A movie about truths the government tried to hide from the American people feels pretty timely right about now. Nothing changes while everything shifts, I guess. Accountability, government coverups and the first female publisher (Katherine Graham played by Meryl Streep) at The Washington Post are at the center of Steven Spielberg's latest. Look for The Post in theaters on December 22nd (limited release), January 12th everywhere.
It's not a prequel, sequel, reboot or remake, so I'll probably watch this. I wonder what the accidental death rate would be for someone who is five inches tall. OK now I'm trying to sort out logistics so I'll definitely watch this. I have so many questions. Downsizing hits theaters December 22nd.