Hacks (2012)

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Once the tea girl Kate Loy is now the ruthless editor of scurrilous red top the Sunday Comet,owned by greedy Australian media magnate Stanhope Feast. The paper will stop at nothing for its ... See full summary »


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7 January 2012 | freya-pickard
10
| Excellent satire
We need more of this kind of drama to wake us out of stagnation in this country. This is an excellent one-off film, worthy of re-watching. The acting is brilliant and the plot absolutely spot on. If you don't rate it, you must be one of the people it's intended to get at. Fast paced and so true - of course we know it's true - it was in the papers last year, wasn't it? I think Michael Kitchen must have relished playing Stanhope Feast and he did a very good impersonation of an Australian accent. No-one really got away with anything. Though, isn't it funny how Murdoch suddenly dropped out of the headlines. Very strange that. Well, maybe Hacks will highlight the fact that wherever he is he'll be up to no good. Maybe now we can stop being run by the media and a government who doesn't listen to the people.

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