In 1941, Pearl Harbor was attacked by The Japanese Army. Many have fallen and risked their lives to save their comrades in a tragic event that’ll never be forgotten as Americans will continue to educate children about World War II. In response to the attack, The U.S. Army decided to recruit cadets to aid allied […]Read More Classics Review: Flying Tigers
In 2016, Fox green-lit Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane’s spec script called “The Orville,” is based on his passion for Star Trek. According to Seth, Fox were inspired by the success of “Guardians Of The Galaxy” & “Deadpool” which set a benchmark on sci-fi comedy. It took Seth & Fox approximately a whole year to […]Read More The Orville: Season 1
In 1949, Johnny Marks wrote a song called, “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer” based on a story by Robert L. May. Many of us are familiar with the song’s lyrics about a reindeer born with a glowing red nose. He’s a social outcast mocked by his peers not allowing him to interact or socialize with individuals. […]Read More Flashback Review: Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer (1998)
Salutations my fellow movie goers from around the world. Today’s “Classics Review” is an underwhelming film from the early 1940’s starring John “The Duke” Wayne as a pharmacist from Boston named Tom Craig, who arrives in San Francisco set after The Gold Rush concluded. One day, he decides to open up a small pharmaceutical business, […]Read More Classics Review: In Old California
It’s that time for another Classics Review. Today’s review is another western starring American icon John Wayne as a businessman who gets dragged into problems including a visit from his feisty ex-wife and attempting to keep his small town stable from Indians & businessmen who want to take his land. The basic premise I’m referring […]Read More Classics Review: McLintock!
Salutations fellow movie goers from across the globe. Today’s article involves a classic western starring two iconic Oscar winning actors about a lawyer (played by Jimmy Stewart) who pays his respects to his late friend (played by John Wayne) as he recalls about their friendship after a vicious outlaw (played by Lee Marvin) brutally attacks […]Read More Classics Review: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance