Spider-Man: No Way Home

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” is currently out in theaters. The third solo film starring Tom Holland earned positive reviews from critics, fans and movie goers alike. So far, it is making money at the box office. Recently, Tom Holland confirmed he will reprise his role as The Web Slinger in a new trilogy. As you […]

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Magnolia

After “Boogie Nights” came out in 1997, Paul Thomas Anderson (one of my all-time favorite filmmakers) or PTA for short, commenced development of his next project titled, “Magnolia.” A drama focusing on a wide variety of troubled three-dimensional characters struggling with social problems like a bad childhood, drug addiction, greed, in debt, dying of cancer […]

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Species

“Species” was released in 1995. (same year Crimson Tide came out) It received mixed reviews from critics and movie goers alike. Regardless of divisive reactions, the film made enough money at the box office. A theatrical sequel titled, “Species II” came out in 1998. Unfortunately, it was a clunker. Two TV films aired in The […]

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Justice League Dark (2017)

Hello my fellow movie goers from around the globe. It’s finally Halloween Month. Meaning, I’ll be selecting horror related movies, then post a review if it’s good or bad. This time I’ve decided to pick the eighth installment of the “DC Animated Movie Universe” (not connected to Bruce Timm’s Batman) focusing on Batman teaming up […]

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Rick And Morty: Season 1

Rick And Morty’s first season aired in 2013 on Adult Swim. It received critical acclaim from critics and viewers alike. The series spawned four seasons, merchandise, memes, action figures, t-shirts, collectibles, comics, video games etc. So far, a fifth season aired. There’s still plans for more additional seasons. As a fan of “Rick And Morty,” […]

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The Normal Heart

In 1985, an autobiographical play titled, “The Normal Heart” opened to the public. Based on Larry Kramer’s activism on gay rights during The AIDS Epidemic, the story focuses on Ned Weeks attempting to raise AIDS awareness during The Early 80s. The Normal Heart earned critical acclaim from critics and audience members alike. Three Decades Later, […]

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Boogie Nights

In 1988, inspired by the mockumentary rock comedy “This Is Spinal Tap,” then seventeen-year-old Paul Thomas “P.T.” Anderson (one of my favorite directors) filmed a mockumentary titled, “The Dirk Diggler Story.” An actor who rose to fame during “The Golden Age Of Porn” back in The 70s to The Early 80s. With support from his […]

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Ralph Breaks The Internet

In 2012, Disney released their 52nd animated film called, “Wreck-It-Ralph” starring John C. Reilly & Sarah Silverman. It received positive reviews from critics and movies alike. Plus, it managed to recoup money at the box office. The film went on to earn an Academy Award nomination for “Best Animated Film.” Unfortunately, it lost to Pixar’s […]

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Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie

Before we dive into the grand finale, let’s go back in time on the development surrounding Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie and how it was conceived in the first place. In the early 2000’s, series creator, Craig Bartlett, was given an opportunity from Nickelodeon to develop two full length feature films, one airing on TV, […]

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Flashback Review: Spider-Man 2

The critical and commercial success of the 2002 comic book film adaptation of “Spider-Man,” encouraged Sony Pictures to develop a follow up with Tobey Maguire reprising his role as titular character, Sam Raimi in the director’s chair and the rest of the cast and crew to work on the sequel known as, “Spider-Man 2.” Spider-Man […]

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