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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: The Lion King (2019)

Director/Actor Jon Faverau Directs Disney’s “The Lion King”. For New Generation’s You’ll Love This, For Those Who Know The Animated Film Will Be Bored As It’s Cinematically Shot For Shot. Faverau’s Direction Is  Some Of The Most Beautiful Camera Work & The Visual Effects Are Truly Astonishing & Oscar Worthy.  Disney’s beloved 1994 animated classic “The Lion King”, had just …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Fast Color

Writer & Director Julia Hart Brings Us This Years “Kin”. Just As The Baker Brothers Did With “Kin”, It’s A Lower Budgeted Sci-Fi/Drama That Brings Innovative Ideas To Produce An Impactful Final Product. “Fast Color” Is A Smart, Original Film Made With Care & Love, That Celebrates The Power Of Women. One Of My Favorite Films Of The Year.  In …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Stuber

Uber Finally Gets It’s Own Movie With Dave Bautista & Kumail Nanjiani Along For The Ride In “Stuber”. It Tries To Pay Homage To The 80’s Buddy Cop Comedies, Just Not The Good Ones. It Starts Off Great & Wears Itself Out By Being Too Repetitive, Not Funny Enough & Cliché Filled.  Stop me if you heard this one before? …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: The Public

Written, Directed, Produced & Starring Emilio Estevez. “The Public” Is A Career High As Estevez Gives Us One Of The Years Very Best Films. A Film So Passionate About It’s Cause, It’s A Movie That Matters & Makes A Great Conversation Starter. It’s A Rousing, Inspiring Story With Rich Characters That’s My Second Best Film Of The Year.  One of …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Midsommar

Writer/Director Ari Aster Follows Up His Masterpiece “Hereditary”, With His Sophomore Effort “Midsommar”. While Beautifully Directed, It’s Like A Dry & Bland Coachella Festival That Has No Headliner, Only Hipsters Dressed In White Flailing Their Arms Around & Grunting For Two & Half Hours.  Last year, writer/director Ari Aster impressed horror fans with one of the best horror films of …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Yesterday

Director Danny Boyle & Screenwriter Richard Curtis Create A Musical Version Of The Thanos Snap Where “The Beatles” Don’t Exist (If You Can Believe That One). While The Film Is Breezy, Charming & Delightfully Engaging. It’s Also A Frustrated & Confusing Experience That Leaves Many Questions Unanswered In “Yesterday”.  No band has stood the test of time quite like The …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews • Spider-Man: Far From Home

No Finger-Snap From Thanos Can Keep Tom Holland Down. As “Spider-Man: Far From Home” Is A Sequel That Rises Above & Reaches The Greatness Of Sam Raimi & Tobey Maguire’s “Spider-Man 2”, As One Of The Great Sequels. This Is What Summer Movies Are All About. A Big Screen Event Not To Be Missed.  2017’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming” was an element …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Toy Story 4

Woody Takes Center Stage As Buzz Lightyear Gets Regulated To A Few Lines (bummer), While Keanu Reeves Steals The Show As Canadian Stuntman Duke Caboom. “Toy Story 4” Doesn’t Feel Like A Cash Grab That Manages To Still Be Heartwarming & Funny With That Magical Pixar Animation.  I remember watching the first “Toy Story” in theaters like it was yesterday. …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews Presents: Child’s Play (2019)

Norwegian Filmmaker Lars Klevberg Re-Imagines The Iconic Killer Doll Chucky In A New Take On “Child’s Play”. While True Fans Of Chucky Will Be Skeptical About It. It’s Actually A Slick, Creative & Fun Horror Comedy.  A staple of the horror genre, “Child’s Play” movies have been scaring audiences for over three decades now, spawning seven films from 1988 to …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Late Night

Emma Thompson Gives One Of Her Best Performances In Recent Years As Host Of A Late Night Talk Show. While Writer, Co-Producer & Star Mindy Kaling Makes Her Screenwriting Debut With A Smart, Breezy, Witty, Crowd Pleasing & Timely Comedy In “Late Night”.  I thought it was going to be hard to find a competitor to April’s release of “Long …

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