I Guess We'd Better Be Careful, Then
As Spielberg rakes in the cash for minimal effort on the latest Jurassic misfire, he and his bestest bud Tom Hanks get ready to release their latest historical drama, Bridge of Spies, set during the tumultuous Cold War. I feel like Spielberg is trying to fill his filmography with at least one film from each major social era of the twentieth century, and visually, this film seems to share a lot of Munich's DNA. Hanks plays a lawyer sent to Berlin by the government to assist in an exchange of spies at a time when anti-Communist fear mongering was at it's peak. And it looks pretty good. Though really, these two gentlemen have to go out of their way to not turn in a good product. It happens, and could happen here, but we side this the statistics until more data is available.
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