Jurassic Park III

After “Jurassic Park: The Lost World” came out in 1997, a third installment of the Jurassic Park franchise was in the works. Unfortunately, Steven Spielberg was unavailable as he was finishing Stanley Kubrick’s pet project “A.I.: Artificial Intelligence” after the latter’s untimely death. Universal Pictures hired Joe Johnston (Honey I Shrunk The Kids, The Rocketeer, […]

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Magnolia

After “Boogie Nights” came out in 1997, Paul Thomas Anderson (one of my all-time favorite filmmakers) or PTA for short, commenced development of his next project titled, “Magnolia.” A drama focusing on a wide variety of troubled three-dimensional characters struggling with social problems like a bad childhood, drug addiction, greed, in debt, dying of cancer […]

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Boogie Nights

In 1988, inspired by the mockumentary rock comedy “This Is Spinal Tap,” then seventeen-year-old Paul Thomas “P.T.” Anderson (one of my favorite directors) filmed a mockumentary titled, “The Dirk Diggler Story.” An actor who rose to fame during “The Golden Age Of Porn” back in The 70s to The Early 80s. With support from his […]

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Wild Hogs

In 1998, John Travolta & William H. Macy, worked on a film called, “A Civil Action.” While working on the film, the pair decided to come up with another project under the name, “Wild Hogs.” It was put on hold, due to schedule conflicts involving their careers. Nine Years Later, the film was officially distributed […]

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