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 New Movie Reviews: Cats

What belongs in the kitty litter, should stay in the kitty litter, as “Cats” is the worst possible Christmas gift anyone could have received this year or any year. Shame on you cinema gods. Academy Award winning director (still don’t understand that one) Tom Hooper coughs up a hair ball of an atrocity. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s film adaption of his …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Star Wars – The Rise Of Skywalker

42 Years. 8 Movies. It’s All Led To This Moment…disappointment. At least “The Rise Of Skywalker” gives us one thing that we we all have been secretly wanting since “The Force Awakens” four years ago (read review to find out). As a conclusion to the Skywalker franchise, “The Rise Of Skywalker” is by no means a game changer nor is …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: 1917

“1917” Opens In Limited Release December 25th And Opens Wide On January 10th. Director Sam Mendes brings us a new war masterpiece with “1917”. Mendes creates an original approach to a familiar subject by presenting the entire two hour film in one continuous shot with invisible editing cuts. “1917” boasts superior direction, brilliant sound work (you can clearly hear every …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: 6 Underground

It’s a bummer we had to wait this long to get the best action film of the year, but have no fear as Netflix has delivered their next big $150 million action spectacle. “6 Underground” stars Ryan Reynolds and directed by Michael Bay, the action filmmaking god himself. Bay’s action sequences is as ambitious and insane as anything he’s ever …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Dark Waters

One Of The Top 5 Films Of 2019! Mark Ruffalo stars as real life lawyer Robert Bilott, who is out to prove in a decades long battle, that DuPont have knowingly exposed millions of consumers to dangerous levels of toxins. “Dark Waters” is a prime example of a film that was made to win at the Oscars. It is one …

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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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A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: 1941 – The 40th Anniversary

“Come Back, Plane!” A 40th Anniversary of Steven Spielberg’s screwball wartime comedy spectacle “1941”. Written by “Back To The Future” creators Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale in their first big studio script. “1941” was a financial and critical disappointment but has since gained a cult status. Deemed the biggest failure of Spielberg’s career, that even John Wayne advised Spielberg to …

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A-Ron’s Jukebox: Coldplay “Everyday Life” – Album Review

Coldplay’s inventive magnum opus eighth album “Everyday Life” is proof that they can be more adventurous and creative than they’re often given credit for. Lead front man Chris Martin creates an immersive listening experience with sharp social commentary rock anthems in the style of U2 and a worldly sound inspired by Paul Simon.  One of my favorite bands, British rock band and …

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A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: Beverly Hills Cop – The 35th Anniversary

“Hey Man. He Put A Banana In My Tailpipe”. A 35th anniversary celebration of “Beverly Hills Cop”. In his first leading man role Eddie Murphy stars as Axel Foley, a mouthy police officer with cheap sneakers and a crappy car. Still beloved by fans, “Beverly Hills Cop” was the highest grossing film of 1984. Directed by Martin Brest and produced …

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