Aron Medeiros

Aron Medeiros
Aron Medeiros is the movie critic for Maui Watch. He lives on the beautiful island of Maui and is also a member of the elite Hawaii Film Critics Society and an active 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, where his Grandfather started his love for the movies.

A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: “The World To Come” (2021)

Here is the second film within months after the release of Kate Winslet’s “Ammonite” that we get another tale of lesbian love set in the 19th-century. Directed by Norwegian filmmaker Mona Fastvold,“The World to Come” has two powerful and spectacular performances from the films leading ladies Vanessa Kirby (“Mission Impossible: Fallout”) and Katherine Waterston (“Alien Covenant”).  It came as a …

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A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: “The Doors” (1991) – The 30th Anniversary

Together with pianist Ray Manzarek (who I got to meet in one of the best meet and greets I’ve ever experienced, but sadly not long before he passed) and Jim Morrison who both co-founded The Doors during the summer of 1965 in Venice, California. The band consisted of vocalist Jim Morrison, keyboardist Ray Manzarek, guitarist Robby Krieger and drummer John …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: “Tom & Jerry” (2021)

Movies like Warner Bros “Tom & Jerry”, is about nostalgia. It runs on it and relies on it, especially since the grayed mishap prone feline and his resourceful but adorable rodent prey have entertained us for 81 years. Not only does it give us older generation that nostalgic feeling, it will surely bring “Tom & Jerry” into the homes of …

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A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: “Running Scared” (2006) – 15th Anniversary

I distinctly remember the moment I saw the poster for “Running Scared” hanging up in the lobby of my local movie theater back in 2005. My first and initial reaction was “This can’t be? Are they actually making a remake to ‘Running Scared’?”. Of course the “Running Scared” I’m referring to was the 1986 buddy cop comedy starring Billy Crystal …

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A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: “Ruby In Paradise” (1993)

Actress Ashley Judd recently made the news after suffering a horrific accident in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Judd who had shattered her leg out in the jungle, had broken it in four different places and suffered nerve damage. She was trapped in the jungle for five hours until someone found her and having to travel fifty five hours …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: “Monster Hunter” (2020)

Paul W.S. Anderson may not be the master of video game adaptations, but it’s what he knows best and he certainly deserves credit for trying. Anderson has spent a good portion of his career directing movies based on video games that includes the 1995 “Mortal Kombat” movie. His career got the most popularity for working with his wife and muse, …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: “SuperNova” (2021)

I know what some of you may be thinking. Is this a looking back review of the 2000 James Spader sci-fi space film “Supernova”? Thankfully to most, I’m not here to talk about the Walter Hill and James Spader classic (I’m kidding about it being a classic. Or am I?). This one is a human drama starring career best performances …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: “Music” (2021)

In 2014, “Dance Moms” reality star Maddie Ziegler rose to a whole new level of fame after starring in the music video for nine time Grammy nominee Sia‘s critically acclaimed hit song, “Chandelier”. Since then, the teenager’s career has continued to soar with her appearing in films, television, concerts, covering fashion magazines and even releasing her own memoir, “The Maddie …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: “Falling” (2021)

This awards season, here come the battle of the movies about dementia. First there was Anthony Hopkins battling dementia in the four time Golden Globe nominee “The Father”. Now we have Lance Henriksen also battling dementia in “Falling”, out now on VOD (video on demand) and all premium streaming platforms. When I wrote my review for Anthony Hopkins film “The …

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