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After a long delay, the THREE-WORD review has returned – now as a daily feature! If you’ve seen the movie or TV show featured in today’s post, leave your three word review in the comments section below or on the PGS Three-Word Review Facebook Group. Each week we’ll select one review as a “winner” and send the lucky Imagination Connoisseur a $20 Amazon Gift Card.
THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER is a classic story set at the end of the Cold War. Starring Sean Connery and Alec Baldwin. Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think.
Quite possibly the most popular episode of Star Trek: The Original Series, the David Gerrold-penned “The Trouble With Tribbles” presented a whole new kind of adversary for the Enterprise crew. Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think of the episode.
Before you could have “a new hope” the Galactic Empire needed to rise. That’s where THE CLONE WARS comes in to play. Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think.
Watch Bruce Willis’s breakout role (before there was DIE HARD). He and Cybill Shepherd captivated 80s TV audiences with their snarky, hilarious detective show, MOONLIGHTING. Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think.
Denzel Washington and Morgan Freeman star in this Civil War-era film about a company of soldiers who have to fight racism within their own ranks as well as the Confederates. Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think.
Bruce Dern’s performance as Earth’s last park ranger in SILENT RUNNING is riveting and heart-breaking. Have you seen this early 70s sci-fi classic? Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think.
It only lasted one season, the main character swam kinda funny, and the stories were a little “out there” but who didn’t love MAN FROM ATLANTIS when it aired in the 70s? Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you remember about this classic, 70s action-adventure show.
The life-changing (and time-changing) adventures of Marty McFly in BACK TO THE FUTURE is often described as “a perfect movie.” Leave us your 3 word review.
When Star Trek finally returned, it burst onto the big screen in STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE. Leave your 3 word review.
Do you remember Mike Connors and Gail FIsher in MANNIX? It was one of the most physically demanding and violent private eye shows of the 60s. Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you remember.
Quite possibly the best movie about the Mob in Hollywood history, GOODFELLAS is a violent love letter to the “bad old days” of La Cosa Nostra in 60s – 70s New York City. Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think.
Mel Brooks gave the world an irreverent look at Western tropes with BLAZING SADDLES. By today’s standards, the humor in this film may offend – but that’s kinda the point. Leave your 3 word review and tell us why you ride a blazin’ saddle.
In the 60s, Sunday nights belonged to Disney. Initially used to help sell color TVs to American consumers, by the late 60s, Disney’s only competition came from the 60 MINUTES news magazine and annual telecasts of THE WIZARD OF OZ. Do you remember Disney’s “Wonderful World” program on Sunday nights? Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you remember.
Reliving the classic tropes of the 1930s and 40s movie serials, THE ROCKETEER blasted onto screens in 1991 but never seemed to break through with audiences. Leave your 3 word review and tell us why.
Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman star in Se7en, and hunt down a serial killer using the seven deadly sins as motivation. What will it take to motivate you to leave a 3-word review?
Arguably the best of the Star Wars movies, THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK is full of action, adventure and, quite possibly, one of the biggest plot twists in the history of cinema. Let us know what you think of this movie with a non-spoilery, three-word review.
When it hit theaters in 1968, PLANET OF THE APES took people’s breath away. Tell us what you thought of it in a 3-word review …
The Captain America movies in the MCU have been tight, action/espionage films and CIVIL WAR does not disappoint. Tell us what you think of it in just three words …
Holy Prime Time! The Caped Crusader and Boy Wonder were a big hit in the 60s with the BATMAN TV show starring Adam West and Burt Ward. Give us your 3-word review …
In the early 2000s, a little space-western rode into our lives and then left again before its first season came to a satisfying conclusion – and it changed the way we thought about sci-fi in the process. Tell us what you thought about FIREFLY in today’s 3-word review challenge.
Where were you in the early 70s? If you were George Lucas, you were busy reliving your high school days in 1962, shooting and producing AMERICAN GRAFFITI.
Hilarity ensues when a family of monsters move into the neighborhood. THE MUNSTERS was a smash hit in the mid-60s. Do you remember Herman, Lilly, Grandpa and the kids? How would you describe this show to a Millenial today? You have three words …
The often-maligned Star Trek series, ENTERPRISE, is ignored despite a break-through third season known as “The Xindi Arc.” Let us know where you fall when it comes to evaluating the Star Trek prequel’s epic adventure.
When it comes to ground-breaking films setting the “tone” of sci-fi films to come, THE MATRIX stands out as one worth special attention. Premiering in 1999, the film broke set up a series of stories – but have they lived up or not? Why not sum it up for us in three words …