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Spilt Milk (2010)

| Comedy | 2011 (USA)
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A disgruntled grocery store clerk can't quit living in the past until one night his store gets robbed and it changes his future forever.

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Todd
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Keller
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Sammy
Akron Watson ...
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Lois Schwartz
Roger Jones ...
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Tia
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Eric Sawyer (as Chase Jeffery)
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A disgruntled grocery store clerk can't quit living in the past until one night his store gets robbed and it changes his future forever.

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A story of reflection and change
5 August 2016 | by See all my reviews

Todd is the assistant manager at a food store gets robbed one evening, and he and the handful of customers have to wait until the store's safe opens at 5am. While waiting, each person gets some life lessons, i.e. enrichment not robbery, and Todd learns/feels the truth of what he had allowed to happen in his life due to some bad luck years ago.

While some viewers may be quite satisfied with their lives, or able to live in their bubble of ignorance, and lack of self-knowledge, to others, and myself, one has a chance to see if the assumptions buried in one's own life are still necessary or helpful. To question is the beginning of unpicking the lock that keeps us bound. That a small, inexpensive movie can provide the grounds for insight says a lot about the film's basic worth.


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