Sorkin's Chicago 7 is kind of a put-up job, but very watchable
I’ve made fun of Aaron Sorkin for his didactic neoliberal guff — who hasn't? — but that doesn’t mean I don’t dig his dramaturgy. It just means I take it with a grain of salt. I would say, as a onetime arty-farty myself, that critics who look at him from a primarily political perspective miss what Sorkin’s about. Like Oliver Stone (until he went document…
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