Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves (Paramount’s Flops Vol. 1 #7)

In 1974, a table-top game called, “Dungeons and Dragons.” A fantasy role-playing game that became popular over the years. Even though I never played a table-top game in my life, I’ve seen YouTube videos regarding gameplay elements. Four or more players create their own character, pick a class, roll a dice based on chance, use […]

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Flashback Review: The One (Sony’s Flops Vol. 1 #11)

After “The Matrix” became a game changer in cinema history for its groundbreaking effects, several movies in the early 2000s were influenced by The Wachowskis’ style including “Charlie’s Angels,” Sam Raimi’s “Spider-Man” & Equilibrium.” The Matrix was also referenced or parodied in other movies including “Scary Movie,” “Shrek,” “Osmosis Jones” & “Kung Pow! Enter the […]

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“BARDO, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths” officially streamed on Netflix in 2022. (same year Everything Everywhere All at Once came out) It received mixed reviews from critics and streamers alike. As a fan of Alejandro “Al” González Iñárritu’s work, I wanna share my tonight’s on his latest film before The Golden Globes air […]

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Avatar: The Way of Water

In 2009, James “Jim” Cameron’s “Avatar” opened worldwide becoming the highest grossing film of all time accumulating a total of $2.9 billion from its theatrical release and re-releases. Jim mapped out sequels starting with the second installment, “Avatar: The Way of Water” continuing Jake Sully & Neytiri’s adventures. Once the script is completed, Jim and […]

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In 1994, James “Jim” Cameron’s “True Lies” opened worldwide. He brainstormed a fully detailed blueprint under “Avatar” based on his fondness for old school adventure novels such as “John Carter,” “Tarzan” & “Allan Quatermain.” Jim intended to make his epic with computer animated characters. Realizing the project lacks innovate technology, Jim puts Avatar on hold […]

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Game of Thrones: Season 8

Game of Thrones’ eighth and final season aired in 2019. (same year Euphoria aired) It received divisive reactions from critics, fans and viewers alike. Peter Dinklage won his second Emmy for “Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama.” Season 8 took home an Emmy for “Outstanding Drama Series.” Instead of “Better Call Saul.” A prequel titled, […]

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