REVIEW – Snowden

Note to readers: I’m aware that this particular review is a little bit late. Unfortunately, the┬ástate I live in chose to revert back to the Dark Ages and turned off all the lights this week, which rather threw out my weekly schedule (and deleted my draft for this review). Please accept this late review, and keep an eye out for the next one very soon.


Oliver Stone is one of Hollywood’s most unabashedly left-wing filmmakers, with many of his films being basically narrative versions of a Michael Moore documentary. And he’s not been shy about sharing his political views in this biopic of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. This is a movie that is far from subtle with its message, but it has its fair share of positives too. What this leads to is a flawed movie that is still worth checking out if it interests you. Continue reading “REVIEW – Snowden”