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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Long Shot

Hello fellow movie goers from around the world. Today’s review centers around a journalist named Fred, who reunites with his former baby sitter, Charlotte, now running a campaign for U.S. President. She hires him as her speechwriter. As time progresses, hilarity ensues. The plot I’m referring to is none other than “Long Shot.” Long Shot […]

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Destination Wedding

Greetings fellow movie goers from around the world. Today’s review is an obscure rom-com starring Kenau Reeves & Winona Ryder as a pair of strangers who are invited to a wedding. As their trip progresses, they become close to one another. The plot I’m referring to is none other than “Destination Wedding.” Destination Wedding was […]

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Atypical: Season 2

In 2017, Netflix streamed a series titled, “Atypical” about a family who go through real life struggles which results in hilarious situations whether it is played for laughs or drama depending on a specific mood. Atypical’s first season earned good reviews from critics and users alike. Season 2 eventually streamed a year later picking up […]

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Atypical: Season 1

Hello fellow Netflix streamers from around the globe. Today’s review is about a family who go into hilarious yet dramatic situations in a realistic take on sitcoms. Unlike many sitcoms, this show streamlines an eight-part storyline focusing on family members Sam & Casey as they both look for a special someone in their young lives. […]

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Flashback Review: Uptown Girls

Salutations fellow movie goers from across the globe. Today’s “Flashback Review” is about a womanchild who earns herself a “reality check” because she failed to pay her rent. In order to bounce back, she gets a job as a nanny to watch a snarky yet sardonic nine-year-old girl with a fear of germs. The plot […]

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Now Is Good

In 2007, British author Jenny Downham published a book titled, “Before I Die.” The story centers around a girl named, Tessa who’s dying from leukemia. Knowing that her internal clock is ticking, she decides to write a bucket list of things to do such as committing a crime, (not something of off Michael Mann’s Heat) […]

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Flashback Review: King Kong (2005)

In 1933, a motion picture called, “King Kong” was released in theaters. It became an instant classic for its groundbreaking special effects, unique storyline, fusing every genre in one movie etc. Over the years, King Kong continues to influence many filmmakers most notably Steven Spielberg, James Rolfe/Angry Video Game Nerd, Japanese movie studio “Toho” & […]

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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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