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My Take On… #235: What Happened To Oliver Stone?

What happened to Oliver Stone? Really? What happened to him? It really seemed like that after 2000, his reputation as one of the more political filmmakers tackling some of the most infamous moments in American history has since gone down

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My Take On… #234: Why Is Cool World Such A Unique Movie?

Not too long, The Nostalgia Critic did a review of the infamously bad 1992 Ralph Bakshi live-action/animated movie, Cool World: It did make me want to go back and look at the movie once again and so not too long

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My Take On… #233: Why There Are Better Batman Superman Crossovers Out There Than Dawn Of Justice

It’s hard to believe that it’s already been one year since that horrendous disaster that was Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice a.k.a. this generation’s Phantom Menace, and I’m sorry, I don’t care what anybody says, all these DC Cinematic

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My Take On… #232: What A Writers’ Strike Today Would Look Like

So, today is the deadline on whether or not the Writers’ Guild Of America goes on strike or not and while signs point to a possible resolution to the negotiations that may not resort with a strike, there’s still plenty

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My Take On… #231: Summer 2017 Movie Predictions

It’s almost here, folks, the 2017 summer movie season will soon be upon us….and wow, this year looks pretty bad. Now, there are some promising movies this summer but most of the stuff coming out over the next three months

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My Take On… #230: Why Do We Dumb Down Advertising?

Why do we continue to keep dumbing down advertising? You know what I’m talking about, 99% of the commercials that air on TV have those bad TV actors who claim to be ‘real people’ when you know good and well

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My Take On… #229: Has There Ever Been A Good Film Spinoff?

About two months ago, we were blessed with The Lego Batman Movie, the first real successful spinoff film from a previous movie. And as we’ve had so many successful TV spinoffs including Frasier, A Different World, The Cleveland Show, Pinky

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