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“CHIPS” (Written Film Review & Trailer)

March 23rd, 2017 No comments







Review by John Delia

Rude, crude, extremely silly and violent the movie CHIPS has all of this and more. But, what you would expect from this parody of a TV series that won the hearts of millions in the mid 1970’s to early 80’s? A lot more than a lame remake. Billed as a crime drama, it’s more of a comedy with messy direction and over the top ridiculousness. I can go one step further; “CHIPS” was never a campy offensive show that relied on sex gags and stupidity to get laughs. That said, only go see it if you crave movies like Hot Tub Time Machine, Get Him to the Greek or Sex Drive to name a few. Read more…

She’s Got A Plan – Review

March 20th, 2017 No comments

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Directors: Fatima Washington and Corey Johnson
Writers: Sunspot Jonz and Fatima Washington
Genre: Comedy

What are you going to do? She’s got 30-days find an answer on how to make her dreams come true in the highly competitive world of Hollywood or “throw in the sponge”, now forced to “plan her work and work her plan”.
Directors Fatima Washington and Corey Johnson’s She’s Got A Plan takes us on the 30-calendar day journey of Isis Angelo (Fatima Washington), a writer and director, who is constantly struggling to fulfil her vision making it in Hollywood and making ends meet at the same time.

Being the filmmaker that she is, Isis decides to document her 30-day plan with a video diary. It captures her as she persistently looks for success in the entertainment business, which includes low and the no budget productions, trying to ease her Mother’s (Ja’net Dubois) concerns, seeking relationship counseling and the supportive relationships of her female friends.
After all, when you are trying to reach your goals, there is more than one area of your life that matters.
She’s Got A Plan will have you counting the days with anticipation and laughter.
Runtime: 100 minutes
Directors: Fatima Washington and Corey Johnson
Produce Company: CorFat Productions
Starring: Ja’net Dubois, Golden Brooks, Tsai Chin, Fatima Washington, Eliot “Suit” , Danielle Krivak, Faison Love, Johnny three Nutz, Paula Jai Parker, Michelle Phelps, Sandra Staggs, Charles Malik Whitfield and Chris Williams

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King of Dancehall Review

March 20th, 2017 No comments

King Of Dancehall Review

An NCredible production. Produced by Nick Cannon, Roger Ubina. Executive producer, Nick Cannon.

Directed, written by Nick Cannon. Camera (color), Luis Perez. Editors, Harvey White, Erik C. Anderson.

Nick Cannon, Busta Rhymes, Kimberly Patterson, Whoopi Goldberg, Kreesha Turner, Lou Gossett Jr., Beenie Man, Colin “Collie Budzz” Harper, Peter Stormare, Tevin “Killer Bean” Shaw

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Genre: Drama
Nick Cannon directs and stars as a young man from New York engulfed by the Kingston, Jamaica super-hot music scene.
Cannon’s directorial debut King of the Dancehall, decides to invest in the Jamaican ganja trade to pay for his mother’s (Whoopi Goldberg) medical care. Leaving Brooklyn, NY, he heads to Kingston. Hitting the ground running, he enlist the help of his cousin, Allestar “All Star” Toaster (Busta Rhymes), an aspiring recording artist to hook him up with a major player in ganja trade.
On his quest to make that money, Tarzan comes face to face with the Dancehall world. Way down deep in the dance culture, Maya (Kimberly Patterson), gives him hand-on lessons of the hips and body moves.
Being the new guy in town, Maya isn’t the only one with interest in Tarzan which leads to him to decide on love or the love of money.
A hot original score by Salaam Remi and music by DJ Buddha and Salaam Remi that features Beenie Man (film narrator), are high energy beats that give a solid foundation to King of the Dancehall.

Runtime: 100 minutes
Director: Nick Cannon
Producers: Nick Cannon and Roger Ubina
Starring: Nick Cannon, Whoopi Goldberg, Louis Gossett Jr, Busta Rhymes, Peter Stormare, Kneesha Turner, , Donovan ‘Dada’ Davidson, Collie Buddz, Barrington Levy, Beenie Man, Ky-Mani Marley, Rohan Lyttle, Tevin ‘Killer Bean’ Shaw,
Editors: Erik C. Anderson and Harvey White
Cinematography: Luis Panch Perez
Sound: Joshua Adeniji
Casting: Odessa Chambers

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Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” (Written Review & Trailer)

March 17th, 2017 No comments




Review by John M. Delia, Jr

Can Beauty tame the Beast once more? This beautiful fairy tale of Walt Disney’s Beauty and the Beast has now been turned into a live action motion picture that delivers a more detailed story. What once was animation that provided the story of romance and power, with this release it’s the actors that have to reach out to the audience and make them believe. And they nail it! Much like the recent Walt Disney’s Cinderella (2015) and The Jungle Book (2016), I’m predicting Beauty and the Beast will be another worldwide blockbuster. Read more…

“Kong: Skull Island” (Written Review & Trailer)

March 10th, 2017 No comments







Review by John M. Delia Jr.

Take a wild ride on Kong: Skull Island a slick new film about the ferocious Gorilla that never fails to amaze. However the campy story and the chaotic acting, one thing still remains, it’s the violent, creepy and mysterious creatures that will get you every time. What lies on the surface is terrifying enough, but what lies below, unstoppable. As for the real rollercoaster ride, read my comment below. Read more…

“Brimstone” (Written Review & Trailer)

March 10th, 2017 No comments






Review by John Delia

Being able to deliver a good western isn’t easy, especially when most of the plots have already been brought to the screen. But, writer/director Martin Koolhoven takes a shot at turning the old west into a thriller that boggles the mind with its twists, turns and surprises and it works big time. His Brimstone stacks up against the best including Quinton Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight and Alejandro González Iñárritu’s The Revenant. Read more…

“The Women’s Balcony” (Written Review & Trailer)

March 10th, 2017 No comments





Review by John Delia

Schmaltzy but fun to watch, the movie The Women’s Balcony personifies a women’s protest to regain their honor. It’s more than just a film about who’s right or wrong, the film shows how people can compromise and come together over an issue. Filled with energy and chutzpah no man would dare turn a blind eye on this fight for woman’s rights. Read more…

The Ottoman Lieutenant (Written Film Review & Trailer)

March 10th, 2017 No comments








Review by John Delia

Wide sweeping vistas and a romantic musical score add to The Ottoman Lieutenant’s compelling war drama. It’s a moving and defiant love story, one that reaches audiences far and wide with a chance for women to revel in its forbidden romance. If you like sagas that titillate your imagination sending you back to an era that’s almost forgotten, then this is your cup of tea. Read more…

Disney’s (Mickey and the Roadster Racers” (DVD Review & Trailer)

March 7th, 2017 No comments







Review by John Delia

This kid friendly TV series has Disney’s most identifiable cartoon characters as Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy and many more try out the sport of car racing in Mickey and the Roadster Racers. It’s a fun time for the tots who can join the adventure of the lovable icons as they get into some funny situations and adventures that help youngsters to understand about helping others, safety and growing up.

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“Moana” (Blu-ray Written Review & Trailers)

March 6th, 2017 No comments






Review by John Delia

Adding another princess to their family, the movie Disney’s Moana comes to home video and it’s perfect for kids and family. The animated full feature takes place in the Pacific Islands with Fiji in mind. The heroine is a young girl who wants to save her people from becoming extinct due to lack of food. The comical musical adventure shows how courage, friendship and uniting with others can help you achieve your goal. Read more…