Die Hard

Today’s review is about my favorite Christmas movie of all time. It’s a film which became a game changer to the Action movie genre, and kickstarted Bruce Willis’ career as an Action Hero, after his show, Moonlight ended. What I’m actually referring to is a film called, “Die Hard.” Die Hard was released in the […]

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Unaccompanied Minors

Hello fellow movie goers from around the world. Today’s review is about one of my favorite Christmas movies of all time. It’s about a small group of kids that are stuck in an airport, due to a snowy blizzard blocking the exit door. They attempt to leave the area as one of them has a […]

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Flashback Review: The Santa Clause

What happens if a businessman puts on Santa’s outfit and he slowly transforms into jolly ol’ Saint Nick himself? The High Concept/What If Scenario I’m referring to, is The Premise from Disney’s The Santa Clause. The Santa Clause was released in 1994. (same year Stranger Things co-stars, Charlie Heaton & Dacre Montgomery were born) The […]

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Home Alone 3

After the release of both “Home Alone” and “Home Alone 2: Lost In New York,” late filmmaker/writer, John Hughes, began to write the third installment of Home Alone, without Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, & Daniel Stern involved. This time, a “sequel” focuses on another kid named Alex, who must defend his home from terrorists, who […]

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Flashback Review: Jingle All The Way

It’s time for another Christmas related review produced by Chris Columbus, & starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, as a father who’s desperate to find his son an action figure for Christmas, he’s not the only person looking for the toy. What I’ve told you is The Basic Premise from “Jingle All The Way.” Jingle All The Way, […]

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Flashback Review: Elf

Hello fellow movie goers from across the globe. Today’s review is about an elf, (played by Will Ferrell) who discovers he’s an actual human being and he embarks on a journey to meet his father for the first time. The Basic Premise I’m referring to is from the movie, Elf. Elf was released in 2003. […]

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Home Alone

It’s that time of the year for Christmas month. Today, let’s look back at a beloved Christmas classic from the same guy who wrote “The Breakfast Club,” “Ferris Buller’s Day Off” and other well known movies, comes a Christmas film about a young boy who’s accidentally left behind and he must defend his home from […]

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