Girl Interrupted

In 1993, (the year I was born) author Susanna Kaysen published a memoir titled, “Girl Interrupted.” The book is about her experiences at a mental hospital after being diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. As she stays for two years recovering her mental state, she writes about her encounters with the patients and hospital staff. The […]

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Party Monster

In 1999, James St. James published a memoir titled, “Disco Bloodbath.” The book chronicles the life James who was formerly close friends with recently deceased party promoter, Michael Alig. The pair founded “Club Kids.” A group of party animals wearing flamboyant outfits partying non-stop. They even became a part of fashion culture. Chaos Ensues when […]

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Fosse/Verdon

Hello my fellow movie goers from around the globe. Today’s review is about a mini-series about the professional and personal lives of Bob Fosse (Cabaret, All That Jazz, Chicago) & Gwen Verdon. Before famous husband & wife duos Christopher Nolan/Emma Thomas, Peter Jackson/Fran Walsh, Judd Apatow/Leslie Mann & Jonathan Nolan/Lisa Joy were born, Bob Fosse […]

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Bill (1981)

“Bill ” officially aired on CBS in 1981. (exact same year Raiders Of The Lost Ark came out) It received positive reviews from critics and viewers alike. Bill eventually became a Golden Globe & Emmy nominee ultimately winning “Best Actor In A TV Movie” (Mickey Rooney) & “Best TV Movie” from both awards ceremony. Two […]

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The Exorcism Of Emily Rose

Now that it’s Halloween Month 2020, I’d like to share you fellow movie goers from around the globe a criminally underrated legal crime-drama horror film loosely based on a true story about an agnostic lawyer who defends a priest after a botched exorcism of a young woman who suffered from schizophrenia and episodes of hallucinations. […]

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A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood

In 1998, a journalist named, Lloyd Vogel is assigned to interview beloved TV icon Fred Rogers, known for hosting “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood” about the importance of being a real life hero as many of families see him as a hero teaching kids about growing up, reality and serious issues related to humanity. Two Decades Later, […]

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The Right Stuff (film)

During The Cold War, NASA recruited pilots to participate on a mission to beat The Russians as the first human beings to make it to space and push the envelope in human history. The pilots turned astronauts are dubbed, “The Right Stuff.” Alan Shepard is the first American who made it to space prior to […]

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American Crime Story: The People VS. OJ

On June 13 1994, Nicole Brown & Ron Goldman were tragically murdered by O.J. Simpson. A once beloved football player/actor now forever labeled as a murderer. His trial was an extensive case. District Attorney/Prosecutor Marcia Clark & fellow prosecutor Christopher Darden attempted to convince the jury O.J. was guilty for his horrendous crime while O.J.’s […]

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Judy

In The 1930’s during “The Golden Age Of Hollywood,” many movie goers struggled to earn money for a living as “The Great Depression” plunged The Economy forcing employees to get laid off, numerous businesses shutdown, citizens seeking for shelter, searching for jobs to feed their families, “The Dust Bowl” damaged many crops among many other […]

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Nick’s Top 12 Films Of 2019

Hello my fellow movie goers from around the world. Today’s editorial is about my picks for the best films of 2019. For this list, I’ve chosen specific films of the past year I liked. 2020 is just the beginning, so here is my Top 12 Films Of 2019. Why Top 12? Because I don’t want […]

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The Irishman

In 2004, a non-fiction book titled, “I Heard You Paint Houses” published nationwide. The book is about the life of a man named, Frank Sheeran. A gangster who has connections to the late Jimmy Hoffa. A labour union leader of “The Teamsters” who mysteriously disappeared. Both men are linked to “The Bufalino Crime Family.” I […]

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Dolemite Is My Name

In The 1970’s, stand-up comedian, singer and actor Rudy Ray Moore, became a cult figure for a character he created known as Dolemite. A sharp-tongued kung-fu-fighting womanizing nightclub owner who tells off color material influenced by late comedians Richard Pryor and Redd Foxx. Rudy’s career imploded selling comedy records, touring nationwide and a film based […]

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Rocketman (2019)

In The 1970’s, singer/pianist Elton John became a household name for his rock music. Notable hits including “Bennie And The Jets,” “Crocodile Rock” “Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting,” “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,” Tiny Dancer” & “Rocketman.” Elton earned numerous awards ranging from Grammys to an Oscar for his contribution to “The Lion King.” His legacy […]

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Blinded By The Light

In the year 1987, a British teenager of Pakistani decent immediately develops an obsession with Bruce Springsteen. Upon listening to a tape, he becomes inspired to pursuit his dream as a writer as struggles with personal issues such as father & a hard time adjusting to society due to his Pakistani heritage at the time […]

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Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Salutations my fellow movie goers from across the globe. I want to thank you for supporting my website. Today is my 400th post presented as a very special article about one of my favorite directors, Quentin Tarantino, his ninth film is set in The 1969. After Quentin Tarantino’s eighth film, The Hateful Eight” was released […]

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The Aviator

In “The Golden Age Of Hollywood,” wealthy business tycoon, Howard Hughes made a livin’ producing motion pictures, designing aircraft, testing out potential fast planes & earning millions of dollars investing businesses in real estate. At the time, Howard Hughes was the wealthiest man in America pioneering aircraft, motion pictures and invested in businesses. He was […]

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Ed Wood

In The 1950’s, a filmmaker named, Ed Wood was known for his notorious critical flops including “Glen Or Glenda,” “Bride Of The Monster” & last but not least, “Plan 9 From Outer Space.” Despite negative reception, Ed Wood’s filmography became cult classics by critics and movie goers known for its “show had its good” aesthetics […]

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Flashback Review: Dreamer

Greetings fellow movie goers from across the globe. Today’s “Flashback Review” focuses on a story about a horse trainer who bonds with his daughter & healing a horse after breaking its bone. As the story progresses, the father, daughter & horse are connected as one. The premise I’m referring to is from “Dreamer.” Dreamer was […]

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The Dirt

Back in The 1980’s four men founded a heavy metal band called, “Mötley Crüe,” led by frontman, Vince Neil, Nicki Sixx on bass, Mick Mars on guitar & last but not least, Tommy Lee on drums. Over the years, the band became known for their over-the-top live concerts, flamboyant outfits reflecting their frantic lifestyle, hosting […]

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