Bombshell (2019) 720p YIFY Movie

Bombshell (2019)

Bombshell is a movie starring Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, and Margot Robbie. A group of women take on Fox News head Roger Ailes and the toxic atmosphere he presided over at the network.

IMDB: 6.85 Likes

  • Genre: Biography | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 997.91M
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English  
  • Run Time: 108
  • IMDB Rating: 6.8/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 7 / 148

The Synopsis for Bombshell (2019) 720p

When slaps Fox News founder with a lawsuit alleging sexual harassment, not a soul could predict what would happen next. Her decision leads to Fox News correspondent coming forward with her own story, as well as multiple other women, inciting a movement that reverberates around the world.


The Director and Players for Bombshell (2019) 720p

[Director]Jay Roach
[Role:]Nicole Kidman
[Role:]Charlize Theron
[Role:]Margot Robbie
[Role:]John Lithgow


The Reviews for Bombshell (2019) 720p


Lie Down With Dogs Get Up With FleasReviewed byJackCerfVote: 5/10

Since this is a political movie, I'm going to comment on it from a political perspective. Carlson, Kelly and the fictitious Kayla were all fine with short skirts and glass top desks. They all wanted to work for an enterprise that advocated all day every day that a toad like Roger Ailes or his master Rupert Murdoch is the highest type of humanity, who had earned the right to do as he pleased with his inferiors. Their employer disapproved of the laws prohibiting sexual extortion on principle, and they knew it and went along for as long as they could. They were all good, loyal servants of the patriarchy until it asked for 110% loyalty. What happened to them then resembles what happened to all of those good, true-believing Communists who Stalin shot or sent to the Gulag in 1937-39 because they were loyal to the idea and the system but not quite loyal enough to him personally.

Of all the real, as opposed to fictional characters in the movie,the only one I had any sympathy for is Nancy Erika Smith, a hard nosed plaintiff's lawyer who has spent her whole life fighting and beating people like Ailes. Without Smith or an equally skilled employment lawyer, Carlson would have been rolled over by the Fox News litigatin machine. But then, there's nothing glamourous about her, so she got very little room, or credit, in a story about right wing blondes who supposedly saw the light.

Ailes deserved what he got, and worse. Like Cardinal Wolsey or Thomas Cromwell, he served a capricious, egotistical absolute monarch to the best of his malignant ability and thought he deserved gratitude. Instead, when he was no longer useful to the king, off with his head. Only metaphroically, though.

Consistently disengagingReviewed byLiamDoesntLikeMoviesVote: 5/10

BOMBSHELL 5 out of 10Consistently disengaging.

Charles Randolph, co-writer of best adapted screenplay Oscar winner The Big Short (with Adam McKay, based on the book by Micheal Lewis), wrote Bombshell. He should not be allowed to write alone.

The material he had to work with in bombshell had every opportunity to be engaging, however it was horribly executed with maybe 1 good scene of tension and drama.There is a cautionary foremessage about the presence of dramatisation in the movie. There is no way the movie is less boring than the real events that occurred.

No character was given any depth, with the only distinguishing feature being the A-list actor in the part. Randolph could not choose a focus for the story, not any of the characters or even the main issue was followed to any significant degree; instead, the movie diverts to unnecessary tangents about what our characters are up to in their personal lives in what I can only assume was an attempt to humanise the cardboard cutouts. I couldn't care for any of the characters.

By an acting standpoint, I managed to spot 3 good actors, Charlize Theron, Margot Robbie and John Lithgow. Lithgow's performance was genuinely engaging as was most of Theron's.The few Australian accents in the movie from the Murdoch family were laughable as they parkoured between British, American and have-heard-of-Australia levels of accuracy.

Maybe in an earlier draft of the script Kate McKinnon served a purpose, Bill O'Reilly was more than a name or Margot Robbie wasn't reduced to an extended cameo, but these are only some of the useless elements that made this movie feel an hour longer than it was.

Thematically, the story is hollow, with the only thing the movie says is 'sexual harassment bad', delivering a message beyond safe, that it barely registers as a message. Randolph was unable to even fully commit to any political view on such a significant event, with certain scenes trying to be apolitical and political, displaying anti-trump notions whilst emphasising the reliability and integrity of Fox News, with only a slight left lean, leaving the story forgettable. (The Trump sections were played as cute references?) However, seeing how it reflects my political ideology, it must be good 10/10.

But wait. Isn't it hypocritical for such a big Hollywood movie to condemn sexual harassment whilst also practicing a far more toxic culture than a Fox News office? No because the movie is anti-sexual-harassment, so I think they learnt their lesson.

There were very few scenes of significant CGI use, but boy were those 2 scenes very distracting. An actor on a roof looked like they were floating, with surrounding buildings and rooftop antennae looking less real than their wigs, and an actor was not well composited into archive footage.

Consider me thoroughly disappointed. Should this win any of the 3 Oscars it was nominated for? Probably not.

Thank you one-star reviews for convincing me to watch thisReviewed bynarrator56Vote: 8/10

I was hesitant at first to watch this movie. I couldn't imagine watching anything nearly two hours long about the Fox Network. But as sometimes happens when I look at one-star reviews, the haters convinced me to give it a try. If the film enrages them so much they are driven to defend two old white guys who were fired by their own far right bosses for sexual abuses, the movie must be pretty hard hitting.

I found it to be entertaining. I gather one of the main characters isn't a real person, but rather a sort of amalgam of many women who were sexually abused and either left Fox or were disposed of in other ways. I liked the husband who supported his famous wife so loyally, and got a kick out of the shenanigans the lesbian character had to go through to stay hidden in plain sight. I never expect a documentary with these films, so small changes don't enrage me and provide one-star ammunition. I have to be in a certain frame of mind to watch documentaries anyway.

So if you are a gun carrying member of the far right tribe, perhaps you should skip this movie and save yourself the trouble of posting a one sentence review. I'm here for you, guys.

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