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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: Holmes & Watson

Shake & Bake For It’s All Elementary As Will Ferrell And John C. Reilly Re-Teams And Become Best Friends Again As The Iconic Detective Duo, But Is It Really As Bad As Everyone Says It Is? More than 100 actors have played Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s iconic character Sherlock Holmes on screen over a span of more than 100 years. …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: Little

Marsai Martin Star Of ABC’s “Black-Ish”, Takes Full Command As She Pitched The Idea & Is Star/Producer Of The Uneven Comedy “Little”. She Is A Little Star With A Big Presence In A Film That Has Plenty Of Cute And Has It’s Heart In The Right Place.  The premise of body switching (one person switching to another persons body) or stories …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: Replicas

Keanu Reeves “Replicas”, Sticks To The Algorithm Of Sci-Fi Meets Thriller Where It Finds Itself Between Ethan Hawke’s “Gattaca” and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s “The Sixth Day”.  Last year when I reviewed Keanu Reeves smaller budgeted and limited release of his thriller “Siberia”. I mentioned that I like the fact that Keanu plays both sides of the field. He has his big …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: HellBoy (2019)

“HellBoy” Is A Popcorn Filled Guilty Pleasure, That Proves It’s A Chaotically Fun Flick Made For The Fans Not The Critics After taking a four year break from donning the 4-hour makeup process for “Hellboy II: The Golden Army” in 2008. In mid 2012, Ron Perlman once again agreed to endure the makeup routine required to transform him into “Hellboy”. …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: Hotel Mumbai

“Hotel Mumbai” A Story Based On True Events That Are Depicted So Harrowingly Real It Will Be Too Heavy For Most Viewers.  Films based on true stories and acts of heroism will always be depicted in films. It’s not only a history lesson of world events, it also gives the heroes who risked their lives a chance to be recognized …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: Pet Sematary (2019)

“Pet Sematary’s” Tag Line Describes The 2019 Reboot The Best….That “Sometimes Dead Is Better”. Stephen King is a name that is unanimous to pop culture fans and geeks around the world. He is no doubt one of “the masters of horror” as fans are constantly in awe of his prolific work, which has made for a lifetime of great reads …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot

SAM ELLIOT FOLLOWS UP HIS OSCAR NOMINATED ROLE IN “A STAR IS BORN” TO KILL HITLER AND BIGFOOT. IN WHAT IS NOW ONE OF MY FAVORITE FILMS, THE SUPERBLY EXECUTED “THE MAN WHO KILLED HITLER AND THEN THE BIGFOOT”.  Hollywood is filled with leading men of the silver screen who define and ooze manliness. Take in consideration: Clint Eastwood, Paul …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: The Highway Men

“THE HIGHWAY MEN” IS A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE ON BONNIE & CLYDE. IT’S A GOOD LAWMAN TALE BUT UNLIKE THE V8 FORDS THEY DRIVE, THE FILM DOESN’T HAVE THE SAME HORSEPOWER The story of “Bonnie & Clyde” is one of those historical true stories that will get depicted time and time again in movies. Let’s face it as inaccurate as some …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews Presents: Unicorn Store

BRIE LARSON’S PERFORMANCE AND DIRECTORIAL DEBUT IN NETFLIX’S ORIGINAL FILM “UNICORN STORE” IS WHIMSY AND AS MAGICAL AS THE MYSTICAL ANIMAL ITSELF After winning an Academy Award for her performance in 2015’s “Room”, Brie Larson had a career that could go anywhere. Larson has been acting since she was seven years old and it’s obvious by her performances that she …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: Ash Is Purest White

“ASH IS PUREST WHITE” IS COMPARED BEST TO SERGIO LEONE’S “ONCE UPON A TIME IN AMERICA”. IT’S A TRANSCENDING SUPERB MOTION PICTURE EPIC THAT SPANS 17 YEARS.  I am not familiar with the work of Chinese filmmaker Jia Zhangke. His legacy is well known to both Chinese and American audiences, Zhangke is recognized as a distinguished leading Chinese filmmaker and …

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