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  • Batman Forever

    Batman Forever

    ★★★★

    On this day (June 16th) Joel Schumacher's 1995 film BATMAN FOREVER was released in theaters.

    Steering away from Tim Burton's dark tone of 1992's BATMAN RETURNS and would star a new Caped Crusader. Michael Keaton turned down reportedly 15 million to return as Bruce Wayne for a third time.

    Everyone from Keanu Reeves to Tom Hanks were looked at to replace Keaton. Eventually Val Kilmer would win the role.

    Robin Williams originally expressed interest in the role of The Riddler…

  • Raiders of the Lost Ark

    Raiders of the Lost Ark

    Today RAIDERS is 40 years old. June 12th, 1981.

    Let's put ourselves back in that moment...


    From the creators of STAR WARS and JAWS comes...

    RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK!

    It must have been so insanely exciting to anticipate Lucas and Spielberg teaming up to give us the ultimate action hero.

    The film holds up 40 years later. A near perfect masterpiece.

    Happy birthday, Dr. Jones!!!!!!!

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  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    BABY, BABY, BABY YOU'RE OUT OF TIME...

    August 8th, 1969. As time was running out for Sharon Tate and her friends. Time was also running out for old Hollywood, it's about to be changed forever.

    In the film... as the lights flash on across Hollywood, way across town, all the way down Ventura Blvd at the Casa Vega Mexican Restaurant, time has ran out for Rick & Cliff. Their long work relationship has come to an end and there they will…

  • Inglourious Basterds

    Inglourious Basterds

    ★★★★★

    "THIS JUST MIGHT BE MY MASTERPIECE"

    The last line of INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS. While that may or may not be true (because QT doesn't make anything but masterpieces) This instant classic sets fire to the history books, explodes the war genre and and completely destroys your idea of what a war film should be!

    Roughly only thirty percent of the movie is in English, the language which dominates the film is either French or German... with a little I-talian (gorlami) this…