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HBO has ensured the resurfacing of a heated debate between Penn State and everyone else. As per usual, we will be given no legitimate voice.
"Paterno" ultimately isn't as damning of Joe or the family as anticipated, but it fails to impart any new perspective on the events it portrays.
A few of "Paterno"'s inaccuracies jumped off the screen to our staff in the fictional version of Happy Valley.
After years of planning and polarizing hype, HBO's Paterno is here. Thanks to modern technology, Twitter serves as an open forum of opinions, especially during controversial premieres of films.
Nearly every major national media outlet has published its review of HBO's "Paterno" biopic ahead of its premiere, but there's no overwhelming consensus on the movie, which runs less than two hours.
"Numerous scenes, events, and dialogue bear no resemblance to what actually transpired."
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