Cruella (NSFW Review)

Cruella is currently out in theaters and streaming on Disney Plus for a premium $30 fee. Critics are giving it positive reviews. Let’s see what it takes if Cruella is a strong start for Disney to make more villain based movies. This review contains very important SPOILERS. If you haven’t got a chance to see […]

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The Flight Attendant: Season 1

In 2018, author Chris Bohjalian published a book called, “The Flight Attendant.” The book is about the titular character who wakes up with no memory after a boozy hangover/one-night stand with one of her passengers. She discovers a dead body of the same passenger from last night. Desperate to get out of a predicament, she […]

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The Undoing

The Undoing officially aired on HBO and streamed on HBO Max in 2020. It received positive reviews from cringes and viewers alike. The Undoing became an eligible nominee at the upcoming Golden Globes & Screen Actors Guild (SAG for short) Awards. Before The Golden Globes & SAG Awards will air on February 28th & April […]

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Flashback Review: Larry The Cable Guy: Health Inspector

Fresh from “Blue Collar Comedy Tour,” Larry The Cable Guy (one of my favorite stand-up comedians) earned himself a solo career performing successful stand-up comedy without his pals Jeff Foxworthy & Bill Engvall. In addition to stand-up comedy, Larry also earned an acting career as Mater from the “Cars” franchise,” “Delta Farce,” “Witness Protection” & […]

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The Act

In June 2015, a number of death threats posted on Dee Dee Blanchard’s Facebook account. Police officers pinpoint the location of The Blanchard Residence only to find Blanchard’s lifeless body at home. The local authorities track down the perpetrators, they turn out to be Blanchard’s daughter Gypsy Rose & her boyfriend Nicholas Godejohn, who suffers […]

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Point Break (1991)

While working on “Terminator 2: Judgement Day,” James “Jim” Cameron and his then wife Kathryn Bigalow (The Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty) fresh from finishing “Blue Steel,” worked on an action crime thriller together starring Keanu Reeves (one of my favorite actors) and the late Patrick Swayze known as, “Point Break.” Point Break was released […]

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Party Monster

In 1999, James St. James published a memoir titled, “Disco Bloodbath.” The book chronicles the life James who was formerly close friends with recently deceased party promoter, Michael Alig. The pair founded “Club Kids.” A group of party animals wearing flamboyant outfits partying non-stop. They even became a part of fashion culture. Chaos Ensues when […]

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Batman Returns

After Tim Burton’s “Batman” was released in 1989 becoming the highest grossing film of the year, a sequel titled, “Batman Returns” was in the works with Michael Keaton reprising his role as Batman & Tim Burton back in the director’s chair. Batman Returns was released in 1992. (same year Bruce Timm’s Batman: The Animated Series […]

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The Exorcism Of Emily Rose

Now that it’s Halloween Month 2020, I’d like to share you fellow movie goers from around the globe a criminally underrated legal crime-drama horror film loosely based on a true story about an agnostic lawyer who defends a priest after a botched exorcism of a young woman who suffered from schizophrenia and episodes of hallucinations. […]

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Gamer’s Review: Jak II

In 2001, video game company Naughty Dog released “Jak & Daxter: The Precursor Legacy” on PlayStation 2. The game earned positive reviews from critics and gamers alike. As a result of good reception and selling copies successfully, Naughty Dog worked on a sequel to the first game titled “Jak II.” Inspired by “Grand Theft Auto […]

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The Dark Knight Rises

After completing his Oscar nominated film “Inception,” Christopher “Chris” Nolan, his wife/business partner, Emma Thomas & his brother, Jonathan “Jonah” Nolan commenced development of a third Batman movie set after “The Dark Knight.” The trio did extensive research on which villain Batman should battle mono e mono. Chris selected Bane. Introduced in a storyline known […]

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Scoob

Due to the ongoing Coronavirus, Warner Bros. (WB for short) cancelled the release date of Scoob” and moved it to digital on demand allowing its intended release date intact. Scoob is already out right now. So far, it received mixed reactions from critics. Scoob is intended to be the first installment of a proposed cinematic […]

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