2018 | DIR. STEVEN SPIELBERG | REVIEW BY GLENN COCHRANE.
Steven Spielberg‘s proliferation goes without saying and his status as one of the most important filmmakers of all time is undeniable. And not content with being pigeonholed into any specific genre, he continuously negotiates a legacy that divides science-fiction, fantasy, drama and historical context carefully. His film Temple of Doom was quickly followed by The Color Purple and Jurassic Park was accompanied by Schindler’s List. The Lost World and Amistad, Minority Report and Catch Me If You Can, War of the Worlds and Munich, The Adventures of Tin-Tin and War Horse, are just some examples that shape his filmography. And as he gears up for the release of Ready Player One later this year, he delivers one of his most inconspicuous films to date, The Post.