Look Who’s Talking Too

After “Look Who’s Talking” came out in 1989 becoming an unexpected hit, a sequel titled, “Look Who’s Talking Too” was green-lit immediately in an attempt to capitalize the same success as the first Look Who’s Talking Too was released in 1990. (same year The Rescuers Down Under came out) Unlike the first movie, the sequel […]

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Look Who’s Talking

Look Who’s Talking was released in 1989. (same year Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure came out) It earned mixed reviews from critics and movie goers alike. In addition to divisive reactions, it managed to make a lot of money at the box office. Two sequels titled, “Look Who’s Talking Too” & “Look Who’s Talking Now” […]

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I’m Still Here

In the year 2008, Academy Award nominee Joaquin Phoenix (Gladiator, Walk The Line, The Master) announced he “retired” from acting to transition a new career in hip-hop. The news shocked fans of his work, close friends, peers and family members. He appeared in several interviews prompting his movie, “Two Lovers” spotting unkempt hair and a […]

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Glass

After making several stinkers like “The Happening,” “The Last Airbender” & “After Earth,” director, M. Night Shyamalan released a film titled “Split.” It became a sleeper hit among critics, movie goers & made money at the box office. Split defibrillated M. Night’s career for the first time since my personal favorite Shyamalan film, “Unbreakable.” Sorry […]

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Flashback Review: Unbreakable

After M. Night Shyamalan’s “The Sixth Sense” earned critical acclaim from numerous critics and movie goers from across the globe, M. Night came up with an idea based on his love of superheroes about an interpretation of Superman’s origin story described as, “What if Clark Kent was never born on Krypton, but instead born on […]

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Die Hard

Today’s review is about my favorite Christmas movie of all time. It’s a film which became a game changer to the Action movie genre, and kickstarted Bruce Willis’ career as an Action Hero, after his show, Moonlight ended. What I’m actually referring to is a film called, “Die Hard.” Die Hard was released in the […]

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Sin City

Fed up with Hollywood butchering his screenplays for the Robocop sequels, comic book writer, Frank Miller, (Batman: Year One, The Dark Knight Returns, 300) refuses to let Hollywood producers adapt his work, until director/writer/producer/editor/composer, Robert Rodriguez, (Mexico Trilogy, From Dusk Till Dawn, Machete) offered him a partnership on directing a faithful adaptation to “Sin City.” […]

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Pulp Fiction

After releasing his first full length feature film called Reservoir Dogs, legendary filmmaker, Quentin Tarantino, (also known for Kill Bill, Inglorious Basterds, Django Unchained) went on a vacation to Amsterdam, to come up with another script besides True Romance and Natural Born Killers which were already in the hands of Tony Scott & Oliver Stone, […]

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Flashback Review: Rugrats Go Wild

After the success of both Rugrats In Paris and The Wild Thornberrys Movie. Nickelodeon decided it was time to develop a crossover between those two cartooons in an attempt to expand their original animated shows into fully developed feature length films, starting with a third entry to The Rugrats Trilogy and second entry to The […]

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Flashback Review: Armageddon

After successfully releasing Bad Boys and The Rock, (not a biopic about Dwayne Johnson) filmmaker, Michael Bay, (Transformers series, Pearl Harbor) was recruited by Touchstone Pictures, (a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company) to direct a Sci-Fi Disaster film called “Armageddon,” in response to the massive box office success of Independence Day, in an attempt […]

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