Flashback Review: Men In Black II

In the year 1997, a film called, “Men In Black” directed by Barry Sonnenfeld. (The Addams Family, Addams Family Values, Get Shorty) The film opened worldwide gaining positive reception from critics and movie goers alike. In addition to warm reviews, the film made a lot of money a the box office. It spawned a cartoon […]

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Flashback Review: Men In Black

In the year 1990, now defunct comic book publisher, “Malibu Comics” published a short lived series called, “The Men In Black.” The comic book series is based on conspiracy theories of The Men In Black (MIB for short) are the only people who know about alien activity. The MIB remain anonymous to human society & […]

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Flashback Review: Tommy Boy

Greetings fellow movie goers from across the globe. Today’s “Flashback Review” is about one of my favorite comedies since childhood starring my favorite Saturday Night Live (SNL for short) funny man, the late Chris Farley in his first leading role as the title character, “Tommy Boy.” Tommy Boy was released in 1995. (same year Toy […]

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Annihilation

In 2014, a book titled, “Annihilation” opened bookstores worldwide along with the sequels titled “Authority” & “Acceptance” as part of “The Southern Reach Trilogy.” A year before the books were published, movie studio “Paramount Pictures” bought the movie rights for the trilogy. The studio focused on adapting Annihilation, the first installment of the trilogy. Novelist/Filmmaker, […]

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit

In 1981, a mystery novel called, “Who Censored Roger Rabbit” opened in bookstores. The novel is set in a world when humans & cartoon characters co-exist in our reality. The story is about a private detective named, Eddie Valiant who gets dragged into a case involving cartoon character, Roger Rabbit who’s framed for a murder […]

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Truth Or Dare

In 2017, Universal Pictures & Blumhouse Productions announced that they’re working on a movie titled, “Truth Or Dare” directed by Katie Couric’s nephew, Jeff Wadlow. (Never Back Down, Kick-Ass 2) For no apparent reason, Universal green-lit the script along with another dud known as “Skyscraper.” Truth Or Dare was released on April 13th, (on a […]

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Flashback Review: Hercules (1997)

In 1992, the year Aladdin came out during “The Disney Renaissance,” Disney pitched an idea based on “The Odyssey,” a Greek epic poem. The company discarded an adaptation of the poem due to running time constraints & lack of compelling characters that would confuse kids. An animator named, Jon Haidar suggested about making a film […]

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