Westworld: Season 1

In 1973, author/screenwriter, Michael Crichton, (Jurassic Park, ER) released a motion picture starring Yul Brynner called, “Westworld.” It’s about a robot who goes on a killing spree towards guests located at the titular park with a western vibe. The film earned positive reviews and made enough money at the box office. Seventeen Years Later, Michael […]

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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 & Jonathan 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 traveling to […]

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The Dark Knight

Ladies and Gentlemen and fellow movie goers alike, today’s review is about my favorite movie of all time. I present you, The Dark Knight. A sequel to Batman Begins and the second installment of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Trilogy. After the critical and box office success of Batman Begins, Warner Bros. (WB for short) […]

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Batman Begins

Let us dive into the history on how Batman Begins was developed. In 1997, Joel Schumacher directed Batman & Robin starring George Clooney as The World’s Greatest Detective, which was a follow up to Batman Forever. It did well at the box office, but it received a massive amount of negative reviews from critics, movie […]

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Insomnia

Fresh from the critical success of Memento. Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight Trilogy, Inception, Interstellar) received his first Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay. As a result of the massive acclaim, filmmaker, Steven Soderbergh (Erin Brokovich, Ocean’s Eleven and its sequels) offered Nolan an opportunity to direct another film called “Insomnia” for a bigger […]

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Memento

At the end of “The 20th Century,” many events triggered in the year 2000, the presidential election between George W. Bush & Al Gore. The Y2K incident at first, was gonna become a nuclear holocaust, but it didn’t happen. AOL was purchased by Time Warner for $162 billion. Dora The Explorer made its TV debut […]

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