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“Aloha” feels like a goodbye to the Cameron Crowe we knew (Our grade: D)

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Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone star in Cameron Crowe's "Aloha."
Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone star in Cameron Crowe's "Aloha."

Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone star in Cameron Crowe’s “Aloha.”

Roger Moore | Tribune News Service

Cameron Crowe fans — and that includes most movie critics — have cut him a lot of slack over the years.

Our love for “Say Anything,” “Almost Famous” and “Jerry Maguire” made us embrace the big romantic gestures and little traces of heart in “Elizabethtown,” “Vanilla Sky” and “We Bought a Zoo.”

But “Aloha” is a breaking point, a movie that makes you start to see the guy’s just, well, full of it.

» Read full review on MyStatesman.com | Find showtimes for “Aloha”


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