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Dumb Money

Dumb Money: The Rise of Roaring Kitty and the Wall Street Revolution

The Underdog Who Took on Wall Street In the heart of Craig Gillespie’s latest cinematic creation, “Dumb Money,” lies an inspiring and transformative tale of an everyday hero, none other than Keith “Roaring Kitty” Gill. This YouTube and Reddit sensation didn’t merely dispense investment advice; he ignited a movement that sent shockwaves reverberating through the

David S. Goyer

The Uncharted Collaboration: David S. Goyer and David Fincher’s Blade Project

In the realm of comic book movies, David S. Goyer’s name stands as a prominent figure. His contributions to iconic films like Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy, Man of Steel, and Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice have solidified his place in cinematic history. However, a fascinating chapter in his career involves an unexpected collaboration

Mission: Impossible

The Disappointing Domestic Performance of ‘Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning’ Part One

The journey of ‘Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One’ through the domestic box office has concluded, and the results have raised eyebrows within the film industry. Despite garnering critical acclaim and generating positive word-of-mouth, the film’s financial performance in the domestic market fell surprisingly short of expectations. In this comprehensive analysis, we will delve


Fall Movie Season 2023: A Season Unlike Any Other

The fall movie season of 2023 is upon us, and it promises to be a unique and intriguing mix of cinematic experiences. In a departure from the traditional autumn lineup, this year is marked by unexpected challenges and exciting releases. We’ll explore the notable films hitting theaters in the coming months, ranging from sci-fi epics

Charlies Angels

A Potential Reunion: ‘Charlie’s Angels 3’ on the Horizon? Director McG’s Openness and Drew Barrymore’s Bold Stand

A Nostalgic Prospect: Could ‘Charlie’s Angels 3’ Grace the Big Screen? The possibility of a third installment in the beloved “Charlie’s Angels” franchise has stirred excitement as Director McG, the creative force behind the initial two films, expressed his enthusiasm for the idea in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly. Read also: Dune: Part Two


Dune: Part Two Release Postponed to 2024 Due to Hollywood Strikes

Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya Fans Await the Epic Continuation In a noteworthy update regarding the highly anticipated “Dune: Part Two,” fans of Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya’s captivating on-screen chemistry will have to exercise their patience a bit longer. Originally slated for a theatrical debut on November 3, 2023, nearly a year after wrapping up filming

Golden Globe

Golden Globe Awards: A Night of Surprises and Diversity in Film and Television

… The Golden Globe Awards are an annual awards ceremony hosted by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) to recognize outstanding work in film and television. For the first time in its 80-year history, the ceremony was held, but this year’s event was noteworthy because of the recent racial exclusion scandal that has plagued the


Don’t Miss Out: Only Five Months Left to Order DVDs from Netflix!

Fun facts:DVDs can still be ordered by email from Netflix. Not so fun facts: I have 5 months left to order.   Yes, that is correct. Netflix is best known for its streaming service, but it has also quietly offered DVD rentals for years through its mail delivery service. However, the time for this service is

Ryan Gosling

Ryan Gosling Shares What Ken-ergy is

… In a new Netflix Thriller titled The Gray Man, Chris Evans calls Ryan Gosling a Ken doll, which he means as an insult.  Although that’s ironic coming from someone who’s literally a human action figure, Gosling, who portrays the famous boy toy in the latest Barbie film, states that it’s “not an insult at


Blaxploitation in horror: a unique cinematic tool

Blaxploitation — We looked at the beginnings of Black horror in the last article, culminating in blaxploitation, a film subgenre with a complicated history in entertainment. Although it began in a variety of genres, most notably Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song, blaxploitation would soon infect horror, most especially Blacula. Blacula not only studied blaxploitation, but it

Black Barbie

Black Barbie gets the love it deserves after Barbie 2023

Black Barbie — Greta Gerwig and Margot Robbie have done the unthinkable by bringing Barbie, the world’s most popular doll, to life in the film. The teasers and trailers produced in the lead-up to the film’s release left little room for speculation regarding the basic plot until a few months before its release. Fans were


Hollywood strike continues: actors are now more vocal

Strike — On July 13, the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists went on strike, startling the entertainment industry. The decision came after contract discussions with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers broke down, resulting in an official walkout by Hollywood actors. They have now joined the Writers Guild of

"Bless Me Father": A Riveting Neorealist Mob Movie for Independent Film Enthusiasts

“Bless Me Father”: A Riveting Neorealist Mob Movie for Independent Film Enthusiasts

For movie viewers who crave the allure of new independent films and the gritty world of Italian Mafia movies, “Bless Me Father” is a cinematic masterpiece that demands attention. With echoes of iconic classics like “The Godfather,” “Goodfellas,” and “The Sopranos,” this award-winning film provides a fresh take on the genre. Now available for streaming

Across the Spider-Verse

Across the Spider-Verse saw hundreds of artists leave

Across the Spider-Verse — Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse was released approximately a month ago by Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation, and the buzz surrounding it is still strong. Most sequels have a 50/50 chance of matching the success of their predecessors, particularly in the animation business. In contrast, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse has joined

The Flash

The Flash: what happened and how does it hold so far?

The Flash — After a decade of production problems, the Flash, DC’s most beloved speedster finally makes his theatrical solo debut. Although there were doubts regarding Barry Allen actor Ezra Miller’s antics in the past couple of years, The Flash still managed to see its premiere. But how did the movie fare? Here we go

movie theater

Upcoming Must-See Movies You Can’t Miss This Summer

Summer is almost here, and movie theaters are gearing up to bring some of the most exciting films of the year to the big screen.  From live-action adaptations of beloved classics to animated adventures and action-packed blockbusters, there’s something for everyone on the horizon. Here are the top five movies you can’t afford to miss


Super Mario Bros. Movie Exceeds Expectations and Breaks Box Office Records

… The famous Italian plumbers from the Super Mario Bros. video game series, Mario and Luigi, have raised the bar for what it means to be a successful plumber. The most recent Super Mario Bros. The movie broke box office records by earning an astounding $204.6 million in just its first five days. The movie,