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March 17, 2016

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A new iteration of Space Jam 2 will probably happen with LeBron James at some point, but there have been many attempts at a not only a Space Jam 2 but branching the franchise out to other sports and genres with the Looney Tunes gang joined by a superstar from their respective sport and movie genre.  We could’ve had Space Jam 2, then Race Jam, and then Spy Jam starring Jackie Chan.  This article will be broken down into three articles, the first about the first Space Jam and the commercials that...

February 10, 2016

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I keep seeing all of these articles about how one of the six major studios may tie in all of the 1980s slashers into one fluid cinematic universe.  As a fan of horror, I think this idea would be fun, after all Jason Vorhees, Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, and Leatherface are horror icons in the same way the Universal Movie Monsters are.  And Universal is on the fast track now putting together their shared Monster Universe.  So can the 80s horror slashers have their own universe?  I crunch the nu...

February 10, 2016

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Warner has pushed their Steven Spielberg tent pole Ready Player One away from it's original December 15, 2017 release date to March 30, 2018.  This comes after it was announced a couple weeks ago that Rian Johnson's Star Wars: Episode VIII moved from its original May release to December.  What's interesting is that Disney was originally going to move Star Wars back to May, the same month the first six were released.  But after Disney printed money with The Force Awakens' December release, they d...

February 5, 2016

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I recreated Timber’s Island from Diddy Kong Racing in Disney Infinity 3.0.

 

Rare always did what Nintendo did, but perfected it.  While Super Mario 64 is epic in scope and the first of its kind, it’s polygons, while Banjo--Kazooie feels like you’re playing a storybook.  I don’t care what anyone says, Rare is the closest thing to Pixar that the video game industry has.  Naughty Dog and Insomniac are still a far cry to what Rare was in the 90s.  Rare is a little different now under Microsoft reign,...

February 3, 2016

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Ear Buddies: An AirBud PodCast about the Live Action Disney Dog Cinematic Universe

 

Click here to listen to episode 0 of the show

 

There are 14 Air Bud films, four Shaggy Dog, and three Beverly Hills Chihauhau films, as well as countless others in the Disney Dog Cinematic Universe.  We attempt to break it all down and find comm on ground among all the films.  First up, all 14 Air Bud films as we attempt to answer the question, "Why are there as many Air Bud movies as Marvel Cinematic Universe film...

February 1, 2016

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2015 was arguably the biggest year for giant movies.  Last year is the year of the tentpole as Jurassic Park IV: Jurassic World, Avengers II: Age of Ultron, Mad Max IV: Fury Road, Terminator IV: Genisys, James Bond XXIV: SPECTRE, Hunger Games IV: Mockingjay Part 2 and Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens were all released and most of them were above the average summer blockbuster quality....

January 27, 2016

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Universal owns Back to the Future and Fast and Furious.  Why hasn’t there been a DeLorean cameo in a Fast and Furious movie?

 

In a town that is known for synergy, Universal rarely ties their movie franchises together.  Back to the Future just celebrated 30 years in 2015 and what was considered the future in the film, namely October 21, 2015, is now the past.  But Back to the Future is one of those few franchises that never rebooted.  The trilogy is still arguably the only epic trilogy franchise l...

January 25, 2016

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There's a nagging fan theory about the Bond franchise, coined the "multi-Bond theory." The idea is simple:

 

“James Bond” is a title given to someone new every 20 some odd years along with the 007 label and MI6 kills or attempts to kill the previous Bond before finding a new one. Or they are all hanging out in a retirement community together.  Now there's a bad guy killing Bond’s friends and it turns out to be none other than a previous James Bond actor.  This idea is not original and has been wru...

January 22, 2016

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Did you see Terminator 5?  I didn't even though I have seen the first four movies and the entire series, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.  Not really sure why I didn’t see it, perhaps the return of Arnold was not as strong as a sentiment as Paramount thought it would be.  Perhaps I didn’t care about going back to the first film’s storyline and instead wanted something completely different, like a Terminator where Arnold goes back to 1881 to the Wild West where he has to destroy Sarah Co...

January 22, 2016

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Disney has learned a great deal about releasing an epic film during the December / Christmas season.  Star Wars movies have always been released in May, to the point that it really did start the trend of releasing huge summer blockbusters in May.  Disney now fully occupies that space with Marvel Studios movies, and while they were originally going to move Star Wars back to May, leaving us with only 6 months between Rogue One and Episode VIII, they now have decided that with the record breaking s...

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