Classics Review: Flying Tigers

In 1941, Pearl Harbor was attacked by The Japanese Army. Many have fallen and risked their lives to save their comrades in a tragic event that’ll never be forgotten as Americans will continue to educate children about World War II. In response to the attack, The U.S. Army decided to recruit cadets to aid allied […]

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Classics Review: Peter Pan (1953)

In 1904, playwright J.M Barrie released a play called, “Peter Pan.” It’s about three children are invited by a boy with the ability to fly who literally can’t grow up, to a trip to “Neverland.” An island filled with residents including pirates led by Peter’s archenemy Captain Hook, mermaids, Indians, fairies, animal wildlife and a […]

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Classics Review: Batman (1966)

In 1966, a television series based on “Batman” starring the late Adam West & Burt Ward aired on ABC. The show became an instant classic aiming young viewers and fans of The Caped Crusader. The show’s format is basically The Dynamic Duo attempting to prevent a villain from succeeding his/her grandmaster plan. When The Dynamic […]

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Classics Review: Godzilla (1954)

In the aftermath of World War II. Tensions arise when The Cold War began escalated with many countries including America, Russia, Japan, China, North Korea, South Korea, Cuba among many other countries becoming paranoid fearing that another World War might happen immediately. The Cold War lasted from 1947-1991. Back when The Cold War was around […]

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Classics Review: In Old California

Salutations my fellow movie goers from around the world. Today’s “Classics Review” is an underwhelming film from the early 1940’s starring John “The Duke” Wayne as a pharmacist from Boston named Tom Craig, who arrives in San Francisco set after The Gold Rush concluded. One day, he decides to open up a small pharmaceutical business, […]

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Classics Review: Hondo

Howdy fellow movie goers from across the world. Today’s article is a western starring the very first action movie star known as John Wayne, (nicknamed “The Duke”) who continues to inspire America and notable actors such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis, Daniel Radcliffe, Kurt Russell, Chuck Norris, among many others to this day. […]

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Classics Review: Frankenstein (1931)

In the year 1818, British novelist, Mary Shelley, penned a book called Frankenstein, about a mad scientist named Dr. Frankenstien, who collects body parts from various corpses in order to create the very first artificial creature to make scientific history on resurrection but things go awry when the creature escapes to the outside world. The […]

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Classics Review: Dracula (1931)

Let’s look back at the very first cinematic universe called Universal Monsters. This franchise was produced by Universal Pictures which involves classic movie monsters such as The Mummy, Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, and many others starring in their own solo films, and crossing over the characters for a specific reason why they’re needed to collide […]

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Classics Review: The Sound Of Music

Many years ago, two playwrights named Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II, wrote successful broadway musicals during the 1940’s to 1950’s. The plays they’ve directed, written and produced including “The King & I,”  “Oklahoma,” “Carousel,” “South Pacific,” and last but not least, “The Sound Of Music.” As a result of big ticket sales and critical […]

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Classics Review: The Mummy (1932)

During The Great Depression, Universal Pictures developed a string of successful box office hits during the “Golden Age Of Hollywood” typically involving monster pictures such as Dracula, Frankenstein, Invisible Man, Creature From The Black Lagoon, Wolf Man and of course the following review depicted on this article. Before Marvel, DC, Godzilla, Universal was the first […]

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Classics Review: The Wizard Of Oz

In the 1930’s, The Great Depression effected the economy. Probition of banning alcohol was lifted. The Dust Bowl severely damaged vegetation including crops. The F.B.I. was founded by J. Edgar Hoover. Outlaws  like John Dillenger, Bonnie & Clyde were glorified as folklore heroes. Hitler rises to power prior to WWII. Outside of the real world […]

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