Bohemian Rhapsody

In The 70’s, four young men formed a rock band called “Queen” led by the late frontman, Freddie Mercury, guitarist, Brian May, bassist, John Deacon & drummer, Roger Taylor. The band is known for their distinctive style of fusing the rock genre combined with other musical genres making their creativity unique, less formulaic. During their […]

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Flashback Review: Mulan (1998)

After The Lion King earned universal acclaim from critics and movie goers alike. Disney brainstormed an idea upon reading a Chinese poem titled, “The Song Of Fa Mu Lan,” Disney began development on their next project based on the poem by expanding it into a screenplay. During a four year gap of development, they did […]

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The Greatest Showman

In 2009, Hugh Jackman signed to star and produced a musical, but it was put in a seven year hiatus, because movie studios didn’t want to distribute a musical, as the once relevant genre died out many years ago. Due to the massive success surrounding La La Land, Hugh finally embraces his chance to release […]

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Disney’s A Christmas Carol (2009)

After experimenting with Motion Capture mixed with Computer Animation for both The Polar Express and Beowulf, filmmaker, Robert Zemeckis, (Back To The Future Trilogy, Forrest Gump, Who Framed Roger Rabbit) decided to work on his next project involving a film adaptation of Charles Dicken’s A Christmas Carol. The book is one of Robert’s favorite books […]

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Tom And Jerry And The Wizard Of Oz

What would happen if you combine two beloved icons from childhood? You mix them both together in a crossover, then you get “Tom And Jerry And The Wizard Of Oz.” This bizzare concept is like putting two properties into a blender or a mixer at a bar. “The Crossover Gimmick” involving Tom And Jerry meeting other […]

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Classics Review: The Sound Of Music

Many years ago, two playwrights named Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II, wrote successful broadway musicals during the 1940’s to 1950’s. The plays they’ve directed, written and produced including “The King & I,”  “Oklahoma,” “Carousel,” “South Pacific,” and last but not least, “The Sound Of Music.” As a result of big ticket sales and critical […]

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