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  • Nicky Jane

    Adventureland (2009), starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Kristen Stewart, Ryan Reynolds.

  • Rachel Nadler

    Adventureland.... My favorite movie!! Mostly because Jesse Eisenberg is in it 💜💘!!!! :D

  • Joseph Tolton

    Adventureland is a coming of age story that brings together people with true to life issues to form community. The film is both a strong comedy and a good drama. Of course, Kristen Stewart alone makes the movie worth watching.

  • John Saponaro

    Jesse Eisenberg social networks with Kristen Stewart at an amusement park in the 80s. Directed by Greg Mottola ("Superbad").

  • Jordan Kiszla

    Summer movie

  • Jacky Payan

    Adventureland Movie Poster

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