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eldave1
Posted: March 24th, 2020, 8:12pm Report to Moderator
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Caught this on Amazon Prime.

Pretty much liked everything about it. Top notch acting from everyone and somehow they made the story interesting even though you already new the results.

Excellent.


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I liked it.

It gets really sad, though, when you look at how Eastwood (and the writers) made Kathy Scruggs into a sole villain, rather than the media as a whole. Scruggs drugged herself to death in 2001.

https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2019/12/richard-jewell-movie-kathy-scruggs


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Quoted from AlsoBen
I liked it.

It gets really sad, though, when you look at how Eastwood (and the writers) made Kathy Scruggs into a sole villain, rather than the media as a whole. Scruggs drugged herself to death in 2001.

https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2019/12/richard-jewell-movie-kathy-scruggs


This is an excellent point.


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I got to see a preview of it in theaters. Otherwise I would have probably skipped it. The trailer didn't grab me and I didn't think I'd enjoy the story.

I was pleasantly surprised, it was a thoroughly enjoyable watch. I did feel it was over-directed at times, I noticed the camera a bit too much, but the acting was spectacular and it's a compelling story.

I would have loved to see Clint Eastwood directing a crowd to do the Macarena. My fervent hope is he led by example.  


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I got to see a preview of it in theaters. Otherwise I would have probably skipped it. The trailer didn't grab me and I didn't think I'd enjoy the story.

I was pleasantly surprised, it was a thoroughly enjoyable watch. I did feel it was over-directed at times, I noticed the camera a bit too much, but the acting was spectacular and it's a compelling story.

I would have loved to see Clint Eastwood directing a crowd to do the Macarena. My fervent hope is he led by example.  


That would have been great to see!


My Scripts can all be seen here:

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