Nick’s Top 12 Nickmas Specials

Greetings my fellow movie goers from around the globe. Today’s editorial is different unlike my usual ranking of Top 12 List based solely on the best movies of a specific year, highly anticipated movies and fancasting choices. This time I’d like to present a Top 12 Christmas specials on Nickelodeon related shows. While looking up […]

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Flashback Review: Clockstoppers

Clockstoppers was released in 2002. (same year The Bourne Identity came out) It received negative reviews from critics and flopped at the box office. With Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated spy film “Tenet” will officially come out in theaters this September, I’d like to share my thoughts on Clockstoppers. What do these two movies both have […]

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Flashback Review: Good Burger

In 1994, Nickelodeon aired a sketch comedy developed by Dan Schneider (Drake & Josh, ICarly, Victorious) called, “All That.” The show is basically a kids version of Saturday Night Live (SNL for short) typically beginning with a “cold opening,” a featured guest promoting his/her movie or television series, kid actors participate in various sketches, before […]

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Flashback Review: Snow Day

Let’s go back to the year 2000, starting with one of the earliest films of the early 21st Century. Today’s review is about several characters who celebrate a day off from school with a specific storyline involving children trying to prevent a snowplow from scooping off the snow, a weatherman who’s struggling to achieve television […]

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Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie

Before we dive into the grand finale, let’s go back in time on the development surrounding Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie and how it was conceived in the first place. In the early 2000’s, series creator, Craig Bartlett, was given an opportunity from Nickelodeon to develop two full length feature films, one airing on TV, […]

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Flashback Review: Rugrats Go Wild

After the success of both Rugrats In Paris and The Wild Thornberrys Movie. Nickelodeon decided it was time to develop a crossover between those two cartooons in an attempt to expand their original animated shows into fully developed feature length films, starting with a third entry to The Rugrats Trilogy and second entry to The […]

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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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