Star Wars: The Clone Wars

In 2005, George Lucas released Revenge Of The Sith as the final entry to The Prequel Trilogy, as an apology for long time fans of Star Wars. At first, fans thought that Star Wars is done, until Lucas announced that he’s producing a computer animated television series called “The Clone Wars,” which is set between […]

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Born On The Fourth Of July

Filmmaker, Oliver Stone, (Platoon, Natural Born Killers, JFK) is well known for making movies related to historical events about political/controversial subjects including The Vietnam War, assassination of JFK, presidential leaders, and Jim Morrison, the lead singer of The Doors. After writing screenplays for Midnight Express and Scarface, Stone went on to direct critically acclaimed films […]

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War Of The Worlds (2005)

In 1938, during The Great Depression, future filmmaker, Orson Welles, was working for a radio program based on H.G. Wells’ novel “The War Of The Worlds.” Many families tuned in their radios (this was before Television was introduced) to know what was going on in the world or listen to some jazzy tunes. Several individuals […]

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Flashback Review: Godzilla (1998)

Fresh from the success of Independence Day, filmmaker Roland Emmerich, (also known for creating the Stargate franchise) was selected as a suitable candidate to direct an American remake of a Japanese film from 1954 called “Godzilla.” A giant dinosaur like monster who wrecks havoc in Tokyo. At the time of its release, the titular character […]

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Dunkirk

In September 1st, 1939, under the orders of Adolf Hitler, Germany invaded Poland, this began a global conflict involving Allied Countries & Axis Countries, thus World War II was born. One year later, 40,000 Soldiers of The British Army were attempting to escape by using a Naval Ship, in order to evacuate from the enemy, […]

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