Excerpt: Paul Walter Hauser, so impressive in an amusing supporting role in “I, Tonya,” ably shoulders the lead as the oddball mama’s boy, bullied for his weight, who dreams of a job in law enforcement
Excerpt: Cluelessly simplistic rendering of a 1990s media injustice ignores all the context in which it happened and demonizes the one journalist who acted professionally. Fails even as a conservative screed.
Excerpt: Hopefully, you already knew Richard Jewell was innocent even though the 24-hour news cycle and the FBI told you he wasn’t. Now, you also must judge if Eastwood’s version tells you the whole truth.