We’re all familiar with The Beatles. Members are John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison & Ringo Starr. Their music kickstarted “The British Invasion,” a major highlight of The 60s introducing more bands such as The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Animals, The Kinks just to name a few. The Beatles release a total of twelve […]Read More The Beatles: Get Back
“What Happened To Brittany Murphy?” is streaming on HBO Max. It received positive reception from critics and streamers alike. Awards Season is ongoing until The Oscars air on March 2022. I have a fascination watching documentaries about actors/actresses. Keep in mind, this review is a short one, because this ain’t a scripted film/series with extensive […]Read More What Happened To Brittany Murphy?
“Sid And Judy” officially aired in 2019 (same year Avengers: Endgame came out) on Showtime around the same time Renee Zellweger’s “Judy” came out. I received positive reactions from critics and viewers alike. As you may know, Awards Season is ongoing from November to The Oscars airing next year on March. I wanna share my […]Read More Sid And Judy
We’re already familiar with Val Kilmer’s work in “Top Gun,” “The Doors,” “Tombstone,” “Batman Forever,” “Heat” & “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang,” but do you know him offscreen? For the first time, the actor shares us movie goers personal videos in a documentary film titled, “Val.” Val is currently streaming on Amazon Prime. It received positive […]Read More Val
“Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution” is currently streaming on Netflix along with Oscar nominated films “The Trial Of Chicago 7,” “Mank,” “Hillbilly Elegy,” “Da 5 Bloods” & “Over The Moon.” It received crucial acclaim from critics and streamers alike. In addition to unanimous praise, Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution became an eligible Oscar nominee for […]Read More Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution
In The 80s, Soleil Moon Frye became a household name starring in a sitcom called, “Punky Brewster.” For those who never seen the show including me, it’s about an abandoned girl who comes across a kind man, he adopts her and begins a new life. As in most sitcoms, hilarity ensues. Punky Brewster aired on […]Read More Kid 90
Life Animated was released in 2016. (same year La La Land came out) It was unanimously praised by critics. The documentary became can eligible nominee at “The 89th Academy Awards” for “Best Documentary Feature.” Unfortunately, it lost to “OJ: Made In America.” Several Disney movies are getting remade including “Snow White,” “Pinocchio,” “Peter Pan,” “The […]Read More Life Animated
In 2006, “Borat,” a character from “Da Ali G Show,” was released worldwide. It became a critical and box office success earning Sacha Baron Cohen a Golden Globe Award for “Best Actor In A Musical Or Comedy.” Afterwards, Sacha played “Brüno,” another character from Da Ali G Show. Like Borat, it earned decent reviews. Sacha […]Read More Borat Subsequent Moviefilm
After “Ali G Indahouse” earned mixed reactions from critics and movie goers alike, Sacha Baron Cohen went on the play eccentric supporting characters including King Julian in the “Madagascar” series & Jean Girard in “Talladega Nights: The Ballard Of Ricky Bobby.” During his time as a character actor, Sacha worked on a film based on […]Read More Borat
In August 2001, a month before 9/11, The F.B.I. apprehend a man under the alias, “Uncle Jerry” responsible for organizing a $24 million scam involving McDonald’s Monopoly with ties to The Mafia. Nineteen Years Later, a documentary on HBO uncovers the multi-million dollar scheme. The documentary I’m referring to is none other than “McMillions.” McMillions […]Read More McMillions
In 2009, participating in a photoshop contest, a website known as “Creepypasta,” created a character named, “Slender Man.” He’s described as a tall, pale, faceless man wearing a dark suit. When a photo of Slender Man went viral, the mythology of the character was expanded upon a YouTube series “Marble Hornets,” a video game “Slender: […]Read More Beware The Slender Man
In the year 2008, Academy Award nominee Joaquin Phoenix (Gladiator, Walk The Line, The Master) announced he “retired” from acting to transition a new career in hip-hop. The news shocked fans of his work, close friends, peers and family members. He appeared in several interviews prompting his movie, “Two Lovers” spotting unkempt hair and a […]Read More I’m Still Here
In 1968, an edutainment show called, “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood” starring Fred Rogers lasting from 31 seasons until 2001, the show focused on the titular host talking to the viewer about everyday life, activities, hobbies, subjects about a particular interest etc. Besides engaging with the viewer, the show also takes the viewer to a trip to […]Read More Won’t You Be My Neighbor?
Prior to her untimely death, in 2008, Carrie Fisher released a book called Wishful Drinking, an autobiography about Fisher’s career/personal life as an actress, novelist, daughter, and mother struggling with the ups and downs of fame, addiction based on drugs and alcohol. Instead of an actual autobiography, she takes a bunch of jabs on them […]Read More Wishful Drinking
Long ago before Nostalgia Critic, Angry Joe, & Channel Awesome, one man named Roger Ebert, paved the way of film criticism. He and another film critic, Gene Siskel, aired a televised movie review series called “At The Movies.” During their prime, they went on to become nationwide icons. Sadly, Siskel died of a brain tumor […]Read More Life Itself
Hello fellow movie goers from around the world. Today’s Flashback Review is different then the other films I’ve reviewed, this time I’m reviewing a documentary film which I consider the best one all time, the one I’m referring to is “Super Size Me.” Released in 2004, Super Size Me explores the concept on what happened […]Read More Flashback Review: Super Size Me