Peter Ericson’s review published on Letterboxd :
This movie focuses on an extremely important issue: freedom of speech and freedom of the press. These freedoms are, in my opinion, superior to basically all other laws. I understand that there can be some very extreme cases where the superiority of these freedoms can be discussed, but in general they should always take precedence.
Any movie that features an interesting, intelligent, and important story combined with great acting is worth seeing, and "The People vs. Larry Flynt" is such a movie. I completely agree with the outcome of this movie: just because someone doesn’t agree with or like what someone else says or prints, that doesn’t mean it should be censored.