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Joblo Review: Miss Sloane


Jessica Chastain can wheel-and-deal with the best of them. Watching her in action, within the first five minutes of MISS SLOANE, you can tell this is a tailor-made part, exploiting her charisma in a way few of her recent vehicles have managed. Often cast in-support of leading men, here Chastain is the whole show, and sure enough the titular character is the kind of role most actresses of her caliber would kill for. Naturally, she sinks her teeth into it with relish.

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