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"The Post" is kind of like the Yankees of movies.That Spielberg shot and is releasing the film in under a year was perhaps its only handicap.While there are a few clunkers – as if a parody, the film actually opens in Vietnam to the sound of helicopters and Creedence Clearwater Revival – on the whole "The Post" is meat-and-potatoes Spielberg in the best way.Instead of a deep dive into the reporting that led to the Pentagon Papers being exposed, "The Post" focuses in on The Washington Post executives who risked everything to make it happen.Streep plays Katharine Graham, the new publisher of The Washington Post, who is taking her family's paper public in an effort to save it.
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