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Cert 15
109 mins
BBFC advice: Contains strong language, sex references

First things first - Bombshell is overflowing with high-quality, intense performances and incisively confronts the scandalous issue of the abuse of women in the workplace and ugly non-disclosure clauses in pay-outs.
Meanwhile, the physical transformation of Charlize Theron is incredible as is that of John Lithgow, Allison Janney and Malcolm McDowell.
I just wonder how British audiences will respond to characters who they don't know and a movie set in a TV station which they don't watch.
On the other hand, they will not have preconceived notions of such high-profile characters.
Of course, in the United States, Fox News anchors Gretchen Carlson (Nicole Kidman) and Megyn Kelly (Theron) are very famous as was their former boss, Roger Ailes (Lithgow).
The focus of Jay Roach's movie is the sexual harassment by Ailes, the Fox News chief executive, of women who worked for the station.
Indeed, he is accused of asking for favours in exchange for promotion.
The film portrays the Fox newsroom as toxic with competition among its presenters encouraged and backstabbing to be expected.
Roach tries to ensure that the point of the movie is easily digested and the personalities do not become a distraction with a partial narrative style.
This allows Theron, Kidman and Margot Robbie who plays a fresh new, albeit fictional, victim of Ailes, to reveal the inner thoughts of their characters to the audience.
Meanwhile, Roach also cuts in real news footage, treating the audience like grown-ups who understand the difference between fact and dramatisation.
In summary, Bombshell is smart, flows excellently and drives home important points on gender discrimination.
Lithgow is so good that I doubt there will be a better villain in cinema this year than the repulsive Ailes. I was itching for him to get his comeuppance.
Meanwhile, Theron is remarkable. Having seen photos and heard interviews with Kelly, it is almost hard to believe that she wasn't playing herself.
I also have more respect for Robbie every time I see her. This is a very long way from Harley Quinn but her portrayal has just as much conviction. I also liked Kate McKinnon as her work friend who has much to lose if she supports her.
In other words, Bombshell is important but it is also very entertaining.

Reasons to watch: Agenda-changing material
Reasons to avoid: Lots of American references which Brits may not get.

Laughs: Two
Jumps: One
Vomit: Yes
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 9/10

Did you know? Roger Ailes was a media consultant for Republican presidents Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan. George H.W. Bush, and for Rudy Giuliani's first New York mayoral campaign. In 2016, he became an adviser to the Donald Trump campaign in which he assisted with debate preparation.

The final word. Charlize Theron: "Watching this has been eye-opening to a lot of people. When men can emotionally engage with what we experience and be just as disturbed by it, it’s a powerful thing." Independent

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