The Invisible Man
The Way Back
Never Rarely Sometimes Always
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Great movie! My friend and I were sitting on that very bench where the bomb was the day before ! Needless to say, how thankful that we were not there the day of the bombing! We followed the story / news in Atlanta very closely ! The movie was also very on target! Well done! Gave us more insight how awful R J and his mom were treated! Great guy who played the attorney for RJ and RJ and his mom did awesome acting! FBI was shameful!
I really liked the movie made me cry to see how justice just assumes before knowing all facts.
It starts off a little slow and awkward, but really picks up as it goes. Kathy Bates is fully worthy of her Oscar nomination and Paul Walter Hauser is also fantastic as the titular character.
Great story. Well told.
This movie was surprisingly amazing.
It was well acted, touching, the works. Screw the media being upset over one very brief scene (not like it doesn't happen anyways). Get all your friends and family to see it and support Clint Eastwood.
Well told story and excellent acting
Heartwarming and heartbreaking story. Well-made.
Very good movie. Clint Eastwood brought things in this movie that I had forgotten or I was unaware of, well made movie.
Powerful and cautionary tale
It was a step back in history for us. We lived in the Atlanta area and worked at some of the Olympic venues. We remember the bombing and the terrible ordeal suffered by Mr. Jewel. Thanks to Mr. Eastwood for this picture!