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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 Films released in the summer of 2019.

10. The Professor And The Madman

Mel Gibson & Sean Penn Lead With Terrific Performances As They Compile Words Together To Create The First Oxford Dictionary. A Riveting True Story That deserves More Praise Then It Got. I Don’t Need A Dictionary To Know That This Is One Of The Years Best Films.

9. Aladdin

Guy Ritchie Brings A Grand Disney Visual Style, Spectacle & The Energy Of A Bollywood Film. Will Smith Reprises His Role From “The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air” & “Hitch” To Become The Freshest Hip Hopping Wingman In All The Land, While Granting One Big Wish For Viewers.

8. 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 Beginning To End. It’s Utterly Fantastic & You’ll Have A Killer Time.

7. The Kitchen

Screenwriter Andrea Berloff Tries Her Hand At A Scorsese Like Gangster Flick In Her Directorial Debut Of DC & Vertigo’s Gangster Saga “The Kitchen”. With Three Fantastic Lead Performances & A Great Supporting Cast. It’s A Briskly Entertaining, Exciting & Violent Mob Film That Is A Unexpected Gem In The Summer Movie Fare.

6. The Art Of Racing In The Rain

Kevin Costner Narrates The Story About A Philosophical Canine & His Race Car Driver Owner As They Live In The World Of Motor Sports In “The Art Of Racing In The Rain”. An Intelligent, Emotional, Wonderful, Funny & Enriching Motion Picture Experience. It’s One Of The Best Films This Summer Movie Season Has Had To Offer.

5. 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 Years Best.

4. 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, Crowd Pleasing & Timely Comedy In “Late Night”.

3. Long Shot

Here Is Something We Haven’t Gotten In Awhile. A Very Smartly Written And Laugh Out Loud Adult Romantic Comedy With Brilliant Gags. It Will Be The Comedy To Beat In This Summer’s Box Office Race.

2. The Farewell

If “The Farewell” Is Playing At A Theater Near You, Go Out Right Away & See It! Writer & Director Lulu Wang Assembles One Of The Best Ensemble Casts Of The Year, While Rapper & Actress Awkwafina Delivers One Of The Most Endearing & Impactful Performances Of The Year. Lulu Wang’s Script Is Well Structured & is Absolutely Beautiful & Memorable. It Won’t Take Much Time To Realize How Special The Movie Is As It’s One Of The Very Best Films Of 2019.

Number 1 Summer Film Goes To?…

1. Rocketman

“Rocketman” Puts Last Years Queen Biopic In The Bargain Bin. It’s An Inventive & Exhilarating Achievement. A Brilliant Bigger Than Life Direction By Dexter Fletcher & A Star Making Performance That Will Find Taron Egerton In This Year’s Oscar Race. Best Film Of The Year!



About Aron Medeiros

Aron Medeiros
Aron Medeiros lives on the beautiful island of Maui. He is a member of The Hawaii Film Critics Society, movie critic for Maui Watch, a commentator and cast member of the NerdWatch pod cast. He is a 2003 graduate from King Kekaulike High School. His favorite film of all time is “Back To The Future”. He has worked at Consolidated Kaahumanu Theaters for nearly 13 years as a Sales Associate and making his way up to Assistant Manager. He has loved movies since he was a young boy, learning about movies from his Grandfather and being self taught.

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