Flashback Review: The Iron Giant

In 1968, English author, Ted Hughes, published a book called, “The Iron Man.” (has nothing to do with Marvel’s Iron Man) The Premise is about a boy who encounters a massive robot from space, as he teaches him humanity & and helps him adapt to his surroundings on Earth. Two Decades Later, The Who guitarist, […]

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Flashback Review: Treasure Planet

In 1985, back when Disney was in the middle of a slump, former Disney boss/future CEO of DreamWorks, Jeffery Katzenberg met with producers to brainstorm on some ideas to develop their next big project. One of them pitched the idea on adapting Treasure Island as an animated sci-fi action-adventure film. Jeffery wasn’t into the idea, […]

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The Cloverfield Paradox

In 2008, a giant monster movie called “Cloverfield,” became an unexpected critical and box office success. After eight years of hectic development for the producers  including J.J, Abrams, to come up with a possible follow up, a stand-alone installment called, “10 Cloverfield Lane.” Like it’s predecessor, the second entry was also a critical and box […]

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Flashback Review: Stargate

In The Early 1990’s, German filmmaker, Roland Emmerich, (Independence Day, The Day After Tomorrow, 2012) was hired to direct a film called Universal Soldier starring Jean-Claude Van Dame, after its director decided not to participate in this project. After finishing the film with his sidekick/business partner, Dean Devlin, the two of them came up with […]

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Black Panther

The 1960’s was a very important decade in history. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke to the American people on his “I Have A Dream Speech” in his quest to abolish racism. The U.S. military enlisted men to fight in Vietnam. Lyndon B. Johnson took over JFK’s role as president after his tragic assassination. Neil Armstrong, […]

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