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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: “The Tax Collector” (2020)

•Available To Rent Or Purchase On All Streaming Platforms Including: Vudu, AppleTV, Prime Video and Fandango Now Writer and director David Ayer, the creator and writer of “Training Day” not only helped Denzel Washington win his second Oscar. But it put Ayer on the map as writer and director of slick and gritty crime thrillers that all focus on law …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: “Antebellum” (2020)

•Premieres Friday September 18th and available to rent on all major streaming platforms including Vudu, AppleTV+, Prime Video, Google Play and Fandango Now. “Antebelleum” just happened to be next in line to premiere in theaters when studios began shuffling their releases amid the pandemic. Like most movies, it’s meant to be experienced with an audience and in a theater, but …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: “Irresistible”

Actor and ex host of “The Daily Show” Jon Stewart returns with his second directorial effort “Irresistible”, produced by Brad Pitt. Jon Stewart gives us a sharp political satire that takes aim at the money, hype and competition mentality that drives our electoral system. While this is exactly the kind of genre that fans want from Stewart and being the …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: “Mulan” (2020)

•Now Available For $29.99 With A Disney+ Subscription• Disney continues their recent obsession of remaking their animated films into live action movies and their latest is “Mulan”. Almost being shelved indefinitely due to the pandemic and a summer of doing the release date tango. Disney has made the inevitable decision to release the film to their streaming service Disney+ for …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: “Robin’s Wish” (2020)

•Now Available On Vudu, Amazon Prime and Apple+ Streaming Platforms•Robin Williams’ death in 2014 was a heart wrenching blow that took a piece out of everyone across the world. Robin Williams’ wife, Susan Williams, heads the documentary “Robin’s Wish” and sets the record straight of early reports that the brilliant entertainer had taken his own life from depression, financial problems, …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: “All Together Now” (2020)

•Now Available To Stream On Netflix• Netflix’s newest film “All Together Now”, comes from indie director Brett Halsey and stars local Hawaiian actress Auli’i Cravalho. The Oahu actress who made her breakthrough as the voice of Disney’s “Moana”, now gets her shot at her first live action leading role. Cravalho is charming and builds a character that feels lived in …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: “The One and Only Ivan”

•Now Available To Stream On Disney+ “The One and Only Ivan” has something in common with the new “Planet Of The Apes” films, besides having a primate be it’s lead star. It’s the fact that both films are done with a completely flawless blend of CGI and live action. Based on the real life story and children’s novel illustrated by …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: The Burnt Orange Heresy” (2020)

Now available on Vudu, Amazon Prime, Apple+, DVD and Blu Ray “The Burnt Orange Heresy” is based on the Charles Willeford’s 1971 novel and directed by Italian filmmaker Giuseppe Capotondi. He retains that throwback feel of a neo-noir masking as an art history lesson winding up into a thriller of beautiful people doing bad things. Headlining the film is up …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews – “Bill & Ted: Face The Music”

The dudes who took you on an excellent adventure and a bogus journey are back!  That’s right Bill & Ted of the Wyld Stallions return thirty years later to save the world with their life changing song. Stars Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves return to their most excellent roles in “Bill & Ted: Face The Music”. Original creators and screenwriters Chris …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: “Tesla” (2020)

The biopic of “Tesla” was indie writer and director Michael Almereyda’s passion project, that was nearly forty years in the making. While most filmmakers play it safe and go for the Hollywood biopic formula. Almereyda’s 1880 period piece, cleverly turns the genre on it’s head and eschews those standard conventions. To tell the story the fourth wall is broken, while …

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