John Carpenter’s The Thing

In 1951, a sci-fi horror film called, “The Thing From Another World” loosely based on novel titled “Who Goes There?,” opened in theaters and made money at the box office and earned decent reviews from critics. Three Decades Later, filmmaker, John Carpenter (Halloween, Escape From New York, Big Trouble In Little China) fresh from his […]

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Game Night

The Premise for Game Night, is about a husband and wife (played by Jason Bateman & Rachel McAdams) who invite their friends over over for a game night. Suddenly, it becomes a life or death mystery involving a missing person connected to the group. The following review doesn’t contain any potential SPOILERS. You are allowed […]

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Regression

Today’s review is a movie based on true events, which is about a detective who’s assigned with a case involving an abused young woman linked to a mysterious satanic cult. What I’m talking about, is the plot of a mystery crime film called, “Regression.” Regression was released in 2015 in selected limited theaters, without a […]

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Flashback Review: Rush Hour 2

Following the success of Rush Hour, Brett Ratner was hired to return direct a follow up called Rush Hour 2, with Jackie Chan & Chris Tucker reprising their roles as Lee & Carter. Rush Hour 2 came out in 2001. It made a bunch of money than its predecessor at the box office. Unfortunately, it […]

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Flashback Review: Rush Hour

Let us look back at a movie about two polar opposites, one from China, and the other from America, who join forces to investigate on the kidnapping of a diplomat’s daughter. The Premise I’m referring to is “Rush Hour.” Rush Hour was released in the 1998 starring Jackie Chan & Chris Tucker. The movie earned […]

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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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Memento

At the end of “The 20th Century,” many events triggered in the year 2000, the presidential election between George W. Bush & Al Gore. The Y2K incident at first, was gonna become a nuclear holocaust, but it didn’t happen. AOL was purchased by Time Warner for $162 billion. Dora The Explorer made its TV debut […]

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