Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Season 6

In 2012, George Lucas sold his entire “Star Wars” franchise to Disney worth $4 billion to make way for a new generation of filmmakers. Disney immediately made “The Sequel Trilogy” from 2015-2019. As a lifelong Star Wars fan, it was a miscalculation. Despite a colossal letdown, I actually enjoyed “Rebels,” the video game “Jedi: Fallen […]

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Home Alone 2: Lost In New York

In 1990, a film called, “Home Alone,” written by the late John Hughes, became a household name for Macaulay Culkin’s status as an A-Lister. Chris Columbus, gained recognition as a full fledged film director. Over the years, Home Alone went on to become a Christmas classic among movie goers, and as a result, it continues […]

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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: Charlie’s Angels

In the 1970s, a television series called “Charlie’s Angels” aired on ABC. The Premise is about three female undercover detectives/spies working for their boss Charlie (whose face is never seen throughout the show, similar to Ms. Bellum’s face from The Powerpuff Girls) to go on a specific mission to solve a crime. The series gained […]

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