Not necessarily an outstanding biopic, but certainly an interesting one. Trumbo delves into the period of Hollywood blacklisting through the character of Dalton Trumbo, a Communist writer. Bryan Cranston gives a compelling performance as we see him try to work the injustice of the congressional hearings and still manage to write despite the ban.
Its a very good movie, with only a few flaws in how some supporting actors basically boil down to celebrity impressions (though not too bad actually). There’s also some uninteresting “not so great a father” drama that isn’t needed. Otherwise, a good watch.