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Before She Was Bella 2



So we rented this totally boss movie on DVD the other night called "Into the Wild," and it is the shit.

If you'll note from the title it also features the Twilight Princess, Kristin Stewart, but she's in it for like 15 minutes tops.

The real star of this cinematic gem is Emile Hirsch (The Girl Next Door, Milk). He plays the adventurer, Alexander Supertramp. and no that is not his real name. It follows the journeys of a modern-day explorer all across the Western side of North America ranging from the Gulf of California to the mountains of Alaska. And he even has the chance to drink with Vince Vaughn in South Dakota. (Hell yeah)

But if you want to see a movie that is inspirational, humorous, touching, and stars Kristin Stewart in a good role check this out. It will make you want to grab your backpack and just run out into the woods and leave the world behind.


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  1. that was pretty much the best movie review I have ever read.

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  2. I firmly believe Kristin Stewart will be the next Ingrid Bergman. firmly.

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  3. This movie was so good.. and I do admit, I loved the soundtrack for a good month or two.

    I also read the book which (like duh of course..) is "better than the movie" but I hate saying that because the movie was so damn good. The way the shots in the beginning were so tight and constricting were juxtaposed so beautifully with the open and wide shots at the end.

    It also makes burning your social security card look like most badass thing ever.

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