in 1971, Kay Graham (played by Meryl Streep) inherits ownership of the Washington Post newspaper and tries to find her work-life balance while building her confidence as a woman to lead the company....Read more When military analyst, Daniel Ellsburg, decides to expose the truth about the US government's 20 years of clandestine involvement in the Vietnam war that was hidden from the public, he leaks 1000s of pages of classified reports to reporters at the New York Times. The Post race to compete with the New York Times, as its assistant editor tracks Ellsburg and gets a copy of the same reports, but the court issues a restraining order against further publishing. Kay Graham, with the help of the Post editor in chief, Ben Bradlee (played by Tom Hanks), has to decide whether to fight for the freedom of the press by bringing the truth about the war to the light and risk being charged of treason and the closure of her company, or to remain silent and avoid the wrath of the White House.
Paul and Audrey Safranek are a married couple who live in Omaha. Paul (played by Matt Damon) is a good-natured occupational therapist whose wife dreams of having a bigger house. Upon meeting their...Read more friends Dave and Carol Johnson who have downsized into 5 inches height, they learned that downsizing would increase the value of their assets by a 100 folds and will also reduce human waste and thus save the planet. After agreeing to downsize, Audrey backs out in the last moment and Paul realises that his problems will be getting bigger as he got smaller.