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Netflix's HOLLYWOOD Season 1 Review 'Found It Entertaining & Engaging'

Zach Reviews- HOLLYWOOD Season 1 Website: Youtube Channel for sandwichjohnfilms: Make sure to follow Zach on Twitter- Youtube- The copyright act of 1976 under section 107, allows the use of copyrighted material for “fair use” purposes which includes, criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, and research. Discuss this with fellow SJF fans on Facebook . On Twitter, follow us at @SandwichJohnFilms Please Leave A Comment-

Stargate Is Back

Read The Latest News Regarding The Beloved Franchise Story by David Clark In 1994 a movie named Stargate was released that was almost immediately considered a success; however, nobody dreamed of how far that movie would go. In the two decades following the release a franchise was born that consisted of cartoons, comics, books, movies, and television shows. Now, 20 years after the release of the original movie, Stargate is being infused with new life in the form of a reboot. The original concept and screenwriting for the 1994 Stargate movie was done by Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin . For those that do not know these two individuals they have spent time in the industry as actors, writers, producers, and directors who most recently were in the news for the successful greenlight on the upcoming Independence Day sequel. In an interview with Devlin he expressed excitement at the opportunity for improving the vision of the franchise while adding to the storied legacy that

Does Hollywood need to go Back to School ?

Does Hollywood need to go Back to School ? This summer is on track to equal, and maybe even surpass, the B.O. record. To date, tallies are running even with last year's summer numbers at $3.6 billion. And it could eclipse the record-breaking $4.3 billion earned in summer 2008.a So in theory, studio executives have plenty to learn by studying what worked this summer -- and what didn't. But, in fact, Hollywood has tried some daring experiments with the summer formula this year and the results are inconclusive. There were whopping successes and embarrassing failures, and execs are scratching their heads to figure out why some succeeded and others didn't. There are plenty of questions to be raised from these numbers. •Does a May bow assure longer playing times? A few years ago, the studios opened three blockbuster titles in May: The third editions of "Spider-Man," "Pirates" and "Shrek," all had great bows, followed by long shelf lives. This year,