Skyscraper

When Universal Pictures won a bidding war to produce a screenplay as a spiritual successor to films set in a building like Die Hard, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson officially signed on to star and produce the film titled “Skyscraper.” Skyscraper is currently out in theaters around the same time as Hotel Transylvania 3. Dwayne Johnson’s […]

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Flashback Review: Mission Impossible

In the year 1966, television network CBS aired a TV series called, “Mission Impossible” inspired by spy films from the decade most notably James Bond, as well as the British spy show “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” The show stars Peter Graves, (Captain Oveur from Airplane!) Greg Morris, Peter Lupus, Barbara Bain & Martin Landau as […]

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Flashback Review: Little Nicky

After Adam Sandler made a name of himself as an SNL cast member to transitioning into popular films like Billy Madison, Airheads, Happy Gilmore, The Wedding Singer & Big Daddy, he went on establish a film company called “Happy Madison Productions.” The company’s first entry is a Rob Schneider film called, “Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigalo” […]

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Ant-Man & The Wasp

Set after the events of the first Ant-Man movie and Captain America: Civil War, Hank Pym’s protégé Scott Pym is under house arrest due to his actions on helping Captain America battling Iron Man over a superhero registration act resulting in collateral damage and civilian casualties from the destruction of The Avengers’ epic fights against […]

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Honey I Blew Up The Kid

After Disney released Honey I Shrunk The Kids as a sleeper hit earning critical and commercial success among movie goers and most critics alike, a sequel was green lit with Rick Moranis reprising his role as Wayne Szalinski who accidentally used a laser to turn his baby son into the size of a giant monster. […]

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Honey I Shrunk The Kids

Honey I Shrunk The Kids was released in 1989. It became an unexpected commercial and critical success earning positive reviews from both critics and families alike. It was the highest grossing live action Disney film until Pirates Of The Caribbean surpassed it. Roger Ebert surprisingly gave it a negative review and declared a thumbs down. […]

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Flashback Review: Independence Day

After Stargate came out in 1994 earning mixed reviews and made enough money at the box office, Roland Emmerich developed his next project about a massive alien invasion seeking to destroy human life. It’s up to a fighter pilot, a scientist & The President Of The United States to fight back against the invaders who […]

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