Review: Florence Foster Jenkins. Streep is marvelous, but nearly eclipsed by Simon Helberg and Hugh Grant

The story of Florence Foster Jenkins is true; it’s strange; it brings up a lot of interesting questions about the intersection of money and the arts; and it is now a movie. In fact, it is the latest star vehicle for that most renowned of contemporary movie actors, the one and only Meryl Streep. 

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