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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews With Special Guest Presents: The Goldfinch

A-Ron’s Movie Reviews With Special Guest Maile Alderwerelt, Present: “The Goldfinch”. Based On The 2013 Pulitzer Prize Winning Novel, The Film Adaptation Has Received Some Of The Years Worst Reviews. While Fans Of The Novel (as my special guest is), You Won’t Find The Film On Your Best Of The Year List. If You Look At It From Just A …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Downton Abbey

After A Six Season Run That Featured Six Emmy Award Wins & Becoming A Pop Culture Phenomenon. The PBS British Drama Is Back After Much Fan Demand, Four Years After The Series Finale. Creator Julian Fellowes, Cast & Crew Return As They Present “Downton Abbey” For The Big Screen. The Film Is A Two Hour Episode That Like The Series …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews – IT: Chapter Two

Director Andy Muschietti Returns To The Town Of Derry To Continue The Story Of The Losers Club As They Vow To Defeat Pennywise For Good. With A Triumphant Leading Cast & An Excellent Show Stopping Performance From Bill Hader. At Nearly Three Hours Long “It Chapter 2” Is Still A Solid, Well Crafted & Great Looking Follow-Up. Although It Would …

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A-Ron’s Top 10 Summer Flicks

Well movie fans another summer movie season has come and gone. Overall this summers movies weren’t the biggest or the best in comparison to past years. Regardless there were some great stuff out there. Which summer films made your best list? Comment at the bottom of the page and let me know your picks. Here is my Top 10 Best …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: Kin (2018)

New Filmmakers Josh and Jonathan Baker Adapt Their 2013 Short Film Into One Of 2018’s Best Films. Completely Original, Smartly Written, Beautiful Visual Effects & A Spectacular Direction That Will Lead Them To Being The Next Steven Spielberg. “Kin” Is Ambitious But The Material Pays Off In Their Attention To Detail & Character Development. “Kin” Is Incredible Experience I Will …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Ready Or Not

“Ready Or Not” Depicts Hide & Seek In The Best Way & When The Movie Ends, You’ll Be Glad You Were A Part Of It. Star Samara Weaving Is Perfectly Casted As The Quirky Badass Bride In The Years Most Entertainingly Gonzo Picture With Explosive Classic Horror/Comedy Violence. Directors Matt Bettinelli Olpin & Tyler Gillett Create A Thrill Ride From …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: The Peanut Butter Falcon

Shia LaBeouf Returns In Top Form Alongside Zach Gottsagen Who Overcomes His Down Syndrome To Become A Breakout Star. Directors Tyler Nilson & Michael Schwartz “The Peanut Butter Falcon” Is An Affecting Human Dramedy, That Rarely Finds A Flaw. It’s Filled With Winning Performances, Smart Script & An Easygoing Direction. A Real Gem Among Summer Movies & One Of The …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Angel Has Fallen

Gerard Butler Isn’t The Same Mike Banning From The Previous Films, But He Is Still The Only Hope To Save The President For The Third Time. While Becoming A Fugitive On The Run Trying To Clear His Name, A Scene Stealing Nick Nolte Is Along For The Ride & Reminds Us Why, He Was Once One Of Our Favorite Leading …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Where’d You Go Bernadette

Prolific & Original Writer/Director Richard Linklater Hits Another Career High With His Dramedy “Where’d You Go Bernadette”. Led By Two Time Oscar Winner Cate Blanchett Who Creates A Flawed & Complex Character In Another Career Performance. “Where’d You Go Bernadette” Is Tightly Plotted & Another Showcase In Linklater’s Ability To Display Human Relationships.  Richard Linklater is one of the most …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Dora And The Lost City Of Gold

Isabela Moner Once Again Showcases Her Ability As A Charming & Infectious Screen Presence. Director James Bobin Keeps A Loving Homage To The Animated Series. While Keeping “Dora and The Lost City of Gold” With A Smart Screenplay, A Marvelous Sense Of Playfulness & Breezy-Ness. One Of The Most Entertaining Films I’ve Seen This Year. There Is Fun To Be …

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