The Royal Tenenbaums

After “Rushmore” came out in 1998 earning critical acclaim, friends/business partners Wes Anderson & Owen Wilson penned a script together titled, “The Royal Tenenbaums.” The Premise focuses on the patriarch pretending he’s dying in order to reconnect with his estranged gifted kids and ex-wife Released in 2001. (same year Ocean’s 11 came out) It received […]

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American Psycho

In 1991, author/screenwriter Bret Easton Ellis published a book titled, “American Psycho.” The story focuses on Patrick Bateman living a double life as a Wall Street investor and serial killer. Nine Years Later a film adaptation starring Christian Bale was released in 2000. (same year Requiem for a Dream came out) It received positive reviews […]

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Tron

“Tron” was officially released in 1982. (same year Blade Runner came out) It received positive reviews from critics and movie goers alike. Plus, it was a modest success at the box office. The film gained a cult following which spawned a franchise ranging from video games, action figures, comic books and a sequel titled, “Tron […]

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Mallrats

After Kevin Smith earned praise for his directorial debut known as “Clerks,” his next film focuses on two best friends Brodie & Quint fed up with their girlfriends breaking up. Hilarity Ensues as they endure surreal moments, conflicted on what they want to do in their futures and last but not least interacting with a […]

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Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back

After Kevin Smith released the controversial film “Dogma” he developed his next project focusing on Jay and Silent Bob as the main stars set within the View Askewinverse. Their main mission is to travel to Hollywood to stop production of a superhero film called, “Bluntman and Chronic.” The premise I’m referring to is “Jay and […]

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Flashback Review: Happy Gilmore

In 1995, six years after making his film debut in “Going Overboard” labeled as a miscalculation, Adam Sandler starred in “Billy Madison.” At the time, critics hated it, but movie goers loved it. Overtime, it gained a cult following. As a fan of Mr. Sandler, it was pretty funny. After Adam got fired on “SNL” […]

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