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Can’t Star Trek fans just all get along?

Can’t Star Trek fans just all get along?

Imagination Connoisseur, Sean Pullen, provides an alternate view of the Star Trek: Discovery episode "Unification III" which takes a closer look at the relationship between Romulans and Vulcans, ten centuries after the 24th Century.

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Why is Baby Yoda such a big baby?

Why is Baby Yoda such a big baby?

In a hot take sure to endear him to fans of The Mandalorian, Imagination Connoisseur Guy Lloyd Broyles, III, asks what's wrong with "The Child" (a.k.a. Baby Yoda) and why, after fifty years, the kid still doesn't know the difference between red and blue.

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Hollywood’s record with the military is mixed at best

Hollywood’s record with the military is mixed at best

Imagination Connoisseur, Anand Gonsalves, doesn't agree that all Hollywood films that depict the military are pro-military propaganda. In fact, even when the military is involved in making the films, the storylines aren't always complimentary.

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THE MARK OF ZORRO turns 100! Touche!

THE MARK OF ZORRO turns 100! Touche!

PGS Film Historian, Omar 94, writes in to remind us of some notable late-November anniversaries for classic films - and to bring our attention to the centennial anniversary of the classic silent film, THE MARK OF ZORRO - quite possibly one of the first "superhero" films.

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These days even critics have critics

These days even critics have critics

Kal Kamel, the Imagination Connoisseur known through the PGS as "S'wak Props" writes in with his analysis of how those who are critical of some genre franchises are, in turn, subjected to fan criticism as well. Who knew naval gazing could be a full-contact sport?

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Interesting observations about The Mandalorian

Interesting observations about The Mandalorian

Our ever-curious Imagination Connoisseur, Desmond, writes in with his observations about The Mandalorian that keeps him thinking about the main character's development and where this series could lead in the future.

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Congrats on 100 WINE-ning ABOUT MOVIES episodes!

Congrats on 100 WINE-ning ABOUT MOVIES episodes!

On the verge on 100 episodes, WINE-ning ABOUT MOVIES has become a mainstay of The Burnettwork line-up. Imagination Connoisseur, Black Philip Alvarez, offers his congratulations and explains why he enjoys the show.

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Can blockbusters survive in a post-theater landscape?

Can blockbusters survive in a post-theater landscape?

Will the Hollywood Blockbuster become a casualty of the COVID-19 crisis? Who knows how those massive, mega-budget films will fare if there isn't much of a movie exhibition business left after the pandemic. Imagination Connoisseur Guy Lloyd Broyles, III, explains.

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Tapping into the potential of pop culture

Tapping into the potential of pop culture

Is "pop culture" a bad thing for society? Imagination Connoisseur, Emil Johansson, lays out his philosophy of storytelling and what he views as the potential for pop culture tales to affect real change in society.

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“Giving thanks” for lesser-known actors

“Giving thanks” for lesser-known actors

The Imagination Connoisseur known as "MKay" remembers the actress, Brittany Murphy, who passed away at the age of 32 in 2009 and whose life was the subject of a recent Lifetime Network biopic.

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