Trading Paint

“Trading Paint” was released in 2019. (same year Avengers: Endgame came out) It was critically panned by critics and failed to make enough money at the box office. This movie along with The Fanatic also starring John Travolta, earned a Razzie Award for “Worst Actor.” Both films flushed John’s career down the toilet yet again. […]

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Flashback Review: Dreamer

Greetings fellow movie goers from across the globe. Today’s “Flashback Review” focuses on a story about a horse trainer who bonds with his daughter & healing a horse after breaking its bone. As the story progresses, the father, daughter & horse are connected as one. The premise I’m referring to is from “Dreamer.” Dreamer was […]

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Flashback Review: Heavyweights

Greetings fellow movie goers from around the world. Today’s Flashback Review is about a group of kids who go to fat camp called, “Camp Hope” to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Suddenly, a crazed fitness guru wrecks havoc buying Camp Hope making it a living hell for the kids. The plot I’m referring to is from […]

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Creed II

After the seventh installment of the Rocky series titled “Creed,” became a sleeper hit among critics and movie goers alike, a sequel was in the works with Michael B. Jordan reprising his role as Adonis Creed & Sylvester Stallone returning as Rocky Balboa and writing the script. Ryan Coogler wasn’t available to due around the […]

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Creed

After the Rocky franchise concluded with a sixth installment titled, “Rocky Balboa,” Sylvester Stallone went on to work on other films such as “Rambo IV” & “The Expendables” series. Meanwhile, former cast member of HBO’s “The Wire,” Michael B. Jordan, transitioned to adulthood by starring in movies including “Chronicle” and the Razzie award winning picture, […]

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Rocky Balboa

After Rocky V earned negative reviews from critics, Sylvester Stallone went on to star in movies. Some were decent hits such as “Demolition Man,” “Cliffhanger,” “Cop Land” & “Antz.” During The 90’s & half of The 2000’s, his career started to implode starring in many disappointing or just plain stupid films like “Oscar,” “Stop! Or […]

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Rocky V

After Rocky IV was released in 1985, Sylvester Stallone continued to work on other projects starting with “Over The Top,” “Rambo III,” “Lock Up” & “Tango & Cash.” During The 80’s, Sly was one of the highest paid actors of the decade and he remains as one of the biggest A-List stars in Hollywood. Inspired […]

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Rocky IV

After Rocky III was released in 1982, Sylvester Stallone worked in notable films such “First Blood” the first installment of the Rambo series which came out around the same time as Rocky III, Staying Alive, (directed only) a sequel to Saturday Night Fever, unlike the original, it was critically panned & last but not least, […]

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Rocky III

After Rocky II concludes the first movie’s storyline, Sylvester Stallone constructed a script based on his fame and fortune by adding a cautionary tale involving the dangers of selling out, which results a dangerous force that’ll immediately destroy your confidence. What I’m referring to is the high concept/what if scenario from “Rocky III.” Rocky III […]

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Rocky II

In 1976, Rocky became an unexpected hit gaining critical acclaim from many critics & movie goers around the world, becoming the number one highest grossing film of the year, propelling Sylvester “Sly” Stallone into stardom as A-List actor. The film won a Golden Globe for “Best Drama” & ultimately took home an Academy Award for […]

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Rocky

1976 was important year in the film industry. Notable movies like All The President’s Men, Network, Taxi Driver, Carrie, Assault On Precinct 13, The Omen, The Enforcer just to name a few. Notable Famous people were born including Benedict Cumberbatch, Reese Witherspoon, Cillian Murphy, Ryan Reynolds, Rashida Jones, Charlie Day, Colin Farrell, Jon Bernthal & […]

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Uncle Drew

In 2012, Boston Celtics basketball player Kyrie Irving starred in PepsiCo’s series of viral YouTube videos to promote “Pepsi Max” as “Uncle Drew,” a former basketball player now a senior citizen, who’s the subject of a mockumentary competing with youngsters in a basketball court. Despite being an old man, he still retains his skills. After […]

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Flashback Review: Space Jam

In The 90’s sneaker company Nike came up with a marketing campaign to promote a brand called “Air Jordan” as a sponsorship for Chicago Bulls basketball player Michael Jordan. In order to get the consumers their attention to buy the sneakers. Nike met Warner Bros. (WB for short) to allow the company to use the […]

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The Game Plan

There’s often an Action Star notable for doing his own stunts, likable screen persona, iconic performances, and a muscular macho image. Once an action star makes it to the big leagues as an A-Lister, he’ll eventually become a mule of himself by starring in a family comedy. For example, Vin Diesel is known for playing […]

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Flashback Review: The Ringer

Time for another Flashback Review, for the first time in my blog, it is a sports related movie and one of my favorite comedies besides Spaceballs, Hot Fuzz, and South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. One of them is called, “The Ringer.” The film was produced by The Farrelly Brothers, (Dumb & Dumber, There’s Something […]

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