Nomadland

“Nomadland” was released in selected theaters in 2020 and is currently streaming on Hulu alongside “The United States VS. Billie Holiday.” It received critical acclaim from critics. Nomadland became an eligible nominee at “The 78th Golden Globes” winning two awards for “Best Director” (Chloé Zhao) & “Best Drama.” Today’s review contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t […]

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The United States VS. Billie Holiday

“The United States VS. Billie Holiday” is currently streaming on Hulu alongside “Nomadland.” It received mixed reviews from critics. Despite divisive reactions, The United States VS. Billie Holiday is nominated for two Golden Globe Awards for “Best Actress In A Drama” (Andra Day”) & “Best Original Song.” (Tigress And Tweed) “The 78th Golden Globes” will […]

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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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I Know This Much Is True

In 1998, author Wally Lamb published a novel titled, “I Know This Much Is True.” Two Decades Later, HBO adapted the book as a six part mini-series starring Mark Ruffalo. I Know This Much Is True officially aired in 2020 around the same year “The Alienist: The Angel Of Darkness” streamed on HBO Max. It […]

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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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The Fox And The Hound

After “The Rescuers” came out in 1977, Disney made a string of films in The 1980’s starting with “The Fox And The Hound,” “The Black Cauldron,” “Oliver And Company,” “The Great Mouse Detective” & “The Little Mermaid.” Their first movie in decade is The Fox And The Hound. The Fox And The Hound was released […]

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Classics Review: Bambi (1942)

In 1923, a book titled, “Bambi A Life In The Woods” was published in bookstores. After its publication, the book eventually became a best seller. Fifteen Years Later, fresh from earning massive success with “Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs,” Walt Disney began to develop a film adaptation of the book while simultaneously working on […]

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The Boys In The Band (Netflix)

In 1968, two years before Harvey Milk fought hard for gay rights as the first openly gay elected official breaking barriers in LGBT history, a dramatic Broadway play called. “The Boys In The Band” opened the doors for audience members. At first it was panned, overtime it earned critical acclaim for depicting a realistic portrayal […]

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Girl Interrupted

In 1993, (the year I was born) author Susanna Kaysen published a memoir titled, “Girl Interrupted.” The book is about her experiences at a mental hospital after being diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. As she stays for two years recovering her mental state, she writes about her encounters with the patients and hospital staff. The […]

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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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Fosse/Verdon

Hello my fellow movie goers from around the globe. Today’s review is about a mini-series about the professional and personal lives of Bob Fosse (Cabaret, All That Jazz, Chicago) & Gwen Verdon. Before famous husband & wife duos Christopher Nolan/Emma Thomas, Peter Jackson/Fran Walsh, Judd Apatow/Leslie Mann & Jonathan Nolan/Lisa Joy were born, Bob Fosse […]

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Man Of Steel

After “The Dark Knight Rises” premiered in 2012, Warner Bros. released a teaser trailer of “Man Of Steel” before the final film of “The Dark Knight Trilogy” commenced. Afterwards, DC fans were enthusiastic to see Superman back on the big screen after “Superman Returns” felt underwhelming in terms of quality. Warner Bros. recruited Christopher Nolan, […]

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Bill (1981)

“Bill ” officially aired on CBS in 1981. (exact same year Raiders Of The Lost Ark came out) It received positive reviews from critics and viewers alike. Bill eventually became a Golden Globe & Emmy nominee ultimately winning “Best Actor In A TV Movie” (Mickey Rooney) & “Best TV Movie” from both awards ceremony. Two […]

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The Exorcist (1973)

In 1971, (the exact same year my parents were born) novelist William Peter Bradley published a novel titled, “The Exorcist.” The story is about a girl named, Regan who gets possessed by a demonic spirit. Her mother recruits two priests to save her daughter or else things will get worse. Two Years Later, Warner Bros. […]

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Babel

Babel was released in 2006. (same year Borat came out) It earned positive reviews from critics and movie goers alike. Besides good reception, the film made enough money at the box office. Babel went on to earn Oscar nominations including “Best Supporting Actress,” (Rinko Kikuchi) “Best Original Screenplay,” “Best Director,” (Alejandro González Iñárritu) “Best Film […]

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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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One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest

In 1962, a novel called, “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest” open in book stores nationwide. The novel is about a convicted felon named, Randall McMurphy is transferred to a mental institution, pretending to be insane, in order to avoid a harsh prison sentence. Once he’s in, he befriends a few patients as he teaches […]

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