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A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: Reindeer Games – The 20th Anniversary

A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: “I read your letters, convict. Don’t play no reindeer games with me”. A 20th anniversary celebration of John Frankenheimer’s “Reindeer Games”. Frankenheimer’s film is a Christmas themed heist thriller, released in February 2000 and starring Ben Affleck, Charlize Theron and Gary Sinise. Deemed a box office failure after a terrible release date and extensive cuts were …

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A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: The Breakfast Club – The 35th Anniversary

A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: “Does Barry Manilow know that you raid his wardrobe?”. A 35th Anniversary celebration of writer and director John Hughes seminal teen classic “The Breakfast Club”. Powered by a talented cast of young actors known as “The Brat Pack” and a sharply written script that is funny, heartbreaking and real. Find out as John Hughes “The Breakfast …

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A-Ron’s Film Emporium Presents: The Best Films For Valentines Day

As a movie fan, I love all genres of movies. One that I love and I’m a sucker for is romantic comedies. Every February I go on a month long binge to celebrate the month of love: Valentines Day. I’ve compiled a list of the best and my favorite romantic comedies, I must include one way or the other during …

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A-Ron’s The Greatest Films You Absolutely Must See: 1940-1944

Welcome To Episode 3: 1940-1944A book I recently bought has inspired me to create my own list of “The Greatest Films You Must Absolutely See”. I’ve broken them down by years. Take a look and seek out these films that are absolutely essential to the art of cinema and must be seen. •1940 Fantasia  Directed By: Ben Sharpsteen  Released in …

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A-Ron’s The Greatest Films You Absolutely Must See: 1935-1939

Welcome To Episode 2: 1935-1939 A book I recently bought has inspired me to create my own list of “The Greatest Films You Must Absolutely See”. I’ve broken them down by years. Take a look and seek out these films that are absolutely essential to the art of cinema and must be seen. •1935 Mutiny On The Bounty Directed By: …

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A-Ron’s The Greatest Films You Absolutely Must See: 1930-1934

A book I recently bought has inspired me to create my own list of “The Greatest Films You Must Absolutely See”. I’ve broken them down by years. Take a look and seek out these films that are absolutely essential to the art of cinema and must be seen. Here is… Episode 1: 1930 – 1934 •1930 Hells Angels Directed By: …

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A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: Tremors – The 30th Anniversary

“Can You Fly You Sucker?!” A 30th anniversary celebration of Kevin Bacon’s beloved “Tremors”. It’s B-movie heaven that is funny, exciting and fun. “Tremors” was created by the writers of “Short Circuit”, and deemed a box office failure but becoming a cult favorite phenomenon. If your looking for a B-movie horror movie, with flashes of comedy, you can’t go wrong than …

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A-Ron’s 10 Years, 10 Films & 1 Decade – The 10 Best Films Of The Decade:

It’s hard to believe but a whole decade has come and gone. Over the 10 years I’ve seen a lot especially on theater screens. Through the decade there have been masterpieces, great films, good films and not so great ones. Overall the 10 years provided us with some of cinemas finest works by Hollywood’s greatest filmmakers and actors. I went …

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A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: Always – The 30th Anniversary

“I know now, that the love we hold back is the only pain that follows us here”. A 30th anniversary celebration of Steven Spielberg’s underrated and under appreciated “Always”. Spielberg’s film offers the concept of life in mentoring, in love, and of letting go. In one of Richard Dreyfuss’ best screen performances, here he establishes himself as a bona fide …

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A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: Tango & Cash – The 30th Anniversary

“Well, if it isn’t Armani with a badge”. A 30th Anniversary celebration of “Tango & Cash”. Faced with endless production problems, including going over budget and going over the allotted filming schedule, to where the final theatrical cut was done eight weeks before hitting theaters. The problems didn’t end there that included a fired director and script changes, and constant …

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