Berardinelli, Internet Critic Full Review
Very Good In an example of his mastery over the medium of film, Spielberg is able to (a) provide sufficient background for the uneducated viewer to understand the basics of the situation, (b) avoid oversaturating the film with exposition, (c) developing two compelling characters, and (d) keep the pace from flagging.
Roger Ebert Full Review
Good ...there's more than enough to like here, including a great ensemble, the best performance from a living legend in years, and, again, a message that feels depressingly timely.
NY Post Full Review
Good Streep, Hanks and Spielberg: How has this power threesome never converged before? In a brisk, timely story about freedom of the press, "The Post” may be all-too-easy Oscar bait, but it's as satisfying and polished as you'd expect.
Slant Magazine Full Review
Above Average No American film since David Fincher's Zodiac has exhibited such a love for the way information travels than The Post. Steven Spielberg's film is an ode to an era when newspapers—with their crotchety reporters and editors, connected and well-heeled owners, democratic values, and broadsheet features—were a literal part of the social fabric...
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