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Richard Jewell

Richard Jewell is a movie starring Paul Walter Hauser, Sam Rockwell, and Brandon Stanley. American security guard Richard Jewell saves many lives from an exploding bomb at the 1996 Olympics, but is vilified by journalists and the...

Other Titles
Slučaj Richarda Jewella, Richard Jewell balladája, Η Μπαλάντα του Ρίτσαρντ Τζούελ, El caso de Richard Jewell, The Ballad of Richard Jewell, Le cas Richard Jewell, リチャード・ジュエル, O Caso de Richard Jewell, Der Fall Richard Jewell, 李察朱威爾事件, O Caso Richard Jewell
Running Time
2 hours 11 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Biography, Drama, Crime
Director
Clint Eastwood
Writer
Kevin Salwen, Marie Brenner, Kent Alexander, Billy Ray
Actors
Sam Rockwell, Ryan Boz, Paul Walter Hauser, Brandon Stanley
Country
USA
Year
2019
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

American security guard Richard Jewell saves many lives from an exploding bomb at the 1996 Olympics, but is vilified by journalists and the press who falsely reported that he was a terrorist.

Comments about biography «Richard Jewell» (14)

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Anna D.

A very powerful movie. Not to mention it's great to watch it with a group of friends. If you have not seen it yet, please do so. It's a very well-done movie and it's very hard to find a movie that's as good as this one. It is not a movie for the faint-hearted. The acting is superb and the story is very well-told. I really enjoyed this movie and I would recommend it to everyone. It's a must-see.

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Grace F.

I can't believe people thought this was a good movie. Well, I'm sorry, but it was absolutely awful. The acting was just okay, the script was even worse. The direction was horrible. They should have stuck to the book, but I guess they had to work within the confines of a movie. This was so bad it made me want to be a nit-picker, which is not what I'm going for with this review. If I wanted to be a nit-picker, I would have left the theater at the very end, so I don't know how I could have a high opinion of the movie. It was that bad. Just watch the movie. You will see what I mean. I think the only reason this movie got a PG-13 rating was because of how bad it was. I give it a three, because the only good parts of it were the characters and the scenery.

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Bobby S.

I found this movie to be an interesting and important look at a subject that is often overlooked. The movie does a good job of showing how the power of money can change people. The film's message is about the importance of education and the importance of parents to their children. I found the movie to be a bit confusing at first, but once the story started moving, I was completely satisfied. The movie does a good job of showing the different levels of corruption that can be found in politics. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in politics, or people who are interested in education.

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James McCoy

This film is a rare example of a movie that didn't start out as a great success. However, the film has a great story to tell and the actors really do a great job. The cast is made up of stars of the 80's, some of whom went on to have big film careers. Jude Law, who plays a young kid with daddy issues, is the star of the film. I think his best performance was probably in Platoon. But Law's performance is nothing to write home about. The story of how a young man became a movie star is so compelling. Law has to deal with the loss of his father, a major event that causes his life to become one he can never forget. And while he tries to live up to his father's legacy, he falls for his best friend and learns to live with what he is. However, Law is not the star of the film. That belongs to Albert Brooks, who plays the role of the father. The film has a lot of great lines. However, Brooks has the best lines in the film, and the best lines are some of the most well written lines you will ever hear. Brooks, in particular, has a line that is so good you can watch the film without knowing what the line means. When the subject of someone who has lost a child comes up, Brooks says, "You're a fine man, son." This line is an excellent one. And, Brooks is also very good at delivering it, and he does a great job of it. It's such a line that makes you think. He doesn't just talk about it. He tells you the truth about the person. And, that's a great line. This film has a lot of great lines, and Law has an impressive array of great lines. Law is so great at delivering these lines that it makes you wonder why Law didn't win the Oscar for Best Actor. The Oscars have been given to actors that deliver lines that are so good that it makes you wonder why Law wasn't nominated. Overall, "The Guard" is an excellent film. The film is very different from any other film I've seen this year. It is a nice story, and the actors are very good in the film. However, Law is very good at delivering these lines. He's very good at saying them. And, Law has been nominated for Best Actor. Law's performance is great, and Law's performance is so good that I think Law should have won the Oscar. Law is a great actor, and he should have been nominated for Best Actor. But Law was nominated for Best Actor for Platoon. Law's performance for Platoon is great, but he didn't win for Best Actor. However, Law is not a bad actor. I think he was just a bit behind the best performances in the film. "The Guard" is a very good film, and it is a good film. But, "The Guard" is not a great film. It is an excellent film, but it isn't a great film. It is

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Walter

An all-star cast is assembled to play four roles, each of whom is supposed to be a different time in American history. They are hired as individuals to portray an individual by a famous author of the era. The acting is top notch. But it is the manner of the cast's acting that gets the movie rolling. The whole plot is built on the premise that a particular period in American history is being described and dramatized. The director uses cutting effects and highlights to depict the various acts of the four characters. The actors do a good job with the roles, but the script allows for far too much time for each actor. I would have been better off with fewer characters to work with and a tighter plot. The final result is a rushed film that ends in a predictable fashion. The cast is well rounded, but the script is too complicated for the actors to do their jobs.

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Carl R.

After a decade of being the only female director of a horror anthology movie, Jodie Foster has finally made a movie which has made her something more than just a "female horror director". As her previous movies in the anthology series were just mediocre (at best) she was able to move past her lack of a solid script and scriptwriter for this film. It is true that this film is far from being the best of the series but I can't say that it is a bad one. I loved how she showed the world that she was a very talented female director and how she was able to handle the odd bit of story in the first half of the movie. The cast for this movie is superb. Jude Law, who I thought was cast in the worst movie of the series, doesn't even have much to do. He has only a few lines here and there. He doesn't really have anything to do. The rest of the cast is very good and even Scarlett Johansson is very good. I thought this movie would be the same as the first two but they managed to make a different film. Overall, this is a good movie and I think it's worth watching. The movie is not terrible but is not really great either. 7/10

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Pamela H.

I think this film is one of the best anti-drug films that I have seen in a long time. It is gripping and not an easy watch, but you will feel so much for the characters that it is worth the wait. The ending is superb and it is one of those films that you must watch at least once in your life. It does give you hope for the future, and I think most people will enjoy it.

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Christine Fuller

As far as I can tell, we are going to be stuck watching a movie from the perspective of a "dumb" movie star who has to come to terms with his role in the end and make a choice between a difficult one and a popular one. Probably because of this, the movie is so entertaining that you will be a little bored before the conclusion. But if you have some patience you will be pleasantly surprised.

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Robert Simmons

We are witness to the politics of the new generation in a young and eccentric county. These are the events that do not make it to the mainstream press. These are the events that are covered by reporters, with a cast that include James Coburn, Martin Balsam, Elisabeth Shue, Jeffrey Jones, Adam Baldwin, Richard Pryor, and Richard Yates. They meet at a party with a kind of party of the conservative elite and one of them has a personal stake in the situation. At the party, the hostess invites the cast of an art exhibit that depicts "Old School" and "New School" politics. The cast, on the other hand, are up for the task of showing the world that no one will care about the political game of politics in the middle class. One of the guests is a man who owns a local radio station and is the most vocal person in the town in opposing the project. But, is this man an enemy of the establishment? The viewer, as we all know, will have to decide for themselves. James Coburn, who was one of the most respected actors of his generation, has an important role as the mayor who is the true power in the town. The story, according to Coburn, is about trying to make a difference in the world and that can not be done by voting. There is also the fact that the town is a metaphor for the community. But, can that change be made by voting or is that the beginning of the end for the local town? One of the problems that are presented is that of the rise of the average citizen and the middle class who is ready to accept the new mentality that the establishment would like to impose on them. The main character, in the end, finds that it is not always the people who decide what to do but the politicians. The audience will have to decide, too, if the politicians are a part of the establishment or are just trying to rule the community. As stated, Coburn, who is a great actor, has the role of the mayor and of the state senator who opposes the project. He does not necessarily understand the role of the town leader and of the men in the press who are in favor of the project. He is also portrayed as the aggressor. In the end, Coburn is the one who will decide to vote no. It is because of his personal stake in the political world of the local establishment that he does not vote. This is the reason that the audience is left with the impression that Coburn is an antagonist of the establishment. He does not want to be part of the political world and he wants to get away from it. In his life, Coburn is always frustrated with the old way of thinking and the limitations of the state, and he does not want to be part of that world. But, his heart is in the right place. It is his support of his town that allows him to understand the role of the press. Coburn is not the only one who votes no. Also the whole town is voting

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Sharon

I'm no great fan of "the Wire", but I'm pretty good at distinguishing between those who have gone through the experience and those who don't. I haven't seen much of "The Sopranos" but "The Wire" has done a decent job of defining a profile of the type of person that could become a regular criminal. I think this is a movie that is trying to do something, but it doesn't get it right. The story is, at its best, a fascinating look into the nexus of the criminal world and the world of law enforcement. There are times when it feels like a documentary about a criminal because it's so fascinating, but at the same time there are times when it feels like a police procedural because it's so well done. In some ways, the two are almost identical because the focus is on the same things. The problem is that, with some of the pieces of the story, the story is a little over the top. When a detective from the Baltimore City Police Department joins the force in order to do his best work, the movie takes some sides and starts yelling at him for his actions, instead of telling us that he's a cop. When a female detective starts stalking a boy who was the victim of a criminal in the same department, the movie takes sides and starts yelling at him for his actions. It seems like the movie was trying to set up a conflict and then, in the end, decided that it didn't want to deal with it. It just wants to show us how things were done. "The Wire" does have some problems, but it's not a bad movie. The acting is good, the photography and the score are good. The movie does have some interesting and well done characters. The look is great, but it's not all that interesting. Overall, "The Wire" is an interesting look into the world of the criminal world and the lives of the people who go through it. It is also a pretty good movie about the people who go through it and the situations that they're put into. It's a movie that is a little over the top, but I think that that's the point of it. I recommend it to those who enjoy criminal stories. I recommend it to those who like movies about the criminal world, because I think it's a good movie.

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Adam

This is a real contender for the worst movie I have ever seen. I started to watch it last night, thinking it would be great fun. The title seemed like it would make for a great movie title. The idea was good, so I thought I would give it a shot. But it was too dull and boring for me to enjoy. If you like the mafia, you might like this movie. It is probably not as bad as you think it is. I give it a 7 because it was not so bad. It could have been so much worse. But it was nothing that I would not see again. That was a wasted 7. If you like the mafia, go ahead and give this one a try. It is good for a while.

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Richard

When I first heard of this film, I expected it to be some kind of anti-drug drama, but was surprised to find it to be a very interesting film that goes in to the motivation behind the heroin epidemic. Of course, one of the major aspects that has been touched upon in this film is how the change in how people think about heroin is changing their perception of the drug. This is really interesting and adds a lot of depth to the film. This is definitely one of the best films I have seen this year. While the film does seem to focus on the heroin epidemic from a local perspective, it is still very interesting to see how different people from different backgrounds see the heroin epidemic in different ways. In addition to the good acting, the cinematography and directing in this film are also very good. While I found myself entertained by the film, I did find myself thinking about the issue of how people perceive heroin for a while after the film was finished. The film really does show how different people see the heroin epidemic in different ways.

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Bruce

I think this film is quite good. It is a fascinating story. It is a real man's view of the early life of a former dope king. What I liked about it was the way the film was shot. The locations were beautiful. The direction was excellent. I felt that it was very well written and the cast did a good job. I did not like that this film was marketed as a comedy. I was very impressed with the film, and it will give you a good insight into the life of a young, troubled, troubled boy. I highly recommend this film.

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Johnny

The acting is excellent. The writing is very well done. The plot is very interesting. This movie is very good, as well as this movie. It was great to see what's going on in Canada. I'm sure it is even better in the U.S. (I know a lot of people in the U.S. love this movie). The characters were very realistic. They were very real. You are very involved in their life. I really liked this movie. I don't think the movie is for everyone. If you are looking for action, this movie isn't for you. If you like intelligent movies with more depth than action, I would recommend this movie to you. This movie is very well made and you will enjoy it.