Flashback Review: Coneheads

In 1975, fresh from his stint on “Laugh-In,” Lorne Michaels creates a sketch comedy called, “Saturday Night Live, (SNL) which paved a wave of comedians including Dan Aykroyd, Chevy Chase, Bill Murray (replaced Chevy) Jane Curtain, Garett Morris, Laraine Newman, and both the late Gilda Radner & John Belushi. Primarily filmed in front of a […]

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The Mandalorian: Season 1

The Mandalorian’s first season streamed in 2019 on Disney Plus. It received positive reviews from critics, fans & viewers alike. The Mandolorian ultimately became an Emmy nominee at The 2020 Primetime Emmy Awards as the first live action Star Wars series to hit a milestone nominated for “Best Drama Series.” Unfortunately it lost to HBO’s […]

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Bill And Ted Face The Music

After “Bill And Ted’s Bogus Journey” came out in 1991, a third installment of the Bill And Ted series was in extensive hiatus due to Keanu Reeves & Alex Winter’s busy careers as Keanu became a household name in notable works including “Point Break,” “Speed,” “The Matrix Trilogy,” & the John Wick” series establishing him […]

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Tenet

After Christopher “Chris” Nolan finished his Oscar nominated World War II epic “Dunkirk,” he immediately commenced development on a sci-fi spy thriller titled, “Tenet.” Prior to its intended release July 17th, the ongoing coronavirus forced Chris & Warner Bros. (WB for short) to delay the film thrice. Tenet finally marked its September 4th release worldwide. […]

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Bill And Ted’s Bogus Journey

After “Bill And Ted’s Excellent Adventure” came out in 1989 as well as becoming an instant cult classic, a sequel titled, “Bill And Ted’s Bogus Journey” brought back Keanu Reeves & Alex Winter to reprise their roles as the duo going in a different scenario unlike the first film. This time, they are sent to […]

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Flashback Review: Clockstoppers

Clockstoppers was released in 2002. (same year The Bourne Identity came out) It received negative reviews from critics and flopped at the box office. With Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated spy film “Tenet” will officially come out in theaters this September, I’d like to share my thoughts on Clockstoppers. What do these two movies both have […]

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Gamer’s Review: Jak II

In 2001, video game company Naughty Dog released “Jak & Daxter: The Precursor Legacy” on PlayStation 2. The game earned positive reviews from critics and gamers alike. As a result of good reception and selling copies successfully, Naughty Dog worked on a sequel to the first game titled “Jak II.” Inspired by “Grand Theft Auto […]

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Inception

After “The Dark Knight” earned universal praise from critics, fans and movie goers as well as becoming the highest grossing film of 2008, Christopher “Chris” Nolan (my idol) resumes development of a pet project he’s been working on for nearly a decade called, “Inception.” At first it was supposed to be a horror film similar […]

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The Matrix Revolutions

After “The Matrix Reloaded” came out in May 2003, a third installment titled, “The Matrix Revolutions” was filmed back to back with the aforementioned second movie to The Matrix Trilogy.” The Matrix Revolutions was released six months after its predecessor came out. It received mixed reviews from critics and movie goers alike. Despite mixed reception, […]

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The Matrix Reloaded

After “The Matrix” came out in 1999, it became an instant classic parodied or payed homage in several movies and TV shows. This encouraged The Wachowskis & Warner Bros. (WB for short) to turn it into a trilogy, an anthology anime of short films titled, “The Animatrix,” merchandise, video games & tie-in books. The Wachowskis […]

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The Animatrix

After “The Matrix” came out in 1999, The Wachowskis immediately begin to conduct stories set in the series exploring more content before and after the first movie after the they promote The Matrix, they visited a few anime companies to collaborate on each short film told in an anthology format. As they work on each […]

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Flashback Review: The Powerpuff Girls: (1998) Season 1

Animation in The 90’s was another “Golden Age Of Animation” filled with memorable movies by Disney such as “Beauty & The Beast,” “Aladdin,” “The Hunchback Of Norte Dame,” “Hercules,” “Mulan” & “Tarzan” as they were part of “The Disney Renaissance.” Besides Disney, notable non-Disney cartoons aired by Nickelodeon such as “Rugrats,” “Ren & Stimpy,” “Rocko’s […]

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Flashback Review: Mars Attacks

After “Ed Wood” earned critical acclaim and earned two Oscars, Tim Burton began development on his next project called, “Mars Attacks.” Based on a trading card series created by The Topps Company, Tim did some research on cheesy B Movies from The 1950’s he grew up watching as a kid most notably the works of […]

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