The Royal Tenenbaums

After “Rushmore” came out in 1998 earning critical acclaim, friends/business partners Wes Anderson & Owen Wilson penned a script together titled, “The Royal Tenenbaums.” The Premise focuses on the patriarch pretending he’s dying in order to reconnect with his estranged gifted kids and ex-wife Released in 2001. (same year Ocean’s 11 came out) It received […]

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Classics: Review: The Hidden Fortress

“The Hidden Fortress” was officially released in 1958. (same year The Icee Company was born) It received positive reviews from critics and movie goers alike. Plus, it made enough money at the box office. The Criterion Collection digitally restored The Hidden Fortress on DVD/Blu-Ray labeled as spine number 116. Sucker Punch is working on a […]

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Classics Review: Throne of Blood

After Akira Kurosawa finished his groundbreaking films “Rashomon” & “Seven Samauri,” he reunites with his pals Toshiro Mifune & Takashi Shimura in a film adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” set in 16th Century Feudal Japan titled, “Throne of Blood.” Officially released in 1957, (same year Stanley Kubrick’s Paths of Glory came out) the film received […]

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Classics Review: Yojimbo

“Yojimbo” was officially released in 1961. (same year the Fantastic Four were introduced) It received unanimous praise from critics and movie goers alike as well as making enough revenue at the box office. One Year Later, a follow-up, Sanjuro also earned praise. The Criterion Collection digitally restored both films as a DVD/Blu-Ray boxset as spine […]

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Ghostbusters (1984)

“Ghostbusters” was officially released in 1984. (same year Gremlins came out) It received praise from critics and movie goers alike. Plus, it made a lot of money at the box office. Five Years Later, a sequel came out, but didn’t capture lightning in the bottle as the original did. I thought it was average. Ghostbusters […]

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Classics Review: Rashomon

Hello fellow movie goers from around the globe. Today’s classic review is yet another groundbreaking film by legendary director Akira Kurosawa titled, “Rashomon.” The Premise involves four people sharing their own perspective of a samurai’s murder. Each one’s story contradicts certain elements whether it’s real or not. Rashomon was officially released in 1950. (exact same […]

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