Perspective Reviews – Your Favorite Movies – The Educational & Professional’s Perspectives
The science fiction horror world gave film making history something truly special when James Cameron’s The TERMINATOR was released in 1984. It sparked one of the most legendary series of characters ever created,
How many of you LIKE our current President of the United States? Whether you’re a fan or not, the fact is that feature films galore have featured both real and fictional Presidents for a very long time. Inside of 1997’s Air Force One,
In 1980, we learned the POWER of “The Empire” when it struck back against the Rebel forces for 2 hours and 7 minutes. That power was accompanied by one of the – if not the greatest-paced movies of all time but also a question. That question?
There is a strange entry that is classified as “the Best Christmas Movie of All Time”, and while it features the words, “Ho, Ho, Ho”, Merry Christmas, and takes place in December – the FIREWORKS featured inside the movie are the captivating piece of it...
The color – Red. The Make – Plymouth. The value – Awesome. In 1983 there were a lot of big things goin’ on. Hair. Neon colored clothes. The expectations of your woodshop instructor. The other big thing that was going on,
Frozen Tundra was a pretty normal phrase for me when I was a kid. Having grown up in Chicago, then Wisconsin, Frozen Tundras were a regular, icy occurrence but – in 1980 – there was a frozen tundra experience that started something completely different...
As children of the 80’s, our imaginations propelled us into great adventures. Fighting against a Galactic Empire in a galaxy far, far away? Yep. Learning to “Never Say Die” as we hunt for pirate treasure through booby trapped caves? Of course.
While all of us have an affinity in regard to dinosaurs but all of us can remember when we saw dinosaurs – in front of us – on the silver screen for the first time. In 1993’s Jurassic Park, technology, talents and storyline combine to create a true cla...
August 29th of each year is a very special day. A day when all things end, and begin anew after the machines become self-aware at 2:14am/EST. Regardless of whether you’re a Terminator fan or not, moviegoers will agree that Terminator 2,
1977 was a very memorable year for a lot of people. For those that can remember May 1977, they’ll remember sights, sounds, storylines and special effects that continue to stand the test of feature film time. 2GuysTalking has been around 12 years now,