There was a strange aura in the theaters that night. The crowd was small and mainly filled with middle-aged ladies either alone or seated with girlfriends. I noticed many tissue boxes and braced myself for the inevitable teary-eyed dance that would follow me out of the theater. 

Leading up to "A Journal for Jordan," I wondered how the film would grasp my short attention span as I tried not to reach for my phone during the previews. To my surprise, it did more than that, before I knew it I found myself fully mesmerized by the movie’s message and of course by acting sensation and eye candy Michael B. Jordan

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When I first saw the trailer for “Without Remorse” a little over a month ago, I instantly got excited. I eventually started reading up on it and learned that it’s based on a 1993 Tom Clancy book of the same title. As an avid gamer, and fan of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell, as well as his 1994 film Clear and Present Danger, it was nothing more I needed to hear. I jotted down the release date in my notes and made plans to watch it on its April 30th release date. 

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"Here, within these lines, on this concrete court, this patch of turf, here, you are defined by your actions. Not your looks or beliefs. Equality should have no boundaries. The bonds we find here (the court/field) should run pass these lines. Opportunity should not discriminate. The ball should bounce the same for everyone. Worth should outshine color. If we can be equals here, we can be equals everywhere." These are the words of actor Michael B. Jordan, as he narrated a commercial last February for Nike. A commercial that featured LeBron James, Serena Williams, Kevin Durant, former NFL wide receiver Victor Cruz, Olympic champion Gabby Douglas, soccer star and LGBT activist Megan Rapinoe, and Olympic hurdler Dalilah Muhammad

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