Top Gun Review: Does the Film Crash and Burn? | LightTrain

Greetings and welcome back aboard the LightTrain: “Exploring the Realms of Film”. I’m your conductor and today we’re going to go over Top Gun, released in 1986 and directed by Tony Scott. Now, Top Gun‘s sequel, Maverick, was originally slated for release this summer but has since been moved. We’ll cover that one in theContinue reading “Top Gun Review: Does the Film Crash and Burn? | LightTrain”

Dr. X: Exploitation Film Trailer Special Vol. 1 – LightTrain

Oh, hello and welcome back aboard the Train. Being locked up inside truly is a bore, isn’t it? Throw into the mix social distancing and a supreme lack of motivation and I’ve become a wreck. I dare say you have too. So I did what I always do when I’m down in the dumps, IContinue reading “Dr. X: Exploitation Film Trailer Special Vol. 1 – LightTrain”

The Art of Genndy Tartakovsky’s STAR WARS: CLONE WARS – LightTrain

May the force be with you my friend, for it is Star Wars day! Here handling the locomotive’s controls is G.H Nowak, your conductor. Ah, The Clone Wars, a CGI action cartoon with fluid battles and captivating tales; it may have began stiff and uninspired but with the seasons came something so much more heartfeltContinue reading “The Art of Genndy Tartakovsky’s STAR WARS: CLONE WARS – LightTrain”

4 Lost/Destroyed Pieces of Lost Media Vol. 1 – Out of Order

Hey guys and welcome back aboard for episode 2 of Out of Order, the show where I count down a variety of topics in completely mixed up array. It’s also rather gloomy where the Train is traveling through so now’s a perfect time to begin delving into my new lost media series. This term appliesContinue reading “4 Lost/Destroyed Pieces of Lost Media Vol. 1 – Out of Order”

Top 7 Most Expensive Theatrical Film Disasters – Out of Order

Welcome to Out of Order, the show where I count subjects down – out of order. Who would’ve thought, right? When a film fails to earn it’s budget back from theatrical ticket sales they are bestowed the dismaying crown of a box office bomb. And that’s what we’ll be talking about today, the Top SevenContinue reading “Top 7 Most Expensive Theatrical Film Disasters – Out of Order”

How My Ratings System Works

1/10 – Garbage Movie “Avoid” Pretty much unwatchable. Every single element is stained, and redeeming qualities are nonexistent. 2/10 – Awful Flick “Not worth your time” Slightly more better than a One. These are usually just as dreadful, but this time around there is at least one redeeming feature, like a specific scene or certainContinue reading “How My Ratings System Works”

February 2020 Month In Quiz (Jurassic World III, WandaVision, Joss Whedon)

Do you have the wits to enter the pit and answer these ten movie and TV questions? If so, welcome back to the second edition of the Month in Quiz. Holy mackerel, it’s already the end of February? Feels like it just began last week! Below this intro is the ultimate round-up of the mediaContinue reading “February 2020 Month In Quiz (Jurassic World III, WandaVision, Joss Whedon)”

The Peanuts Movie Review: Is it Deserving of a “Good Grief”? – LightTrain

Bonjour, I am your conductor Gavin Nowak yet again returning to my helm of reviewing movies for your information and entertainment. Whether you’re a longtime fan of the Peanuts comic strip or are just familiar with the holiday specials, I would recommend its first feature length endeavour [since 1980s Bon Voyage Charlie Brown (and Don’tContinue reading “The Peanuts Movie Review: Is it Deserving of a “Good Grief”? – LightTrain”

A Roger Rabbit Retrospective, and 3 Points of Living Animation – LightTrain

Clickety Clack Down the Track and welcome aboard once again! Just a brief reminder: I am not talking about the Oscars this year, as everyone else seems to pump out articles about it left and right and my posts take a longer time to make. For now, here’s one of my backup posts where IContinue reading “A Roger Rabbit Retrospective, and 3 Points of Living Animation – LightTrain”

January 2020 Month in Quiz (Harley Quinn, Monty Python, Wes Anderson)

It’s Friday! Woo-hoo! The welcome gateway to the weekend has arrived and I myself am wondering where I can visit to have some exceptional fun before Monday whizzes back like a boomerang to whack me. But today is a rather eventful Friday, since a shiny new monthly series has been throttled into left gear… TheContinue reading “January 2020 Month in Quiz (Harley Quinn, Monty Python, Wes Anderson)”