Dune: Part One

In 1965, Frank Herbert published a novel called, “Dune.” The book is about a young man named, Paul Atreides born with special abilities is destined to protect the universe’s priceless resource during an ongoing struggle between his royal family and a dictator who wants full control of it. Dune became a hit spawning sequels, prequels, […]

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Flashback Review: So Weird: Season 1

Greetings fellow movie goers from around the globe. Today’s review is an underrated series titled, “So Weird” that used to air on Disney Channel back when they didn’t make horrendous shows like “Hannah Montana” or anything related to production company, It’s A Laugh Productions. The is basically a kids version of “The X-Files” focusing on […]

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Squid Game: Season 1

A South Korean mystery action-thriller titled, “Squid Game” is currently streaming on Netflix. It became an instant hit earning strong reactions from TV critics and streamers alike. In addition to all the hype, the show surpassed “Stranger Things” & Bridgerton”as Netflix’s highest viewed series racking up 111 million streamers. Squid Game became a fad imitating […]

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The Many Saints Of Newark

In 2018, five years after James Gandolfini’s untimely death, David Chase confirmed Warner’s Bro. (WB for short) and New Line Cinema bought the rights to produce “The Many Saints Of Newark.” A prequel film to the award winning HBO series and one of m favorite shows, “The Sopranos.” Set in The late 60s back when […]

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Four Good Days

“Four Good Days” premiered in 2020 (same year Mac Miller’s final album Circles came out) at “The Sundance Film Festival” and finally got a theatrical release in 2021. It received mixed reviews from critics and movie goers alike. Today’s review contains no SPOILERS whatsoever. I’m giving many of you a chance to see this obscure […]

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25th Hour

In 2001, David Benioff (Troy, Game Of Thrones) wrote a book called, “25th Hour.” The story is about a drug dealer named, Monty in his last day of freedom before he serves his seven year sentence in prison. Monty reflects his life, spends his remaining hours hanging out with his friends and girlfriend. Prior to […]

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Flashback Review: Mrs. Doubtfire

Mrs. Doubtfire was released in 1993. (same year Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas came out and also the year I was born) It received positive reviews from critics and movie goers alike. Besides good reception, it also made a lot of money at the box office. Mrs. Doubtfire earned Robin Williams a Golden Globe […]

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Flashback Review: The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

After “Pocahontas” came out in 1995 alongside “A Goofy Movie” & “Toy Story,” Disney immediately commenced development on their next project titled, “The Hunchback Of Notre.” An adaptation of Victor Hugo’s novel, the company challenge themselves to adapt a novel with dark material containing controversial themes like racism, religion and sadism. They also added original […]

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Gamer’s Review: Cyberpunk 2077

In 2012, CD Projekt (The Witcher series) released a teaser trailer for an upcoming video game titled, “Cyberpunk 2077.” An adaptation of the tabletop role-playing game “Cyberpunk” created by Mike Pondersmith. Six Years Later, at The 2019 E3 Expo, the company released a trailer and gameplay footage with Keanu Reeves (one of my favorite actors) […]

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Good Will Hunting

While working on Kevin Smith’s film “Mallrats,” real life best friends Ben Affleck & Matt Damon worked on a screenplay together called, “Good Will Hunting” expanding the latter’s first draft intended as a 40 page one-act play. After writing and giving each other feedback, the duo completed the final draft in 1994. One year before […]

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Atypical: Season 4

As they say, “Every story has a beginning, and an end.” Especially a television series none other than “Atypical.” The final season is currently streaming on Netflix. Sam & Casey’s story follows the next step in their personal lives as they must decide where to go before they bid farewell to their friends and family […]

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The Normal Heart

In 1985, an autobiographical play titled, “The Normal Heart” opened to the public. Based on Larry Kramer’s activism on gay rights during The AIDS Epidemic, the story focuses on Ned Weeks attempting to raise AIDS awareness during The Early 80s. The Normal Heart earned critical acclaim from critics and audience members alike. Three Decades Later, […]

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Mare Of Easttown

Mare Of Easttown is currently streaming on HBO Max. It received critical acclaim from critics and streamers alike. There are two reasons why I watched Mare Of Easttown. One, Kate Winslet will co-star in James Cameron’s upcoming “Avatar” sequel. Second, Evan Peters has a role in American Horror Story’s tenth season. One more thing, a […]

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Grey Gardens (2009)

“Grey Gardens” aired on HBO in 2009. (same year The Hangover came out) It received universal acclaim from critics and viewers alike. Grey Gardens became an eligible nominee at “The Primetime Emmy Awards,” “Screen Actors Guild” & “The Golden Globes.” Both Drew Barrymore & Jessica Lange earned their awards. I first heard of this movie […]

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Madoka Magica

“Madoka Magica” officially aired in Japan in 2011. (same year American Horror Story aired on FX) It received critical acclaim from critics and anime fans alike. Although a short run, the anime became a phenomenon for its darker tone, subverting the magical girl genre, characters and realistic consequences. In 2012, an English Dub was officially […]

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Halston

Halston is streaming on Netflix. It received positive reviews from critics and streamers alike. Ewan McGregor will reprise his role as Obi-Wan Kenobi in a Disney Plus mini-series focusing on the character. Ryan Murphy and his posse including Sarah Paulson, (my favorite actress of all time) Frances Conroy, Evan Peters, Billie Lourd, Lily Rabe & […]

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Into The Wild

In 1996, an autobiographical novel titled, “Into The Wild” opened in bookstores. Based on a true story. In The Early 90s, recent college gradate Christopher McCandless decides to change his lifestyle, discards his prized possessions, gives away his savings account to charity and travels on foot to Alaska to live in the wild. After a […]

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The Help

In 2009, a novel titled, “The Help” opened in Book stores. It sold millions of copies and earned good reviews from critics and readers alike. The story is set in The 1960s when “The Civil Rights Movement” sparked a new age. Fed up with racism, first time writer Skeeter comes up with an idea to […]

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Fried Green Tomatoes

In the year 1987 book titled, “Fried Green Tomatoes At The Whistle Shop Cafe” was published. It received positive reviews from critics and readers alike selling a good amount of copies. Four Years Later, a film adaptation starring Kathy Bates, Jessica Tandy, Mary-Louise Parker & Mary Stuart Masterson (who went quiet since 1991) under the […]

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The Trial Of The Chicago 7

“The Trial Of The Chicago 7” is currently streaming on Netflix along with “Mank,” “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” “Hillbilly Elegy,” “Over The Moon,” “My Octopus Teacher” & “Crip Camp.” It received critical acclaim from critics and streamers alike. In addition to unanimous praise, it earned Oscar nominations for “Best Supporting Actor,” (Sacha Baron Cohen) “Best […]

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