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Bryan Cranston was better known for comedic roles at the time of his casting, but when approached to play the lead in Breaking Bad, he was told the character of Walter White would progress from “Mr. Chips” to “Scarface” by producer Vince Gilligan.

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The world’s best beetle battle.

Saturday matinees are a perfect place for a kaiju battle. And you know what’s better than kaiju fighting one another? Kaiju teaming up with giant robots to fight other Kaiju.

Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think.

This captain really is a marvel.

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Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think.

Star Trek’s “Multiverse of Madness”

At the time, the TNG episode, “Parallels” was an interesting exploration of the multi-verse concept and basic quantum theory. Little did anyone know it would be the foundation for the Kelvin-verse as it appeared in ST:2009.

Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think.

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In his review of FEMALE PRISONER #701: SCORPION, the PGS’s resident Asian cinephile, Jason Webster, claims actress Meiko Kaji and the sub-genre of “female revenge” films may have paved the way for female action heroes to come.

Read his review to learn more.

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The Burnettwork is pleased to present the entries to its first film festival event: The Intergalactic Imagination Connoisseurs’ Film Festival. Over seventy entries were received and are currently being evaluated for final selection.

On December 25, 2020, The Burnettwork will present its final selections for the IICFF which will be judged by industry professionals in early January.

Winners will receive a cash award, IICFF statue and recognition in an awards ceremony scheduled for January.

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A movie you have to see to believe.

A movie you have to see to believe.

An unlikely hero but the right man for the job, Peter O’Toole plays T.E. Lawrence, a lieutenant in the British army sent to Arabia to find and convince Prince Faisal to aid in their fight against the Turks.

read more
David Lynch returns to Twin Peaks

David Lynch returns to Twin Peaks

During the summer of 2017, David Lynch and writing partner Mark Frost brought viewers back to Twin Peaks for a reunion that answered many of the questions first asked 25 years earlier – and left new ones behind.

read more
A superhero with a Rock-n-Roll edge.

A superhero with a Rock-n-Roll edge.

James O’Barr’s comic, The Crow, got the big-screen treatment in 1994 and audiences everywhere were blown away by the on-screen presence of Brandon Lee in the lead role. Unfortunately, it was his last role.

read more
Who’s the meathead now?

Who’s the meathead now?

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read more
The world’s best beetle battle.

The world’s best beetle battle.

Saturday matinees are a perfect place for a kaiju battle. And you know what’s better than kaiju fighting one another? Kaiju teaming up with giant robots to fight other Kaiju.

Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think.

read more
This captain really is a marvel.

This captain really is a marvel.

Is she a girl from Earth or a bad-ass Kree warrior? Carol Danvers has a lot to learn about herself, her home world and the role she plays in holding it all together.

Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think.

read more
Star Trek’s “Multiverse of Madness”

Star Trek’s “Multiverse of Madness”

At the time, the TNG episode, “Parallels” was an interesting exploration of the multi-verse concept and basic quantum theory. Little did anyone know it would be the foundation for the Kelvin-verse as it appeared in ST:2009.

Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think.

read more
Pushing the boundaries of Asian cinema in the 70s.

Pushing the boundaries of Asian cinema in the 70s.

In his review of FEMALE PRISONER #701: SCORPION, the PGS’s resident Asian cinephile, Jason Webster, claims actress Meiko Kaji and the sub-genre of “female revenge” films may have paved the way for female action heroes to come.

Read his review to learn more.

read more
Is BATMAN FOREVER the best Batman film from the Burton/Schumacher era?

Is BATMAN FOREVER the best Batman film from the Burton/Schumacher era?

Imagination Connoisseur, Ash Chauhan, makes a case for re-considering BATMAN FOREVER – often maligned by fans as “the other Schumacher film.” But is that fair? There’s more to this movie than the over-the-top performances of Tommy Lee Jones and Jim Carrey – and it may be worth a second look.

Read his review to learn more.

read more
This 1980 remake is no “flash” in the pan.

This 1980 remake is no “flash” in the pan.

It may not have taken the universe by storm when it was released, but Imagination Connoisseur, Jason Webster, explains why FLASH GORDON has continued to build a huge following of devoted fans – even 40 years following its release.

Read his review to learn more.

read more
Danger, Danger Will Robinson!

Danger, Danger Will Robinson!

Can a space colony family survive when an accidental stowaway throws their ship hopelessly off course? Of course they can – when they’re the Robinsons.

Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think.

read more
East meets Western

East meets Western

David Carradine wandering the American West as a Shaolin Monk, kicking ass in slo-mo … KUNG FU was probably the most unconventional Western on TV in the 1970s. Right, Grasshopper? Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think.

read more
The original “suicide squad”

The original “suicide squad”

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POW, ZOCK, BASH … take a trip to camp that never gets old.

POW, ZOCK, BASH … take a trip to camp that never gets old.

It’s not every day a TV show makes the transition from small screen to big screen. But if anyone could do it, BATMAN could – especially when it’s a smash hit comedy for ABC in the mid-60s. We review the movie and what it did to the comic book genre of films.

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Wrath of Khan redux

Wrath of Khan redux

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Landing the girl the hard way.

Landing the girl the hard way.

The king is sacrificing virgins to a dragon and our hero decides he’s going to put a stop to it all when the next victim is to be the king’s daughter … seems like there are better ways to impress a girl. Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think.

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