Flashback Review: The Ringer

Time for another Flashback Review, for the first time in my blog, it is a sports related movie and one of my favorite comedies besides Spaceballs, Hot Fuzz, and South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. One of them is called, “The Ringer.” The film was produced by The Farrelly Brothers, (Dumb & Dumber, There’s Something […]

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War Of The Worlds (2005)

In 1938, during The Great Depression, future filmmaker, Orson Welles, was working for a radio program based on H.G. Wells’ novel “The War Of The Worlds.” Many families tuned in their radios (this was before Television was introduced) to know what was going on in the world or listen to some jazzy tunes. Several individuals […]

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Teen Titans: Trouble In Tokyo

If you grew up watching the O.G. (Original Gangster) Cartoon Network, here’s another article related to the channel. This time its all about five teenaged superheroes working together to fight crime against evil doers. They’re the Teen Titans. Based on the DC comics team of the same name, the show aired in 2003 until it […]

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Flashback Review: Godzilla (1998)

Fresh from the success of Independence Day, filmmaker Roland Emmerich, (also known for creating the Stargate franchise) was selected as a suitable candidate to direct an American remake of a Japanese film from 1954 called “Godzilla.” A giant dinosaur like monster who wrecks havoc in Tokyo. At the time of its release, the titular character […]

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Hot Fuzz

British filmmaker, Edgar Wright, (Shaun Of The Dead, Scott Pilgram, The World’s End, Baby Driver) first made it big to the silver screen, her began his career by writing and directing his very first film called “A Fistful Of Fingers,” a western parody of The Dollars Trilogy. Sadly the movie has never been commercially released […]

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The Dark Tower

Before going through the ups and downs with this review, here’s a history lesson on the troubled 10 year gap production on Stephen King’s film adaptation of The Dark Tower. It all started in 2007, J.J. Abrams was hired to produce and direct the picture after bidding the films rights to King for just $19 […]

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