Classics Review: Rashomon

Hello fellow movie goers from around the globe. Today’s classic review is yet another groundbreaking film by legendary director Akira Kurosawa titled, “Rashomon.” The Premise involves four people sharing their own perspective of a samurai’s murder. Each one’s story contradicts certain elements whether it’s real or not. Rashomon was officially released in 1950. (exact same […]

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Classics Review: Seven Samurai

Hello fellow movie goers from around the globe. Today’s classic review is an influential film that became a tentpole on the film industry. Story is about villagers who hire samurai to fight bandits from raiding their town and learn to defend themselves. What I’m referring to is none other than Akira Kurosawa’s groundbreaking epic, “Seven […]

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Classics Review: Pinocchio (1940)

In 1937, Walt Disney released his first ever animated film, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” It became a milestone in the film industry as the first theatrical animated film, rather than a very short subject. Back then, there was no such thing as television. People only went to a nearby theater if they wanna […]

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Classics Review: The Public Enemy

Greetings fellow movie goers from around the globe. Today’s classic-themed movie review is a gangster film that paved the wave of crime films during “The Golden Age of Hollywood”/”The Great Depression” and introduced the world to James “Jimmy” Cagney” in “The Public Enemy.” (has zero connection to Flavor Flav’s rap group) Released in 1931, (same […]

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