Flashback Review: X-Men: The Last Stand

After “X2: X-Men United” was released in 2003, 20th Century Fox (pre-Disney purchase) commenced development on a third installment. Bryan Singer (back when he had dignity as a respected director) was attached to direct to direct, but he dropped out to make “Superman Returns” The original 1978 “Superman” with Christopher Reeve inspired him to make […]

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Flashback Review: X2: X-Men United

After “X-Men” was released in 2000 earning positive reviews and made money at the box office, 20th Century Fox (pre-Disney purchase) began development of a sequel with most of the cast from the first movie reprising their roles. After three years of crafting a cohesive narrative, “X2: X-Men United” disturbed worldwide. X2: X-Men United was […]

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Flashback Review: X-Men

The 1960s introduced iconic comic book superheroes including “Fantastic Four,” Hulk,” “Iron Man” & “Spider-Man.” Fantastic Four are the first superhero team in Marvel Comics. Stan Lee created another superhero team called, “X-Men.” Introduced in 1963, the X-Men is a school for kids born with powers as mutants, learn to control their powers instructed by […]

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25th Hour

In 2001, David Benioff (Troy, Game Of Thrones) wrote a book called, “25th Hour.” The story is about a drug dealer named, Monty in his last day of freedom before he serves his seven year sentence in prison. Monty reflects his life, spends his remaining hours hanging out with his friends and girlfriend. Prior to […]

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The Irishman

In 2004, a non-fiction book titled, “I Heard You Paint Houses” published nationwide. The book is about the life of a man named, Frank Sheeran. A gangster who has connections to the late Jimmy Hoffa. A labour union leader of “The Teamsters” who mysteriously disappeared. Both men are linked to “The Bufalino Crime Family.” I […]

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