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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Bill And Ted Face The Music

After “Bill And Ted’s Bogus Journey” came out in 1991, a third installment of the Bill And Ted series was in extensive hiatus due to Keanu Reeves & Alex Winter’s busy careers as Keanu became a household name in notable works including “Point Break,” “Speed,” “The Matrix Trilogy,” & the John Wick” series establishing him […]

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Tenet

After Christopher “Chris” Nolan finished his Oscar nominated World War II epic “Dunkirk,” he immediately commenced development on a sci-fi spy thriller titled, “Tenet.” Prior to its intended release July 17th, the ongoing coronavirus forced Chris & Warner Bros. (WB for short) to delay the film thrice. Tenet finally marked its September 4th release worldwide. […]

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Bill And Ted’s Bogus Journey

After “Bill And Ted’s Excellent Adventure” came out in 1989 as well as becoming an instant cult classic, a sequel titled, “Bill And Ted’s Bogus Journey” brought back Keanu Reeves & Alex Winter to reprise their roles as the duo going in a different scenario unlike the first film. This time, they are sent to […]

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Flashback Review: Clockstoppers

Clockstoppers was released in 2002. (same year The Bourne Identity came out) It received negative reviews from critics and flopped at the box office. With Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated spy film “Tenet” will officially come out in theaters this September, I’d like to share my thoughts on Clockstoppers. What do these two movies both have […]

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Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows

After “Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince” came out in 2009, Warner Bros. (WB for short) David Heyman & J.K. Rowling commenced development on the seventh and final installment of the Harry Potter franchise known as “The Deathly Hallows.” Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint & many cast members from previous films reprise their roles […]

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Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince

After “Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix” came out in 2007, Warner Bros. (WB for short) David Heyman & J.K. Rowling immediately begin development on the sixth installment of the Harry Potter franchise known as “The Half-Blood Prince.” Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint along many other cast members reprise their roles continuing […]

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Classics Review: Citizen Kane

Citizen Kane was released in 1941. It earned positive reviews from critics and movie goers alike. Despite critical acclaim over the years, the film actually flopped at the box office. Regardless of failing to make a profit, Citizen Kane became an eligible nominee at The Academy Awards winning “Best Original Screenplay” (Orson Welles) Unfortunately, Orson […]

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The Dark Knight Rises

After completing his Oscar nominated film “Inception,” Christopher Nolan, his wife/business partner, Emma Thomas & his brother, Jonathan “Jonah” Nolan commenced development of a third Batman movie set after “The Dark Knight.” The trio did extensive research on which villain Batman should battle mono e mono. Chris selected Bane. Introduced in a storyline known as […]

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A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood

In 1998, a journalist named, Lloyd Vogel is assigned to interview beloved TV icon Fred Rogers, known for hosting “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood” about the importance of being a real life hero as many of families see him as a hero teaching kids about growing up, reality and serious issues related to humanity. Two Decades Later, […]

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Inception

After “The Dark Knight” earned universal praise from critics, fans and movie goers as well as becoming the highest grossing film of 2008, Christopher “Chris” Nolan (my idol) resumes development of a pet project he’s been working on for nearly a decade called, “Inception.” At first it was supposed to be a horror film similar […]

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The Right Stuff (film)

During The Cold War, NASA recruited pilots to participate on a mission to beat The Russians as the first human beings to make it to space and push the envelope in human history. The pilots turned astronauts are dubbed, “The Right Stuff.” Alan Shepard is the first American who made it to space prior to […]

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The Matrix Revolutions

After “The Matrix Reloaded” came out in May 2003, a third installment titled, “The Matrix Revolutions” was filmed back to back with the aforementioned second movie to The Matrix Trilogy.” The Matrix Revolutions was released six months after its predecessor came out. It received mixed reviews from critics and movie goers alike. Despite mixed reception, […]

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The Matrix Reloaded

After “The Matrix” came out in 1999, it became an instant classic parodied or payed homage in several movies and TV shows. This encouraged The Wachowskis & Warner Bros. (WB for short) to turn it into a trilogy, an anthology anime of short films titled, “The Animatrix,” merchandise, video games & tie-in books. The Wachowskis […]

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Les Misérables

To make an epic musical based on a beloved broadway play, it takes a lot of hard effort to translate it on the silver screen, retain familiar tunes, hire the right people with a talented singing voice, collaborate with screenwriters and lyricists etc. I’m gonna come clean my fellow movie goers, Tom Hooper’s “Les Misérables” […]

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Epic Movie

After “Date Movie” came out in 2006, directing duo Jason Friedberg & Aaron Seltzer also known as Seltzerberg made a spoof of movies that were out when Date Movie was released. Without proper research or anything clever, “Epic Movie” was born lacking sophistication, they have the mind of college frat boys who do nothing but […]

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The Animatrix

After “The Matrix” came out in 1999, The Wachowskis immediately begin to conduct stories set in the series exploring more content before and after the first movie after the they promote The Matrix, they visited a few anime companies to collaborate on each short film told in an anthology format. As they work on each […]

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