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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.

A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: Welcome To Marwen

It’s difficult to review a new film by Robert Zemeckis and not talk about his career. The man is a legend and one of the greatest filmmakers to ever live, and we all know that with his extensive filmography: “Back To The Future Trilogy”, “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”, “Romancing The Stone”, “CastAway”, “ForrestGump”, “Flight” and way too many to name. …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: BumbleBee

For weeks now it’s been said by many critics and audiences that “BumbleBee” is the best “Transformers” movie since the  1986 animated film. “BumbleBee” restores the faith to the ones who have been critically unfair, to the 10 years Michael Bay spent as the maestro of the “Transformers” cinematic universe. Bay’s approach has its fans (especially me), but with “Bumblebee”, …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: Mary Poppin’s Returns

In the past few years we have been getting films of past nostalgia that have resurged with at most times an unnecessary sequel. Either putting a 10 or 20 year gap between the original and sequel, most of them have been disappointments and some have been passable. However no one has produced a sequel as great as “Mary Poppins Returns”, …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: Aquaman

This will probably be one of my reviews that will have fanboys and girls grabbing their tridents and hopping on their sea horses to come at me. I’ll have to say it sooner or later in this review, but “Aquaman” is dead in the water. “Aquaman” reminds me of those atrocious George Lucas “Star Wars” prequels Or James Cameron’s “Avatar”. …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: The Mule

It’s not something we don’t all already know. But what a remarkable career Clint Eastwood has had not only as an actor but as a director. From his first film as a director “Play Misty For Me” in 1971 through “Unforgiven” (1992), “Mystic River” (2003), “Million Dollar Baby” (2004), “Flags of our Fathers/Letters from Iwo Jima” (2006) and “Sully” (2016), …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: Bohemian Rhapsody

The journey to getting the film “Bohemian Rhapsody” made, is just as intriguing as the real journey they faced to becoming the band Queen. While “Bohemian Rhapsody” is a visual treat with incredible camera work from director Bryan Singer, it’s also both fun and fast paced. But it’s not the “Killer Queen” biopic that it could be.  Back in 2010 …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: Ralph Breaks The Internet

Films outside of the Disney and Pixar animation studios, rarely to never get a chance at a sequel. However Ralph and Vanellope are back six years after wrecking the box office with the original film “Wreck It Ralph”. Filmmaker Rich Moore who returns as director gets to expand upon his world with “Ralph Breaks The Internet”, which plays like the …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: Instant Family

There’s a playbook for every genre and family comedies is one genre that uses every play in the playbook. The use of cute shenanigans, non offensive jokes and characters that are depicted safer than by fictional standards. “Instant Family” uses these to its advantage but takes them even further. Sean Anders is a director whose work is nothing groundbreaking. He …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: Creed II

Three years ago, the Rocky franchise was rebooted with a spin-off of the offspring to the late, great Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers). Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone gave “Creed” to the next generation of hopeful “Rocky” fans, 40 years later. Directed by Ryan Coogler, who worked with Michael B Jordan in “Fruitvale Station” and one of this year’s best …

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A-Ron’s Movie Reviews: Widows

Early buzz was that “Widows”, is the new “Set It Off” the 1996 Queen Latifah and Jada Pinkett Smith female bank heist thriller. For one thing “Widows” is definitely not the film I expected from British filmmaker Steve McQueen, but it’s also not “Set It Off”. Steve McQueen’s film is a blistering and brilliant and hard punching modern masterpiece. It’s …

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