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Rosewater

Rosewater

 

Rated R · 103 minutes · 2014

Drama
Walter Cronkite, the veteran CBS anchorman, was often referred to as "the most trusted man in America." Of course, back then there was only one America (from sea to shining sea), and now there are two—one blue and one red, each with its own news media and its own reality. No one person could hope to win the trust of both these countries, so instead of Cronkite we've got Fox News bloviator Bill O'Reilly and Comedy Central satirist Jon Stewart, each trusted by his own viewers and deeply mistrusted by the other man's. As a blue American, I don't trust O'Reilly any farther than I could throw him, though as a film critic, I trust Stewart for only the first two segments of The Daily Show. After that the celebrity guests come on and the usual bullshit starts flying, as Stewart falls all over himself to flack their mediocre movies. Continue reading >>


See our full review: Jon Stewart, fake news, and real trouble

Jon Stewart, fake news, and real trouble

Rosewater is less significant as a movie than as an act of atonement. »

Director: Jon Stewart
Producer: Scott Rudin, Jon Stewart, Gigi Pritzker, Lila Yacoub, Eli Bush and Chris McShane
Cast: Gael García Bernal, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Golshifteh Farahani, Dimitri Leonidas, Haluk Bilginer, Andrew Gower, Arian Moayed, Numan Acar and Nasser Faris

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