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Cameron Crowe loves a good failure story, and specifically what happens after a disastrous fall from the top. If Crowe were a character in his own film, the fiasco of "Aloha," and nearly all of his post-"Almost Famous" movies, would provide the perfect intro.Unfortunately, "Aloha" is not part of some larger redemption narrative for Crowe (at least not yet). It's an unfair standard for anyone, but it's hard not to hope for the best from Crowe, even if his past few films have taught us otherwise.The story, briefly, is about the once idealistic Brian (Bradley Cooper) who sold his soul to a military contractor (a nearly comatose Bill Murray) and has returned to Hawaii for a job. There, he's forced to revisit his failed relationship with Tracy (Rachel McAdams), who's since had two kids and married a man of few words (John Krasinski).
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