‘Richard Jewell’ Is Clint Eastwood’s Best Film In Over A Decade [AFI Review]

A celebration became tragic on July 27th during the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. That day, with a concert in progress in Centennial Park, a security officer discovered a suspicious backpack and alerted authorities. In that bag, a deadly pipe bomb exploded—wounding 111 and killing two. The security officer’s observant and timely response saved countless lives. His name was Richard Jewell. And in a matter of days, the truism of celebrity marched unchallenged—you either live long enough to be the hero or become the villain.

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