Golden Globes 2018: Why The Post could win Best Motion Picture (Drama)

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Published: January 6, 2018 11:09 am

The Post has been nominated in the Best Motion Picture (Drama) category at the Golden Globe Awards 2018. The Post, as you would expect, is a great mix of politics and journalism, merging the best and worst qualities of both professions and concocting the tastiest dish that Hollywood could offer which has an admirable depth to it in terms of writing, direction and acting. They are on the same side, but that doesn’t stop them from getting involved in heated arguments about the paper’s future. Hanks plays executive editor Ben Bradlee and Streep portrays Katharine Graham (the paper’s publisher). The Post’s chances of winning the Globe in the Best Motion Picture (Drama) category are abnormally high. The movie is set in the early 1970s, and details the journey of journalists from The Washington Post and The New York Times who published the Pentagon Papers about US involvement in the Vietnam War. It has been nominated for Best Motion Picture (Drama), Best Director (Steven Spielberg), Best Actress (Drama) for Meryl Streep, Best Actor (Drama) for Tom Hanks, Best Screenplay (Liz Hannah and Josh Singer) and for Best Original Score (John Williams). They both want to take the paper to great heights, to make history, but they disagree on the route. Why? Related News
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