A flawlessly executed gimmick.
A grim, compelling meditation on power and corruption, and a fitting conclusion to the franchise.
It winds up feeling less like a tense survival film, and more like a well-polished television docudrama that happened to make it to the big screen.
If you’ve got the stomach for it, it’s definitely worth seeing
Except for All the President’s Men, there’s never been a better portrait of journalism.
An entertaining foray into a fictionalized election.
We are inevitable prisoners of subjectivity
ERMAHGERD JACK BLACK
If you know who Miike is, you already know if you’re gonna see this.
Its best quality is its recognition that the central fight – and any fight for justice – is not made of heroes.