Flashback Review: The Little Rascals

In “The Golden Age Of Hollywood,” film producer Hal Roach, was known for producing short films (before television existed) for comedy duo Laurel & Hardy and of course, “Our Gang.” The latter is about a group of poor mischievous children who embark on several misadventures ranging from building a go-kart, organizing an all boys club, […]

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Men In Black: International

After “Men In Black III” earned positive reception & made enough revenue at the box office, Sony announced a crossover film with “Men In Black” & “21 Jump Street.” Plans however, were scrapped because a hacker group known as “The Guardians Of Peace” stoke confidential information involving Sony’s roadmap of then upcoming projects including “Spider-Man: […]

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Men In Black III

After “Men In Black II” failed to recapture the first film’s lightning in a bottle, a third film was in development since 2002, which is the release of the second film due to legal conflicts between on set of Men In Black II with Barry Sonnenfeld who faced a lawsuit with his agents putting the […]

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Flashback Review: Shark Tale

In 2003, “Finding Nemo” came out earning critical acclaim & box office success as an instant classic among critics & movie goers alike. It ultimately won an Oscar for “Best Animated Feature” with “Disney” & “Pixar” taking home their grand prize. By the time Finding Nemo was first released, rival animation studio, “DreamWorks Animation” commenced […]

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Flashback Review: Men In Black

In the year 1990, now defunct comic book publisher, “Malibu Comics” published a short lived series called, “The Men In Black.” The comic book series is based on conspiracy theories of The Men In Black (MIB for short) are the only people who know about alien activity. The MIB remain anonymous to human society & […]

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

After Jurassic World became a commercial hit earning over a billion dollars at the box office, Universal Pictures announced that two sequels were in development with Chris Pratt & Bryce Dallas Howard (Ron Howard’s real life daughter) scheduled to reprise their roles in a second trilogy to the Jurassic Park film franchise based on Michael […]

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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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Ready Player One

In 2011, author/screenwriter, Ernest Cline, published his first novel called, “Ready Player One.” The Story is set in The 2040’s about a teenager named, Wade Watts, who embarks on a quest, organized by late co-creator/game designer, Haliday, to retrieve an egg in a virtual world called, The OASIS. It’s a Massive Multiplayer Online (MMO for […]

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Innerspace

In the year 1966, a film called “Fantastic Voyage” was released in theaters. It was a box office success. This movie went on to inspire other films about the human body. Like this one called “Innerspace.” It came out in 1987, it was a critical success, but it didn’t make enough money at the box […]

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Flashback Review: Small Soldiers

Today is another Flashback Review, this time it has something to do with action figures coming to life. I have decided to look back at this, because the following review has a similar premise to the 2007 version of Transformers. Like the 1980’s, toy companies in the 1990’s continue to make millions of dollars by […]

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Minority Report

The review of the day is a Sci-Fi Mystery film, similar to Blade Runner. Directed by Steven Spielberg, teaming up with an A list star, a living legend & one of my favorite actors of all time, Tom Cruise. Before War Of The Worlds, Minority Report was the first collaboration between Cruise & Speilberg. So […]

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