The Mandalorian: Season 1

The Mandalorian’s first season streamed in 2019 on Disney Plus. It received positive reviews from critics, fans & viewers alike. The Mandolorian ultimately became an Emmy nominee at The 2020 Primetime Emmy Awards as the first live action Star Wars series to hit a milestone nominated for “Best Drama Series.” Unfortunately it lost to HBO’s […]

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Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Salutations my fellow movie goers from across the globe. I want to thank you for supporting my website. Today is my 400th post presented as a very special article about one of my favorite directors, Quentin Tarantino, his ninth film is set in The 1969. After Quentin Tarantino’s eighth film, The Hateful Eight” was released […]

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The Hateful Eight (Extended Version)

Greetings fellow movie goers from across the globe. Today’s review is about eight strangers who seek shelter from a storm during winter. Each one never trust each other whether he or she wants to survive the cold or from mysterious adversaries holding a deadly weapon. The plot I’m referring to is from Quentin Tarantino’s eighth […]

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Classics Review: In Old California

Salutations my fellow movie goers from around the world. Today’s “Classics Review” is an underwhelming film from the early 1940’s starring John “The Duke” Wayne as a pharmacist from Boston named Tom Craig, who arrives in San Francisco set after The Gold Rush concluded. One day, he decides to open up a small pharmaceutical business, […]

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Classics Review: McLintock!

It’s that time for another Classics Review. Today’s review is another western starring American icon John Wayne as a businessman who gets dragged into problems including a visit from his feisty ex-wife and attempting to keep his small town stable from Indians & businessmen who want to take his land. The basic premise I’m referring […]

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Classics Review: Hondo

Howdy fellow movie goers from across the world. Today’s article is a western starring the very first action movie star known as John Wayne, (nicknamed “The Duke”) who continues to inspire America and notable actors such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis, Daniel Radcliffe, Kurt Russell, Chuck Norris, among many others to this day. […]

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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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Westworld: Season 1

In 1973, author/screenwriter, Michael Crichton, (Jurassic Park, ER) released a motion picture starring Yul Brynner called, “Westworld.” It’s about a robot who goes on a killing spree towards guests located at the titular park with a western vibe. The film earned positive reviews and made enough money at the box office. Seventeen Years Later, Michael […]

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The Lone Ranger (2013)

Before we go through The Pros & Cons of this review, let’s go back on how The Lone Ranger was first conceived from the beginning, shall we? In 1933, radio station “WXYT,” broadcasted a program called, The Lone Ranger, the show is about a Texas Ranger named Reid, who gets shot along with his brother […]

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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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The Dark Tower

Before going through the ups and downs with this review, here’s a history lesson on the troubled 10 year gap production on Stephen King’s film adaptation of The Dark Tower. It all started in 2007, J.J. Abrams was hired to produce and direct the picture after bidding the films rights to King for just $19 […]

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Logan

Before I talk about what’s good and what’s bad about this particular movie. Let’s start with a history lesson about the titular character. It’s been 17 years since the very first X-Men film came out. It became one of the most successful superhero films which went on to spawn sequels, prequels, & spin-offs. The X-Men […]

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The Ridiculous Six

In an era of digital television, Netflix, an online streaming service, started to dominate the entertainment industry. Revenue skyrocketed on epic proportions of money with a grand total of… (As Dr. Evil would say) $6 billion dollars. As a result, the company decided to work on original films & Tv Shows including Marvel’s Daredevil, House […]

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