Home Alone 3

After the release of both “Home Alone” and “Home Alone 2: Lost In New York,” late filmmaker/writer, John Hughes, began to write the third installment of Home Alone, without Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, & Daniel Stern involved. This time, a “sequel” focuses on another kid named Alex, who must defend his home from terrorists, who […]

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Home Alone 2: Lost In New York

In 1990, a film called, “Home Alone,” written by the late John Hughes, became a household name for Macaulay Culkin’s status as an A-Lister. Chris Columbus, gained recognition as a full fledged film director. Over the years, Home Alone went on to become a Christmas classic among movie goers, and as a result, it continues […]

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Home Alone

It’s that time of the year for Christmas month. Today, let’s look back at a beloved Christmas classic from the same guy who wrote “The Breakfast Club,” “Ferris Buller’s Day Off” and other well known movies, comes a Christmas film about a young boy who’s accidentally left behind and he must defend his home from […]

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Sixteen Candles

After establishing himself as a screenwriter for National Lampoon’s Vacation, and Mr. Mom, late filmmaker, John Hughes, decided to make a name for himself as a director so he can expand his horizons, starting with his first full length feature film called, Sixteen Candles. Sixteen Candles was released in 1984. At the time of it’s […]

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The Breakfast Club

Let’s rewind the clocks back to the year 1984. A lot of Real Life Events happened back in the day. Notable films including Indiana Jones & The Temple Of Doom, Gremlins, A Nightmare On Elm Street, and Ghostbusters came out in theaters, Ronald Reagan won the presidential election, allowing him to extend his term, Apple […]

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Flashback Review: Flubber

Time to look back at a film from the past. Two decades ago, Disney was at its peak. Animated films like Aladdin, Beauty & The Beast, & their magnum opus at the time was The Lion King. Pixar released their first hit, Toy Story, became the first fully CGI film in history which would later […]

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