Aladdin (1992)

In 1989, The Walt Disney Company released “The Little Mermaid.” The film helped Disney relaunched its quality in terms of animation after suffering poor reception & box office fatigue. Disney’s resurgence spanning from 1989-1999 was known as “Disney Renaissance.” During that period, the company released notable gigantic animated hit movies in release date order including […]

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Sherlock Gnomes

In 2011, “Gnomeo & Juliet,” loosely based on William Shakespeare’s “Romeo & Juliet,” opened in theaters worldwide. It earned mixed reviews from critics and made money at the box office. Seven Years Later, a follow up based on Sherlock Holmes focuses on a mystery element set in the same universe as Gnomeo & Juliet. For […]

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A Star Is Born (2018)

In 2011, movie studio Warner Bros. (WB) announced that a remake of Judy Garland & Barbra Streisand’s “A Star Is Born” with Clint Eastwood onboard to direct with Beyoncé as the female lead. A year later, Beyoncé dropped out because she was pregnant at the time and she was busy with her music career. Clint […]

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The Fly (1986)

In 1958, a sci-fi horror film titled “The Fly” starring Vincent Price (not as the title character) & David Hedison (the actual title character) earned mixed-to-positive reviews from critics and managed to make a profit at the box office. The premise is about a scientist who invents a teleportation device, he tests it on himself […]

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Boys Don’t Cry

In late 1993, Brendan Teena/Teena Brandon, a transman/lesbian was a victim of a crime that eventually became a tragedy. Two Years Later, first time filmmaker Kimberly Peirce (Stop-Loss, 2013 remake of Carrie) made a short film called, “Boys Don’t Cry” about the life of Brandon before Kim expanded it as a full length motion picture […]

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