Unaccompanied Minors

Today’s review is about one of my favorite Christmas movies of all time. It’s about a small group of kids that are stuck in an airport, due to a snowy blizzard blocking the exit door. They attempt to leave the area as one of them has a sister who is left behind, while being chased […]

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Flashback Review: Snow Day

Let’s go back to the year 2000, starting with one of the earliest films of the early 21st Century. Today’s review is about several character who celebrate a day off from school with a specific storyline involving children trying to prevent a snowplow we from scooping off the snow, a weatherman who’s struggling to achieve […]

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Flashback Review: The Santa Clause

What happens if a businessman puts on Santa’s outfit and he slowly transforms into jolly ol’ Saint Nick himself? The High Concept/What If Scenario I’m referring to, is The Premise from Disney’s The Santa Clause. The Santa Clause was released in 1994. (same year Stranger Things co-stars, Charlie Heaton & Dacre Montgomery were born) The […]

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Home Alone 3

After the release of both Home Alone and Home Alone 2: Lost In New York. Late filmmaker/writer, John Hughes, began to write the third installment of Home Alone, without Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, & Daniel Stern involved. This time, a “sequel” focuses on another kid named Alex, who must defend his home from terrorists, who […]

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Home Alone 2: Lost In New York

In 1990, a film called, Home Alone, written by the late John Hughes, became a household name for Macaulay Culkin’s status as an A-Lister. Chris Columbus, gained recognition as a film director. Over the years, Home Alone went on to become a Christmas classic among movie goers, and as a result, it continues to air […]

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