Flashback Review: Mr. and Mrs. Smith

Greetings fellow movie goers from around the globe. Today’s Flashback Review is a spy comedy starring two of the biggest Oscar winning A-Listers who play married couple. They realize they’re spies/assassins working for agencies against one another. The premise I’m referring to is none other than “Mr. and Mrs. Smith.” Mr. and Mrs. Smith was […]

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Requiem For A Dream

In 1978, the year John Carpenter’s “Halloween” came out, Hubert Shelby Jr. (Last Exit to Brooklyn) published a novel titled, “Requiem for a Dream.” It’s about four individuals who succumb to drug addiction as each of them try to achieve a specific goal. Fresh from his directorial debut “Pi,” Darren Aronofsky (The Wrestler, Black Swan) […]

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Delta Farce

After Larry The Cable Guy (one of my favorite comedians) made his film debut in “Health Inspector” and voiced Mater in the first installment of Pixar’s “Cars” series,” he reunites with his “Blue Collar Comedy Tour” pal Bill Engvall in a war comedy about a trio of moronic buddies Delta Farce was released in 2007. […]

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Justice League: The New Frontier

In 2004, the late Darwyn Cooke, penned and drew a six-part comic book mini-series called, “DC: The New Frontier.” A different iteration of characters from DC Comics. This time it’s set in an alternate timeline labeled as an “Elseworlds” story. Elseworlds is a term revolving around high profile characters and the world of a specific […]

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Coraline

British author, Neil Gaiman published a novel in 2002 called, “Coraline.” The novel is about the titular character and her family who move to a new house. Their new neighbors have eccentric personalities. Coraline’s parents begin to renovate the home, becoming too distracted by the house making her feel distant from them. Sometime later, she […]

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