After Japanese movie studio “Toho” released “Godzilla Against MechaGodzilla” in 2002, they immediately worked on a direct sequel to the film as another entry to the “Millennium Series.” Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S. was released in 2003. (same year Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill came out) Like its predecessor, the film earned positive reviews from critics, fans & […]Read More Flashback Review: Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S.
After Japanese movie studio “Toho” released “Godzilla, Mothra & King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack” (GMK for short) in 2001, they commenced development of another entry of the “Millennium Series.” This time they brought back a familiar opponent from Godzilla’s rogue gallery known as “MechaGodzilla” who made its debut since 1974 in “Godzilla Vs. MechaGodzilla.” […]Read More Flashback Review: Godzilla Against MechaGodzilla
After Godzilla Vs. Megaguirus came out in 2000, Japanese movie studio “Toho” moved on to produced yet another Godzilla movie in the “Millennium Series” titled “Godzilla, Mothra And King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All Out Attack!” (GMK for short) A pretty long title close to Stanley Kubrick’s “Dr. Strangelove.” GMK: Giant Monsters All Out Attack was […]Read More Flashback Review: GMK: Giant Monsters All Out Attack
On October 2017, (same year Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk came out) Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban & his film company “Magnolia Pictures,” distributed a film titled, “Please Stand By” shown in several films festivals such as one located in Austin, Texas. Which is the state I’m actually from. Three Months Later, the film was eventually released […]Read More Please Stand By
In 2007, British author Jenny Downham published a book titled, “Before I Die.” The story centers around a girl named, Tessa who’s dying from leukemia. Knowing that her internal clock is ticking, she decides to write a bucket list of things to do such as committing a crime, (not something of off Michael Mann’s Heat) […]Read More Now Is Good
In 1933, a motion picture called, “King Kong” was released in theaters. It became an instant classic for its groundbreaking special effects, unique storyline, fusing every genre in one movie etc. Over the years, King Kong continues to influence many filmmakers most notably Steven Spielberg, James Rolfe/Angry Video Game Nerd, Japanese movie studio “Toho” & […]Read More Flashback Review: King Kong (2005)
In the year 1992, “The Walt Disney Company” released an animated film called, “Aladdin” starring Scott Weinger, (Steve from Full House) Linda Larkin, Jonathan Freeman, Gilbert Gottfried & Robin Williams. (may he Rest In Peace) It became a critical & commercial success adored by critics, (particularly Gene Siskel & Roger Ebert) movie goers & families […]Read More Aladdin (2019)