Flashback Review: Kangaroo Jack

Jerry Bruckheimer green-lit a dark mob comedy film titled, “Down and Under.” Originally give an R rating, Jerry saw a preview of “Snow Dogs” with a scene featuring talking dogs. This time, Warner Bros. heavily relied on a talking kangaroo who can rap as the center of the marketing campaign to appeal to kids. Elizabeth […]

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The Last Boy Scout

After “Lethal Weapon 2” was released in 1989, Shane Black (one of my favorite writers) worked on an original script inspired by his breakup with a girlfriend as a serious and less funny version of “Lethal Weapon” with Bruce Willis and Damon Wayans teaming up to investigate a slain woman tied to a crooked Politian […]

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Enola Holmes

“Enola Holmes” officially streamed in 2020 (same year Tenet came out) on Netflix. It received positive reviews from critics and streamers alike. Two Years Later, a sequel streamed also earning good reviews. Millie Bobby Brown will reprise her role as Eleven in the fifth and final season of “Stranger Things.” As a fan of the […]

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Saw

In 2003, then-unknown filmmaker James Wan (The Conjuring series, Aquaman, Furious 7) made a live-action short film titled, “Saw.” The story focuses on a man named, David recalling how he escaped the clutches of a serial killer by playing a “game” to remove a booby trap. Thanks to Lionsgate, the production company approved a screenplay […]

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Spawn (HBO)

Hello fellow movie goers, comic book readers and television viewers. Today’s review is a special one. It’s my 800th post. I’ve chosen one of my favorite TV shows based on my all-time favorite non-Marvel/non-DC superhero known as Spawn. Created by Todd McFarlane in 1992, the series centers around a high-ranking mercenary named, Al Simmons who’s […]

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