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Independence Day (1996) – A Perspective Review



Have aliens visited Earth? This question has always been an intriguing one. From the first “contact” we may have had in 1947, the various incidents reporting inside of The Air Force’s “Project Blue Book” to any one of hundreds of documentaries you can find streaming online today – the question “have we been visited” is … Continue reading Independence Day (1996) – A Perspective Review


Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) – A Perspective Review



How does one become an on-film character that not only represents a nation but is the leader of what will be a decade+ of Marvel Cinematic Universal entries that will last a lifetime? The worry, beyond casting Captain America, was how on Earth could we take a strapping (and hopefully talented) actor, toss him into … Continue reading Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) – A Perspective Review


Ghostbusters (1984) – A Perspective Review



There are many logos that you can look at around you on your mobile device, your drive home, inside the boob tube and thousands of other places. Only ONE conjures the answer however to the question – who you gonna’ call? In 1984, Ivan Reitman directed a special little feature film, exploring the paranormal, the … Continue reading Ghostbusters (1984) – A Perspective Review


Spider-Man: A Perspective Review Series



He’s one of the most beloved characters in comics. Since 1963, we’ve loved Spider-Man. Whether it be because he’s “just like us with ordinary personal and familial problems”, or just because he can stick to walls and spin webs, ol’ webhead makes us all weak in the knees when it comes to nostalgia. Another feature … Continue reading Spider-Man: A Perspective Review Series