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Fans of 'A Star Is Born' Have Burning Questions About the Film's Geography Holes

By Mustafa Gatollari

A Star is Born is pretty much killing it on every entertainment front possible. Seriously, there are so many amazing, feel-good, success stories to come out of the release of this movie that it's borderline insane.

The first is that I got to see the film in theaters with my best friend, Chris Conroy, and it was an absolutely magical time. And while that's not newsworthy to a lot of people, it's newsworthy to me. There's also the fact that the film's soundtrack debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 list, thanks to tracks like "Shallow" and "A Simple Favor," but honestly, "Black Eyes" and "I'll never love Again" are my personal faves.

It's also been receiving tons of positive reviews from both critics and fans alike. It was a breakout performance for Lady Gaga, and Bradley Cooper's directorial debut. The film's casting was amazing, I mean Andrew Dice Clay nailed his role in the movie and Sam Friggin' Elliott? Are you friggin' kidding me? The dude's responsible for some of the most tear-inducing moments in the movie.