The Hateful Eight (Extended Version)

Greetings fellow movie goers from across the globe. Today’s review is about eight strangers who seek shelter from a storm during winter. Each one never trust each other whether he or she wants to survive the cold or from mysterious adversaries holding a deadly weapon. The plot I’m referring to is from Quentin Tarantino’s eighth […]

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Spider-Man: Far From Home

Set after the events of the epic conclusion of “Avengers: Endgame,” Peter Parker struggles to cope with a recent loss of a close friend. To feel better, he decides to go on a vacation to Europe with his best friend Ned as well as attempting to woo Michelle Jones as a possible girlfriend. Plans however, […]

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Avengers: Endgame

After “Avengers: Infinity War” came out on April 27th, it earned critical acclaim from critics, fans & movie goers from around the world. In addition to positive reception, it made $2 billion at the box office surpassing the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s (MCU for short) previous two Avengers films. Infinity War made cinematic history transforming the […]

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Captain Marvel

In late 2014, film producer, Kevin Feige announced a string of films related to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) linked to an ongoing storyline involving The Infinity Stones. One of the planned films of “Phase 3” focuses on Carol Danvers journey as “Captain Marvel.” For those who don’t who Captain Marvel is, let me explain […]

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Glass

After making several stinkers like “The Happening,” “The Last Airbender” & “After Earth,” director, M. Night Shyamalan released a film titled “Split.” It became a sleeper hit among critics, movie goers & made money at the box office. Split defibrillated M. Night’s career for the first time since my personal favorite Shyamalan film, “Unbreakable.” Sorry […]

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Flashback Review: Unbreakable

After M. Night Shyamalan’s “The Sixth Sense” earned critical acclaim from numerous critics and movie goers from across the globe, M. Night came up with an idea based on his love of superheroes about an interpretation of Superman’s origin story described as, “What if Clark Kent was never born on Krypton, but instead born on […]

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Jurassic Park

In 1973, author/screenwriter Michael Crichton’s film ”Westworld” opened in cinemas about a theme park when guests enter the area, they participate in a variety of activities to be a hero or villain. Things go awry when one of the robots (played by Yul Brynner) wrecks havoc leaving the guests fleeing in panic. The film went […]

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Incredibles 2

In 2004, Brad Bird released Disney & Pixar’s The Incredibles, earning critical acclaim from many critics and movie goers alike. It went on to win an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature becoming the first superhero film in motion picture history to win an Oscar in the Best Animated Feature category. As I’ve mentioned in […]

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Flashback Review: The Incredibles

In 2003, Finding Nemo officially opened nationwide, many movies goers and families purchased their tickets, popcorn, fountain drinks & snacks to watch Pixar’s latest film. As the audience waits patiently for the movie to start, a teaser trailer shows a glossary full of pictures, awards & magazines of a superhero named, “Mr. Incredible.” A newspaper […]

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Avengers: Age Of Ultron

After the overwhelming success of The Avengers, Marvel Studios immediately began development on a string of films including Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians Of The Galaxy & Ant-Man. In addition to motion pictures, the studio expanded the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU for short) into the small screen […]

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Iron Man

In 1963,  Stan Lee & Jack Kirby created a character named “Iron Man.” The character was first conceived when Stan decided to create his own Bruce Wayne type of alter ego named, Tony Stark. Tony’s appearance and behavior is based on Howard Hughes. Iron Man was specifically published as a representation of anti-communism during The […]

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Flashback Review: Our Friend Martin

In 1999, an animated edutainment film called, “Our Friend Martin” was released on VHS to teach young students at school, the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK for short) and how he successfully abolished segregation in the first place. The Plot is about two friends who accidentally travel back in time to […]

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Pulp Fiction

After releasing his first full length feature film called Reservoir Dogs, legendary filmmaker, Quentin Tarantino, (also known for Kill Bill, Inglorious Basterds, Django Unchained) went on a vacation to Amsterdam, to come up with another script besides True Romance and Natural Born Killers which were already in the hands of Tony Scott & Oliver Stone, […]

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The Avengers

During a four year gap of development, Marvel Studios began to plant their first seed starting with Iron Man, as a result of critical and popular success, Marvel immediately planted more of their seeds including The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor, and Captain America: The First Avenger. After extensive research on each movie, it […]

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Star Wars: The Clone Wars

In 2005, George Lucas released “Revenge Of The Sith” as the final entry to “The Prequel Trilogy,” as an apology for long time fans of Star Wars. At first, fans thought that Star Wars is done, until Lucas announced that he’s producing a computer animated television series called “The Clone Wars,” which is set between […]

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