#ThrowbackThursday: Is There a ‘Scarface’ Remake in the Works?


Whether you are familiar with the film or not, “say hello to my little friend” is a phrase you probably are familiar with, from the one and only Tony Montana in Scarface.


Scarface has gone down in history as a classic film. The 1983 crime film was directed by Brian de Palma, produced by Marty Bregman, written by Oliver Stone and starred Al Pacino who had an extraordinary performance playing the role of Antonio ‘Tony’ Montana.

Tony Montana arrives in Miami from Cuba with nothing to his name. Montana has one hell of a journey, eventually becoming the biggest drug lord in the state, providing cocaine for dealers around the world. As Tony rises to ‘success’ in the drug business, a target on his head seems to get bigger and the pressure is on by everyone from the police to the Colombians.

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Throwback Thursday: Ghostbusters!


It is Thursday; you know what that means – Throwback Thursday! Today we are throwing it back to a classic (what’s new?). The 1984 American comedic, and kind of supernatural, film – Ghostbusters!

This original film written by Ivan Reitman was actually produced by two of its main actors, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis. Aykroyd and Ramis along with Bill Murray played three parapsychologists in New York City who start their own business. Sounds pretty ordinary, except their business was one for catching ghosts – which Ernie Hudson’s character finds out when he joins in on it. In the film, we get to witness these men take on ‘clients’ who need their services in catching ghosts, and all of the crazy things they encounter while doing it.

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Throwback Thursday: Ciara’s (@ciara) Top 5 Throwback Videos!


Today we are dedicating our throwback Thursday to newlywed, Ciara! We are going to take it back to tiara’s top five throwback videos – in which she is know for showing off her killer dance moves and super fit hot body!

You already know we have to include Cici’s first major hit, released back in 2004. This video starred a young hot Ciara, and shows a few familiar faces including Petey Pablo, Jazzy Phae, Monica and Rasheeda. Here is the video for ‘Goodies’ featuring Petey Pablo!

The second single also released in 2004, off of the same album ‘Goodies’, was the dance anthem back in they day – 1,2 Step featuring Missy Elliot.

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[VIDEO] Throwback Thursday: Training Day


I am sure that if I turned your TV on to this week’s throwback, most of you could recite a few of Denzel Washington’s lines in it. You have probably guessed it – this week we are reminiscing on the early 2000’s film, Training Day.

Directed by Antoine Fuqua, this film had a pretty solid cast, including Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke, Eva Mendes, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Cliff Curtis and more. The film was about a Los Angeles Police Department narcotics officer “training” a rookie on his first day, and taking him through the inner-city busting drug dealers. However, it doesn’t take too long before we realize Detective Alonzo Harris, played by Denzel, is not quite who we think he is.

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#ThrowbackThursday- “Independence Day”


Today we are throwing it back to the American science fiction film Independence Day. We all remember this classic starring Will Smith, Jeff Goldblum, Mary McDonnell, Bill Pullman and more. Independence Day was about a crazy alien attack in the Nevada desert, and people coming together to plan a counter attack, which was to take place on July 4th, hence the film’s title “Independence Day.”

The 1996 film was a huge hit, and really helped in advancing Will Smith’s acting career. Prior to Independence Day, the actor starred in films Six Degrees of Separation and Bad Boys. This one however, blew him over the top, as it became the second highest grossing film in history during that time! After that his outstanding performance in the film, Will Smith got casted for many more box office hits such as Men in Black, Enemy of the State and more.

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#ThrowbackThursday: MacGyver is Back!

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This week’s Throwback Thursday is dedicated to the one and only, MacGyver. Incase you didn’t own a TV back in the 80’s, MacGyver was a very popular American television series based on the fictional character Angus MacGyver, and his many adventures.

The show started in 1985 and ran for seven seasons on ABC. It was created by Lee David Zlotoff, and produced by Henry Winkler and John Rich. The action-adventure series was filmed in Los Angeles for some seasons and in Vancouver for others. The final episode aired in 1992.

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#ThrowbackThursday- “Lethal Weapon”

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Watching movies in the late 80’s and early 90’s there was the must-see action-packed comedy film series ‘Lethal Weapon’, all directed by Richard Donner.

Lethal Weapon is a series of cop action films starring some of our favorite actors, including main roles, Mel Gibson and Danny Glover.

In this series of classic films, Gibson and Glover play the roles of Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh, two officers working for the Los Angeles Police Department. While Roger’s character is a more laid back, older family man who just celebrated his 50th birthday in the start of the film, he is partnered up with Martin, who on the other hand is more of a wild one that can say or do anything crazy at any given moment.

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