Classics: Review: The Hidden Fortress

“The Hidden Fortress” was officially released in 1958. (same year The Icee Company was born) It received positive reviews from critics and movie goers alike. Plus, it made enough money at the box office. The Criterion Collection digitally restored The Hidden Fortress on DVD/Blu-Ray labeled as spine number 116. Sucker Punch is working on a […]

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Flashback Review: Kangaroo Jack

Jerry Bruckheimer green-lit a dark mob comedy film titled, “Down and Under.” Originally give an R rating, Jerry saw a preview of “Snow Dogs” with a scene featuring talking dogs. This time, Warner Bros. heavily relied on a talking kangaroo who can rap as the center of the marketing campaign to appeal to kids. Elizabeth […]

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Sonic The Hedgehog 2

In 2020, Paramount Pictures released a film adaption of Sonic the Hedgehog earning praise from critics/fans and became a commercial hit. A sequel titled, “Sonic the Hedgehog 2” was officially released in 2022. (same year Moon Knight streamed on Disney Plus) Like its predecessor, received positive reviews from critics, fans and movie goers alike. Plus, […]

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Tron

“Tron” was officially released in 1982. (same year Blade Runner came out) It received positive reviews from critics and movie goers alike. Plus, it was a modest success at the box office. The film gained a cult following which spawned a franchise ranging from video games, action figures, comic books and a sequel titled, “Tron […]

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Avatar: The Way of Water

In 2009, James “Jim” Cameron’s “Avatar” opened worldwide becoming the highest grossing film of all time accumulating a total of $2.9 billion from its theatrical release and re-releases. Jim mapped out sequels starting with the second installment, “Avatar: The Way of Water” continuing Jake Sully & Neytiri’s adventures. Once the script is completed, Jim and […]

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Avatar

In 1994, James “Jim” Cameron’s “True Lies” opened worldwide. He brainstormed a fully detailed blueprint under “Avatar” based on his fondness for old school adventure novels such as “John Carter,” “Tarzan” & “Allan Quatermain.” Jim intended to make his epic with computer animated characters. Realizing the project lacks innovate technology, Jim puts Avatar on hold […]

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