New Year’s Eve

After the late Gary Marshall’s “Valentine’s Day” came out in 2010 earning negative reception and made money at the box office, two similar films involving an ensemble cast set in a titular holiday titled, “New Year’s Eve” & “Mother’s Day” completed a trilogy or as I call it “The Holiday Trilogy.” Has nothing to do […]

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Pet Sematary (2019)

In 2010, movie studio, “Paramount Pictures” confirmed they were working on a remake of “Pet Sematary” based on the novel by Stephen King. It took seven years for the studio to find a screenwriter, producers & a director to shepherd until the remake is given an official green-lit. In 2018, Jason Clarke (Dawn Of The […]

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Interstellar

In 2008, while promoting “The Dark Knight,” as well as mourning the loss of their close friend Heath Ledger, Sibling Duo, Christopher “Chris” & Jonathan “Jonah” Nolan, came up with a first draft for their screenplay called “Interstellar,” it’s about a crew of astronauts trying to save their dying planet and their loved ones by […]

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Flashback Review: Rugrats In Paris

After the commercial success of “The Rugrats Movie,” a follow up is set after the introduction of Tommy’s brother Dil. This time Tommy’s best friend Chuckie, is designated as the main protagonist of the sequel called “Rugrats In Paris.” The premise is about Stu Pickles (Tommy’s father) is contacted by a businesswoman name Coco Lebouche, […]

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