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Stillwater is the story of an Oklahoma roughneck named Bill Baker, played by Matt Damon, who travels to Marseille, France to visit his daughter Allison, played by Abigail Breslin, in prison after spending four years behind bars for the apparent murder of her roommate and ex-girlfriend.

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Last week I completed a journey. This journey took me from Los Angeles to Miami to Tokyo, Mexico, Rio de Janeiro, England, Abu Dhabi, Russian Siberia, Samoa and most recently, space and I did it all over the last two and a half months.

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I consider myself a fairly well-traveled movie watcher. But, like almost everyone, I have significant holes in my movie-watching repertoire. It’s to be expected. New movies are released every day, especially as more and more streaming options take hold on the world, and I’m only 27 years old.

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The first thing that I realized I had forgotten about the movie-going experience were the ads. Don’t get me wrong, I like a trailer or three as much as the next guy. In fact, considering it had more than year since my last regular movie going experience, I was looking forward to A FEW coming…

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My introduction to actor Michael B. Jordan was the 2013 movie Fruitvale Station about the tragic true story of 22-year old Oscar Grant III who was fatally shot in Oakland, Calif. by a BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) police officer in 2009. It was a big role to fill. When I watched Fruitvale St…

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Two Fridays ago, Netflix released the Sony animated comedy The Mitchells vs. the Machines, a movie about your average, everyday, flawed family led by college-bound teenager Katie Mitchell (voiced by Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson), an aspiring filmmaker who, along with her parents, Rick (Eastbou…

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It’s almost cliche to mention how sequels are rarely equal or better than their predecessors. They don’t necessarily need to be better. Sequels just need to continue telling the story audiences left off with in part one, if there’s actually more to the story to tell. They need to at least co…

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