodman in this. Important historical subject. But kind of boilerplate biopic.

Anonymous picture

Wonderful movie. Depressing as all-get-out.

Anonymous picture

Excellent film!

Eric avatar

Couldn't have said it better myself.