The Post

The Post

By Steven Spielberg

  • Genre: Thriller
  • Release Date: 2018-01-19
  • Advisory Rating: 12
  • Runtime: 1h 56min
  • Director: Steven Spielberg
  • Production Company: Amblin Entertainment
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: GBP 6.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: GBP 4.99
From 1,759 Ratings


Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks share the screen for the first time in Steven Spielberg's THE POST, a thrilling drama about the unlikely partnership between The Washington Post's Katharine Graham (Streep), the first female publisher of a major American newspaper, and editor Ben Bradlee (Hanks), as they race against time to expose a massive cover-up of government secrets that spanned three decades and four U.S. Presidents. The two must overcome their differences as they risk their careers - and their very freedom - to help bring long-buried truths to light.



  • WATCHABLE-just

    By Ejm124
    This has a great line up of actors and thats about the best I can say. It is not going to get you on the edge of your seat and you also find that when you pop out to make a cup of tea, you just can't be bothered to pause it as it goes on and on with not much happening . In fact in fact I found that the best part of the movie was at the very end, where it lead into watergate. I just wish that they had made an updated version of that instead
  • 3 Stars

    By AnnieCYa
    A pretty boring rendition of an interesting moment in time. Good acting, costume & historical fact.. just somehow a boring rendition..
  • An honest film so relevant now!

    By impy20541
    I thoroughly enjoyed this depiction of journalism against politics and found it incredibly relevant, particularly with the backdrop of Trump. Well acted, great story and I loved it!
  • V good

    By 1hrdhdjdndjd
    I don’t know what movie the other reviewers were watching, this is a really good flick
  • Dull

    By Tomd904
    Didn’t really get what was happening. Boring film.
  • Dull and long winded

    By Rivanj
    Very disappointing. The worst Tom Hank film I’ve ever seen.

    By Howiebabycoocachoo
    The Observer film critic called this "One of the best films ever made." It's not - but it's good. It's easy, in our internet news age, to appreciate why many newspaper critics are overrating this pro-press movie. However, it reminds us all, and justifiably so, why "proper" journalism is more crucial than ever in this era of fake news, shallow online content and the communal, online "chamber pot" into which the many mindless and immoral now mentally and emotionally defecate. Whilst not one of the best films ever to have been made, it certainly contains one of the best messages.
  • A great prequel

    By Sparky1968
    Two powerful roles filled by two great actors. A great prequel to all the presidents men.
  • Hollywood Propaganda

    By The_Sam1108
    In a time which the media is under fire for being fake news, there is a film praising the media whilst being against the executive. No wonder it got 5 star reviews from the media.
  • Boring

    By May-Z P
    Same old same old about US presidents et al being liars. Wow! Didn't know that. Can put up with that if it's packaged properly - but it wasn't. I thought that Streep had been replaced by Margaret Thatcher on several occasions. I had to be told that she was playing a brave woman by Hanks' character's wife because she just came across as an inept socialite - so good acting I suppose if I was made to utterly dislike her. Hanks didn't work - feet on the desk does not a hard-bitten editor make: but then he wasn't was he, just another 'I hang out with presidents' bore. Bob Odenkirk steals the show but wasn't in it enough. Yet another film in the genre: 'not a single likeable character' (Odenkirk apart). So the message? Free press - isn't the US great; and wasn't she an amazing woman? Tedious.