Flashback Review: Men In Black II

In the year 1997, a film called, “Men In Black” directed by Barry Sonnenfeld. (The Addams Family, Addams Family Values, Get Shorty) The film opened worldwide gaining positive reception from critics and movie goers alike. In addition to warm reviews, the film made a lot of money a the box office. It spawned a cartoon […]

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Flashback Review: Men In Black

In the year 1990, now defunct comic book publisher, “Malibu Comics” published a short lived series called, “The Men In Black.” The comic book series is based on conspiracy theories of The Men In Black (MIB for short) are the only people who know about alien activity. The MIB remain anonymous to human society & […]

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Mission Impossible: Fallout

After Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation was a critical and box office success surrounding the Mission Impossible series, a sixth entry was in development with Tom Cruise scheduled to reprise his role as Ethan Hunt. As Christopher McQuarrie was writing the script, Tom kept himself busy by starring in films starting with Jack Reacher: Never Go […]

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Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation

After Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol came out in 2011, a fifth film of the Mission Impossible series was in development with Tom Cruise scheduled to return, but had to postpone as he was working on Edge Of Tomorrow with Christopher McQuarrie who co-wrote the script and Doug Liman directed the picture. After working on the […]

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Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol

After Mission Impossible III came out in 2006, the series went on a five year hiatus, Tom Cruise worked on several films starting with Lions For Lambs also starring Robert Redford and Meryl Streep, (my archenemy) Valkyrie, a World War II film directed by Bryan Singer, the action war comedy Tropic Thunder, with his good […]

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Flashback Review: Mission Impossible III

After Mission Impossible earned mixed reception from critics, the series went on hiatus due to Tom Cruise’s busy schedule picking one project to another beginning with reuniting with Jerry Maguire director Cameron Crowe in Vanilla Sky, then his first collaboration with Steven Spielberg in Minority Report, the epic historical drama The Last Samurai, he played […]

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Flashback Review: Mission Impossible

In the year 1966, television network CBS aired a TV series called, “Mission Impossible” inspired by spy films from the decade most notably James Bond, as well as the British spy show “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” The show stars Peter Graves, (Captain Oveur from Airplane!) Greg Morris, Peter Lupus, Barbara Bain & Martin Landau as […]

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Incredibles 2

In 2004, Brad Bird released Disney & Pixar’s The Incredibles, earning critical acclaim from many critics and movie goers alike. It went on to win an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature becoming the first superhero film in motion picture history to win an Oscar in the Best Animated Feature category. As I’ve mentioned in […]

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Flashback Review: The Incredibles

In 2003, Finding Nemo officially opened nationwide, many movies goers and families purchased their tickets, popcorn, fountain drinks & snacks to watch Pixar’s latest film. As the audience waits patiently for the movie to start, a teaser trailer shows a glossary full of pictures, awards & magazines of a superhero named, “Mr. Incredible.” A newspaper […]

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Flashback Review: Spy Kids

Known for directing cheap over-the-top violent action movies, film director/producer/writer/composer/editor/cinematographer, Robert Rodriguez (Mexico Trilogy, From Dusk Til’ Dawn, Sin City) directed a film unlike his signature ones that appeal to mature audiences, is a family film known as “Spy Kids.” Spy Kids was released in 2001. (same year Harry Potter & The Sorcerer’s Stone came […]

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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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Home Alone 3

After the release of both “Home Alone” and “Home Alone 2: Lost In New York,” late filmmaker/writer, John Hughes, began to write the third installment of Home Alone, without Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, & Daniel Stern involved. This time, a “sequel” focuses on another kid named Alex, who must defend his home from terrorists, who […]

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The Spy Who Loved Me

After the critical disappointment of The Man With The Golden Gun, producers of the James Bond films attempted to produced a proper film in response to the various criticisms surrounding Golden Gun. This time they’ve decided to make the film under the title, The Spy Who Loved Me. Roger Moore reprises his role as Bond […]

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The Man With The Golden Gun

After finishing Live And Let Die, Roger Moore reprises his role as James Bond, for the second time in another follow up called The Man With The Golden Gun. The Man With The Golden Gun was released in 1974. (the exact year Leonardo DiCaprio was born) Unlike Live And Let Die, Roger’s second Bond film […]

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Live And Let Die

After George Lazenby decided to call it quits to reprise his role as James Bond in Diamonds Are Forever, Sean Connery, returns to the front seat by starring in this picture, like Connery’s other Bond films, it went on to become a box office success. As another movie was in development, Sean refuses to come […]

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