'Spielberg' Review: A Hagiographic Director's Cut

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'Spielberg' Review: A Hagiographic Director's Cut

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After 2 1/2 hours of genuflecting, “Spielberg” may well leave viewers asking what exactly was the point. Steven Spielberg is the most famous filmmaker in the world, of course, one who’s as responsible as any for the current state of American cinema. But his story is hardly unknown, and such an influential figure in what is arguably our most influential medium is deserving of some scrutiny. Informed criticism. Maybe a few tough questions. Instead, “Spielberg” is like this weird wedding reception where the guests line up to throw bouquets at the bride.


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