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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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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Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows

After “Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince” came out in 2009, Warner Bros. (WB for short) David Heyman & J.K. Rowling commenced development on the seventh and final installment of the Harry Potter franchise known as “The Deathly Hallows.” Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint & many cast members from previous films reprise their roles […]

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Flashback Review: Scooby-Doo (2002)

In 1969, an animated television series developed by Hanna-Barbera called, “Scooby-Doo” aired on CBS. The show centers around a group of teenagers and a dog forming their own investigations tracking down a masked man posing as a ghost, ghoul, monster, alien, zombie or robot as they search for clues to uncover the culprit. Once they […]

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Spectre

After “Skyfall” was released in 2012, Metro-Golden-Meyer (MGM for short) began development of a fourth installment of the James Bond reboot series with Daniel Craig reprising his role as Bond. This time MGM finally gets the rights back to an evil organization known as “Spectre” led by Bond’s archenemy Ernest Starvo Blofeld. Why was Spectre […]

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Skyfall

After “Quantum Of Solace” came out in 2008, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM for short) announced that a third installment of the rebooted James Bond series with Daniel Craig reprising his role as Bond was in the works. MGM went on a four gap of development due to Quantum Of Solace’s mixed reactions, “The Writers Strike 2007-2008” and […]

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Quantum Of Solace

After “Casino Royale” was released in 2006, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM for short) developed a second installment of the rebooted James Bond series with Daniel Craig reprising his role as Bond. During filming, “The 2007-2008 Writers Strike” happened. As MGM went on a deadline, Daniel Craig wrote the screenplay uncredited in order to finish the project. Quantum […]

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Casino Royale (2006)

After “Die Another Day” came out in 2002, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM for short) decided to reboot the James Bond franchise in the wake of Christopher Nolan’s “Batman Begins” defibrillating the beloved superhero on the big screen. Producers of MGM wanted a younger actor to play James Bond upon realizing Pierce Brosnan is getting old. Pierce called […]

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Flashback Review: Die Another Day

After “The World Is Not Enough” came out in 1999, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM for short) developed another installment of the James Bond series by mapping out a 2002 release date to celebrate Bond’s 40th birthday since “Dr. No” was the first movie released on the big screen in 1962. The actual year Tom Cruise was born […]

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Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Season 2)

In August 2008, an animated film titled, “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” was released in theaters. Two Months Later, a follow up television series linked to the movie aired on Cartoon Network earning positive reception from critics, viewers and fans alike. The show expanded the Star Wars universe as it focuses on The Clone Wars […]

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Spider-Man: Far From Home

Set after the events of the epic conclusion of “Avengers: Endgame,” Peter Parker struggles to cope with a recent loss of a close friend. To feel better, he decides to go on a vacation to Europe with his best friend Ned as well as attempting to woo Michelle Jones as a possible girlfriend. Plans however, […]

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Men In Black: International

After “Men In Black III” earned positive reception & made enough revenue at the box office, Sony announced a crossover film with “Men In Black” & “21 Jump Street.” Plans however, were scrapped because a hacker group known as “The Guardians Of Peace” stoke confidential information involving Sony’s roadmap of then upcoming projects including “Spider-Man: […]

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Men In Black III

After “Men In Black II” failed to recapture the first film’s lightning in a bottle, a third film was in development since 2002, which is the release of the second film due to legal conflicts between on set of Men In Black II with Barry Sonnenfeld who faced a lawsuit with his agents putting the […]

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Nick’s Top 12 Films Of 2018

Salutations fellow movie goers from across the globe. Today’s editorial centers around my favorite films of 2018. For this list, I have picked each movie based on a acclaim, impact, box office, performances, memorable characters & narrative structure. Ladies & Gentlemen, here’s my “Top 12 Films Of 2018!” Why did I pick Top 12? Because […]

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