BombshellBlu-ray Disc - 2020
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Sexual Content: You do see ALOT of WOMEN news reporter's LINGERIE/UNDERGARMENTS, as ROGER AILES wants to know if the employee is loyal.
Sexual Content: Lots of discussion of sex and sexual assault. Two women are in bed together wearing only underwear, they talk and kiss. No nudity or sex is shown. Women in varying stages of undress in a dressing room, again, no nudity.
Coarse Language: Quite a bit of swearing. Lots of sexual comments and innuendo.
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Some quotes in IMDb but this dialogue between Megyn (Charlize Theron) and Kayla (Margot Robbie), in part or whole is not, P1 of 2:
You used to work with Gretchen, right?
Did you learn a lot from her?
- I did, yes.
I have nothing but good things to say about her. That's great. You know, I always find it so interesting who history chooses to do something important.
- Mmm. I guess.
Listen, I wanted to ask you... I wanted to ask you if Roger is harassing you.
- How did you know?
We find each other.
- You, too?
Long time ago.
You should report Roger. You'll be protected.
- Did you?
Some quotes in IMDb but this dialogue between Megyn and Kayla, in part or whole is not, P2 of 2:
I took it to his superior. Nothing happened. I had to drop it.
I wanted to be on television.
- Did you think what your silence would mean? For us? The rest of us?
Roger is not my fault.
- It would've been nice if... If somebody told us that he's after more than legs.
It's nobody's job to protect you, Kayla.
- That's all of our job. I don't get you. You're... You have power. Why are you still playing
by old rules? You're Megyn Kelly.
Look around, snowflake. How do you think I succeeded? How do you think a woman
gets a prime-time Fox show?
- So, you had sex with him?
Jesus fucking Christ.
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