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Doctor Strange Movie Review Podcast Part 2

Doctor Strange is still making its rounds in theaters and there is plenty of buzz surrounding how good this film really is. Is it good? Is it bad? Is it one of Marvel’s best? Find out here as the Outkasts of Podcasts (Joshua Dairen and Jordan Wright) review (part 2) one of the hottest comic book films of 2016!!! Disagree? Agree? Drop some comments. Let’s Talk!

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Nostalgia and the New Era: The Return of Veterans and Classics to the Big Screen

The landscape of movies is constantly changing. At second glance, it would be easy to believe that today’s date was somewhere between 1990 and 2005. More and more, stars that we assumed were well past their primes have been saturating screens, both big and small, and have begun to make their presence known once again refusing to get lost in the shuffle.

These past few years have created the opportunity for older stars to return to the medium that made them and it has been welcomed with open arms from those who find themselves on the outside looking in, wondering how this resurgence began and why.

Careers have been completely revitalized even as the new wave of talent has come flooding in. Winona Ryder in Stranger Things, which has already become a cult classic, is a reminder of the star she was in the 90’s through her performance.

Photo: Netflix 

Ben Affleck, who was nearly forgotten, rose from the ashes as the new Batman in the DC extended universe.

Photo: Warner Bros.

Michael Keaton got a fresh start again as Birdman and is now a featured character in the upcoming Spider-Man film.

Photo: Fox Searchlight

And now, Eddie Murphy has come out of a long hiatus to grace the big screens as Mr. Church.

Photo: Andy Kropa

This era of millennials is fascinated with nostalgia. Not only is the clothing littered with vibes from the 1990’s, but film has been tapping into the need for millennials to feel the decades that have passed them by. Star Wars is one of the shining examples of that as its 2015 release broke records and showed that it was still very much relevant to even the casual fan.

Filmmakers and television show runners alike are beginning to see the power in nostalgia hence the massive push for remakes and continuations of popular films.

Photo: Comingsoon.net

Power Rangers is a movie that has become a headliner already as a major remake of a popular franchise in 2017. The anticipation and buzz that this film has created has managed to get fans excited, maybe a little worried, but definitely ready to experience the what the Rangers have to offer to the silver screen…again.

Photo: Robert Zuckerman

Bad Boys III makes the list as a continuation of another film that has had a bit of time gap since its predecessor Bad Boys II. The thought of a sequel featuring two long-term veterans in Will Smith and Martin Lawrence already ushers in an atmosphere of the same magic they captured in both movies. Fans want to see it and for good reason. Two top-tier actors are returning to a franchise years later after the hopes of a final film to form a trilogy were not as likely as some wanted. Now, Bad Boys III has been greenlit and is looking to capitalize on this new era’s focus on classics.

As mentioned before, it is not just the films that are getting a vintage retouch. Their actors are as well. Expect to see many more pioneers of the entertainment industry to make their fateful comebacks in various forms of media. Now is the time where the door is wide open for them to return and hopefully continue to resurrect their careers for a new and changing generation.

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