Flashback Review: Mr. and Mrs. Smith

Greetings fellow movie goers from around the globe. Today’s Flashback Review is a spy comedy starring two of the biggest Oscar winning A-Listers who play married couple. They realize they’re spies/assassins working for agencies against one another. The premise I’m referring to is none other than “Mr. and Mrs. Smith.” Mr. and Mrs. Smith was […]

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Top Gun

Fresh from producing “Flashdance,” Jerry Bruckheimer (Pirates of the Caribbean series) read an article from an issue of California about fighter pilots training at The US Navy’s Fighter Weapons School in San Diego. Afterwards, Jerry became fascinated over the subject. He hired writers Jim Cash & Jack Epps Jr. to craft a screenplay. The pair […]

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Moonrise Kingdom

After Wes Anderson’s “Fantastic Mr. Fox” came out in 2009, his next film is based on his experience as a Boy Scout growing up in Texas and wanted to make a story about young love set in The 60s. What I’m referring to is the premise from “Moonrise Kingdom.” Moonrise Kingdom was released in 2012. […]

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Terms Of Endearment

In 1975, novelist/screenwriter the late Marry McMurty (The Last Picture Show, Lonesome Dove, Brokeback Mountain) published a book titled, “Terms Of Endearment.” Eight Years Later, James L. Brooks (The Simpsons, As Good As It Gets) adapted the book into a movie starring Shirley MacLaine, (Warren Beatty’s real life sister) Debra Winger & Jack Nicholson. Terms […]

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Flashback Review: The Notebook

In 1996, the year “Independence Day” came out and Zendaya was born, then first time author Nicholas Sparks (Message In A Bottle, A Walk To Remember, Dear John) published a book called, “The Notebook.” The story is about Noah & Allie’s relationship in turmoil, due to the fact they come from different social classes struggling […]

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Mac Miller: The Divine Feminine

Since 2016, I wrote on my blog about movies, shows/anime and video games. Today, I’m doing something completely different. It’s a music related review focusing on one of my idols. Not Christopher Nolan or Hunter Schafer. I’m referring to Mac Miller. A hip-hop musician and singer gone too soon. He shaped my perception on the […]

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