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Spotlight
Movie: Spotlight(2016)[tt1895587] When the Boston Globe's tenacious "Spotlight" team of reporters delves into allegations of abuse in the Catholic Church, their year-long investigation uncovers a decades-long cover-up at the highest levels of Boston's religious, legal, and government establishment, touching off a wave of revelations around the world. Written byOpen Road
Title Spotlight
Release Date 29 January 2016 (UK)
Runtime
Genres Biography, Crime, Drama
Production Companies Participant, First Look Media, Anonymous Content
Mark Ruffalo
Mark Ruffalo...
Mike Rezendes...
Michael Keaton
Michael Keaton...
Walter 'Robby' Robinson...
Rachel McAdams
Rachel McAdams...
Sacha Pfeiffer...
Liev Schreiber
Liev Schreiber...
Marty Baron...
John Slattery
John Slattery...
Ben Bradlee Jr....
Brian d'Arcy James
Brian d'Arcy James...
Matt Carroll...
Stanley Tucci
Stanley Tucci...
Mitchell Garabedian...
Elena Wohl
Elena Wohl...
Barbara...
Gene Amoroso
Gene Amoroso...
Steve Kurkjian...
Doug Murray
Doug Murray...
Peter Canellos...
Sharon McFarlane
Sharon McFarlane...
Helen Donovan...
Jamey Sheridan
Jamey Sheridan...
Jim Sullivan...
Neal Huff
Neal Huff...
Phil Saviano...
Billy Crudup
Billy Crudup...
Eric Macleish...
Robert B. Kennedy
Robert B. Kennedy...
Court Clerk Mark...

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A_Different_Drummer on 23 December 2015
... because by the time the credits roll and you start to breathe normally again, you will suddenly realize that this was not a horror film as such, this was a re-enactment of events that actually happened, with real victims and real perpetrators and real well-meaning third parties covering up the whole thing as fast as the body count kept piling up.And then you will once again have difficulty catching your breath.As a film it is superb. McCarthy who did double duty as writer and director deserves acknowledgement. The cast is universally excellent. Ruffalo gives the performance of his career, Keaton is solid as a rock, and McAdams reaps overdue dividends from her decision to broaden her career into non-glamorous roles at a time when the only scripts they were sending her were for Diva parts. Smart lady.A reviewer is not supposed to interject personal feelings in a review but I will say without apology that I miss films like these -- films that speak for the injustice in society and offer solutions -- and wish there were more of them. It seems that when I was younger there was a lot more interest in doing the right thing merely because it was the right thing. This no longer seems to be the societal meme, and that troubles me.A must-see.

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