Flashback Review: Toy Story

Thank you my fellow movie goers from across the globe for supporting my website. My 200th post is a special article on the first movie I’ve ever seen in a theater is a movie called, Toy Story. Before I get to the basic pros & cons, let’s rewind the clocks back to 1986 on how […]

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OH MY GOODNESS!!!!!!!! Gringo is a complete epic failure! I refuse to tell you guys & gals the production history behind the picture, because it’s one of the 2018’s critical flops, until Teen Titans Go To The Movies will become the worst film of the year! Here’s my take on Amazon Studios’ movie starring David […]

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Flashback Review: Mulan (1998)

After The Lion King earned universal acclaim from critics and movie goers alike. Disney brainstormed an idea upon reading a Chinese poem titled, “The Song Of Fa Mu Lan,” Disney began development on their next project based on the poem by expanding it into a screenplay. During a four year gap of development, they did […]

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Ernest Goes To Camp

In The 1980’s, late actor/comedian, Jim Varney, (Slinky from Toy Story) by Carden & Cherry Advertising Agency to portray a character named Ernest P. Worrell, to promote various products/businesses including Coca-Cola, Mello Yello, John L. Sullivan’s Car Insurance, Gas Appliance Dealers, First Federal Savings, Cream O’ Weber Hi-Land, Vernon Savings & Loan, Chex, Taco John’s […]

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Game Night

The Premise for Game Night, is about a husband and wife (played by Jason Bateman & Rachel McAdams) who invite their friends over over for a game night. Suddenly, it becomes a life or death mystery involving a missing person connected to the group. The following review doesn’t contain any potential SPOILERS. You are allowed […]

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Flashback Review: Blankman

In a time when superhero movies were a popular fad in The 90’s, Bruce Timm created Batman: The Animated Series, his Magnum Opus. Fox Kids aired X-Men: The Animated Series & Spider-Man: The Animated Series. Three of the cartoons gathered a new generation of comic book fans. (including me) Power Rangers also became a billion […]

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