Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Season 1)

In April, 2005, (a month before Revenge Of The Sith came out) George Lucas showed up at a Star Wars fan convention revealed that a computer animated television series related to The Prequel Trilogy was under pre-production. Every single fanboy and fangirl cheered for excitement. George said that each episode focuses on a random character’s […]

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Predator

After Aliens earned critical acclaim and made money at the box office, Fox commenced development to produce a script as a cross between Rambo & Aliens with Arnold Schwarzenegger & Carl Weathers as mercenaries who lead a small group of soldiers who are sent to rescue civilians located in a jungle. At first, everything seems […]

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Flashback Review: Independence Day

After Stargate came out in 1994 earning mixed reviews and made enough money at the box office, Roland Emmerich developed his next project about a massive alien invasion seeking to destroy human life. It’s up to a fighter pilot, a scientist & The President Of The United States to fight back against the invaders who […]

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Star Wars: Solo

After the critical and box office success surrounding “Star Wars: Rogue One,” Disney & Lucasfilm brainstorm several possibilities to focus on spin-off films. So far, they’ve confirmed that they’re working on proposed anthology films about Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda, Lando Calrissian & Boba Fett, which I strongly support as a lifelong fan of the series, because […]

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Iron Man

In 1963,  Stan Lee & Jack Kirby created a character named “Iron Man.” The character was first conceived when Stan decided to create his own Bruce Wayne type of alter ego named, Tony Stark. Tony’s appearance and behavior is based on Howard Hughes. Iron Man was specifically published as a representation of anti-communism during The […]

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Captain America: The First Avenger

Before Pearl Harbor was attacked by The Japanese Army In December, 1941, comic book writers/artists, Jack Kirby & Joe Simon created a character named Steve Rogers, also known as, “Captain America.  Arguably the first Marvel superhero to exist in comics, Captain America was first conceived as a sketch drawn by Joe Simon, he originally wanted […]

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Pacific Rim

Filmmaker, Guillermo Del Toro, (Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth, The Shape Of Water) was hired to help out screenwriter, Travis Beacham, to polish his screenplay called, “Killing On Carnival Row.” The script is about a giant robot battling a giant monster. After Guillermo came up with a theme involving survivor’s guilt in much a realistic tone, rather […]

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Flashback Review: Stargate

In The Early 1990’s, German filmmaker, Roland Emmerich, (Independence Day, The Day After Tomorrow, 2012) was hired to direct a film called Universal Soldier starring Jean-Claude Van Dame, after its director decided not to participate in this project. After finishing the film with his sidekick/business partner, Dean Devlin, the two of them came up with […]

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Nick’s Top 12 Films Of 2017

Ladies & Gentlemen, for the first time, I’ve decided to start my first editorial involving a Top 12 List of my favorite movies of 2017. Now that 2017 is officially over, here’s my Top 12 Films Of 2017. Why Top 12? Because I want to keep my numbers even, to prevent bad luck from happening. […]

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Star Wars: Return Of The Jedi

After the release of The Empire Strikes Back, George Lucas begins another three year gap of production to finish Luke Skywalker’s journey in the final chapter of The Original Trilogy, called, “Return Of The Jedi.” Returning Cast Members reprise their roles once last time. Lucas managed to persuade Harrison Ford to return as Han Solo, […]

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Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back

In the aftermath of Star Wars: A New Hope’s massive acclaim and box office success. George Lucas began to write a follow up called The Empire Strikes Back. Beginning a three year gap on constructing. The Cast reprise their roles to continue Luke Skywalker’s journey into becoming a Jedi like his father, Anakin Skywalker. The […]

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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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Flashback Review: Godzilla (1998)

Fresh from the success of “Independence Day,” (one of my favorite movies of all time) 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 […]

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Flashback Review: Hulk

Due to popular success of X-Men, several Hollywood Studios attempted to capitalize on the success of Fox’s first installment of the “X-Men” franchise, Sony was the first to successfully earn critical and commercial success with Sam Raimi’s “Spider-Man.” While some including “Daredevil,” “Catwoman,” “Fantastic Four” (2005) & “Elektra” were total misfires. Universal Pictures decided to […]

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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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