Crazy Rich Asians

In 2013, author Kevin Kwan published a book titled, “Crazy Rich Asians.” A romance novel about an Asian-American woman who’s invited to meet her boyfriend’s wealthy family in Singapore. The book earned positive reviews from critics and readers alike. Two sequels titled, “China Rich Girlfriend & “Rich People Problems” linked as a trilogy. In 2017, […]

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Mr. Right

Mr. Right was released in 2015. (same year The Revenant came out) It received mixed reviews from critics and failed to make a profit at the box office. Today’s review contains SPOILERS. If you wish to scroll through my article, read at your own risk. Keep in mind, this is a short review, because it’s […]

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Lady And The Tramp (2019)

“Lady And The Tramp” streamed on Disney Plus. (same year The Mandalorian streamed) It received mixed reviews from critics. The live action remake is the first film to stream on Disney Plus while Disney’s other live action remakes such as “Dumbo,” “Aladdin” & “The Lion King” were released theatrically. I thought about reviewing this live […]

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Tangled

In 2001, animator Glen Keane pitched an idea to adapt Rapunzel on the big screen. Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner approves, but on one condition, make it fully computer generated in order to compete with DreamWorks’ “Shrek.” Glen however, said no. He was hesitant about computer animation isn’t fluid as traditional animation. It took nearly […]

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Classics Review: Sleeping Beauty

In The 1950’s, Walt Disney released a few animated movies including, “Cinderella,” “Alice In Wonderland,” “Peter Pan,” “Lady And The Tramp,” and “Sleeping Beauty.” The latter film took nearly a decade for Disney to adapt the fairy tale. After years of drawing elements to life such as characters, story, hiring voice actors, writing songs etc. […]

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Look Who’s Talking Too

After “Look Who’s Talking” came out in 1989 becoming an unexpected hit, a sequel titled, “Look Who’s Talking Too” was green-lit immediately in an attempt to capitalize the same success as the first Look Who’s Talking Too was released in 1990. (same year The Rescuers Down Under came out) Unlike the first movie, the sequel […]

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Look Who’s Talking

Look Who’s Talking was released in 1989. (same year Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure came out) It earned mixed reviews from critics and movie goers alike. In addition to divisive reactions, it managed to make a lot of money at the box office. Two sequels titled, “Look Who’s Talking Too” & “Look Who’s Talking Now” […]

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The Little Mermaid (1989)

In The 1980’s, Disney was going through a difficult time releasing “The Fox And The Hound,” “The Black Cauldron,” “The Great Mouse Detective” & “Oliver And Company.” Despite becoming great overtime, the studio was struggling to cater an audience in terms of quality and entertainment value. Directing duo Ron Clements & John Musker pitched an […]

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Classics Review: Cinderella (1950)

After Walt Disney released notable films in The 40’s including “Pinocchio,” “Fantasia,” “Dumbo” & “Bambi.” He began development on adapting his interpretation of “Cinderella.” Cinderella was released in 1950. (same year The Peanuts & Snoopy made comic strip debut) It received critical acclaim from critics, families and movie goers alike. In addition to positive reception, […]

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Grease (1978)

In 1971, the year my parents were born, a musical called “Grease” opened in theatres. Set in The 50’s, the premise is about two teens named, Danny & Sandy who instantly fell in love with each other. Sandy gives Danny some bad news she has to move back to Australia. A few months later, Danny […]

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New Year’s Eve

After the late Gary Marshall’s “Valentine’s Day” came out in 2010 earning negative reception and made money at the box office, two similar films involving an ensemble cast set in a titular holiday titled, “New Year’s Eve” & “Mother’s Day” completed a trilogy or as I call it “The Holiday Trilogy.” Has nothing to do […]

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Happiest Season

“Happiest Season” is currently streaming on Hulu alongside the “Animaniacs” revival. It received positive reviews from critics and streamers alike. Rumors speculate a sequel is in the works. Now that Christmas is right around the corner, I’ve decided to give this movie a try after watching Dan Levy’s award winning series “Schitts Creek.” This review […]

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Flashback Review: Corpse Bride

Based on a 19th Century Russian-Jewish folklore, Tim Burton simultaneously worked on “Corpse Bride” & “Charlie And The Chocolate Factory” with his best friend Johnny Depp & then wife Helena Bonham Carter. Corpse Bride’s premise is about a groom who accidentally summons the titular character under the impression she’s married. Corpse Bride was released in […]

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Enchanted

Enchanted was released in 2007. (same year There Will Be Blood came out) It earned positive reviews from critics & movie goers alike. In addition to good reactions, it also made enough revenue at the box office. Enchanted went on to earn an Oscar nomination for “Best Original Song.” (That’s How You Know) Since 2010, […]

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My Girl

Hello my fellow movie goers from around the globe. Today’s review is about a boy and girl who are more than close friends in this coming-of-age dramedy known as “My Girl.” My Girl was released in 1991. (same year Terminator 2: Judgement Day came out) It received mixed reviews from critics. Despite divisive results, it […]

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Just Go With It

Just Go With It was released in 2011. (same year The Muppets’ comeback film came out) It earned negative reviews from critics. With Hotel Transylvania 4 in development, I’ve decided to look back at one of Adam Sandler’s stinkers. Plus “Uncut Gems” is available to watch at home. Today’s review contains a lot of SPOILERS. […]

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The Wrong Missy

It’s hard to make a comedy to make people laugh their butts off. Adam Sandler’s production company, “Happy Madison” had some movies I liked including “Mr. Deeds,” “Eight Crazy Nights,” “The Longest Yard,” & “Click.” The latter film was probably the last good Happy Madison related production until the company’s material declined. After “Pixels” failed […]

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Flashback Review: Shallow Hal

Hello fellow movie goers from across the globe. Today’s “Flashback Review” is about a short pudgy man who’s really picky when it comes to women. He gets hypnotized by Tony Robbins (pre-alleged harassment) acquiring the ability to see through a person’s “inner beauty.” He meets an attractive lady, who’s really a chubby person. Thus, Hilarity […]

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