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The Report is a riveting thriller based on actual events. Idealistic staffer Daniel J. Jones (Adam Driver) is tasked by his boss Senator Dianne Feinstein (Annette Bening) to lead an investigation of the CIA’s Detention and Interrogation Program, which was created in the aftermath of 9/11. Jones’ relentless pursuit of the truth leads to explosive findings that uncover the lengths to which the nation’s top intelligence agency went to destroy evidence, subvert the law, and hide a brutal secret from the American public.


  • Adam Driver
  • Corey Stoll
  • Evander Duck Jr.
  • Jon Hamm
  • Linda Powell
  • Annette Bening
  • Sandra Landers
  • John Rothman
  • Victor Slezak
  • Guy Boyd

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  • Although Annette Bening personally knows and is familiar with Dianne Feinstein, she chose not to meet with her regarding her portrayal.
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Nov 14, 2019

There’s no denying that Driver — with film after film cementing his status as a top-tier actor — is excellent at exasperated outrage, but it’s not enough emotion to save The Report from feeling like a handsomely mounted, expertly researched op-ed.

Metacritic review by Robert Abele
Robert Abele
Feb 2, 2019

Audaciously cerebral and unabashedly granular, writer-director Scott Z. Burns' political thriller The Report, a dramatization of the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee's 2014 probe into the CIA's use of torture in the wake of 9/11, is practically pornography for policy wonks.

Metacritic review by Leslie Felperin
Leslie Felperin
The Hollywood Reporter
Feb 2, 2019

It’s intelligent and clever scripting, and except for a few moments where the dialogue is overly expository, as if Burns doesn’t trust his audience, The Report pulls back the curtain on America’s political machinations and one of its most appalling policy decisions and attempted cover-ups with startling clarity.

Metacritic review by Anthony Kaufman
Anthony Kaufman
Screen International