“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” – Classic Film Reviews #3

“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” is one of the best films ever made. Here is my review of the disturbing yet oddly uplifting classic.

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“The Dark Knight” Is NOT A Batman Movie

I know this is an extremely unpopular opinion. Many people feel that this is the best comic book movie of all time, but I don’t see it that way. This is an “A” film with a brilliant Joker, but as a BATMAN movie, it’s a failure. Batman is my favorite comic book character, and to see him be so misrepresented in this movie is insulting to me, and I don’t understand why other fans don’t see how Christopher Nolan doesn’t understand the Batman character.

“All the President’s Men” – Classic Film Reviews #2

“All the President’s Men” was directed by Alan J. Pakula and was written by the legendary William Goldman and it stars Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman. “All the President’s Men” is about the true story of the two reporters who uncovered and wrote about the story behind the Watergate scandal for The Washington Post. This movie is widely considered to be a masterful political thriller and it is even rated as the 77th best American movie of all time by the American Film Institute.

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“An American Pickle”

“An American Pickle” is a new film exclusively on HBO Max which was directed by Brandon Trost and stars Seth Rogen in dual roles. The film is a fish out of water comedy about an immigrant named Hershel Greenbaum who fell into a vat of pickle brine in 1919 America and time travels 100 yearsContinue reading ““An American Pickle””

“American Graffiti” – Classic Film Reviews #1

Before George Lucas made the original “Star Wars,” he wrote and directed this 1973 classic based on his life. “American Graffiti” stars Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard, Paul Le Mat, and Charles Martin Smith, and takes place 1962. It follows many characters on their last night of the summer after their senior year.

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“Scoob!” was directed by Tony Cervone and stars Will Forte, Mark Wahlberg, and Frank Welker as the title character. It is an attempt to bring the classic Mystery Inc. team to the big screen, focusing on Scooby and Shaggy’s adventure with a superhero by the name of Blue Falcon. I’ll start with the positives, whichContinue reading ““Scoob!””