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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Guns Akimbo (2020)

Daniel Radcliffe’s post “Harry Potter” career, has been full of unconventional choices and his newest flick is no exception. “Guns Akimbo” is another interesting choice in his career, but doesn’t reach the gonzo levels, nor is it as fun as I had hoped it would be. After being mugged by some “Mad Max” wannabes, the ex-“Harry Potter” star trades his …

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A-Ron’s New Film Reviews: The Call Of The Wild (2020)

Jack London’s 1903 novel, gets yet another adaptation. This time starring Harrison Ford and an all computer generated canine. Yes you heard that right, it stars Harrison Ford, but he is far from the problem. Did I mention his co-star is an all computer generated canine? Well it’s just as ridiculous as it sounds as it crosses the lines between …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Capone (2020)

Director Josh Trank nearly had his career sidelined by a studio who butchered the vision of his “Fantastic Four” reboot. Now Trank is fighting his way back to the top, by not letting any studio interfere with his newest film “Capone” as he does triple duty as editor, writer and director. “Capone” is the true story of what transpired in …

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A-Ron’s Stream It Or Skip It: Becoming (2020)

Higher Ground, a production company created by  Barack and Michelle Obama has scored big with their Netflix documentaries “Crip Camp” and the Oscar-winner “American Factory”. Their newest Netflix produced documentary “Becoming” is a flattering portrait of the former First Lady as we follow her on her 2019 book tour. We are treated to a first hand account of her backstory through wonderful archival …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: I Still Believe (2020)

“I Still Believe”, the newest film from the Erwin Brothers, is the most Nicolas Sparks film, not written by Nicolas Sparks. Based on the true story of singer Jeremy Camp. KJ Apa playing Jeremy is a great stepping stone for a leading man career. KJ does an admirable job, doing his own singing and guitar playing. While Britt Robertson as …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Richard Jewell (2019)

I know I’m behind, farther than I wanted to be, but I finally got to see “Richard Jewell” (now available on digital and Blu Ray). The new Clint Eastwood film proves that he is still a skilled filmmaker and that it’s always a good idea to never bet against or doubt the man and the legend of Clint Eastwood. “Richard …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Gretel And Hansel (2020)

I’m a little behind, but I finally got to see “Gretel and Hansel”. Released in theaters in January, “Gretel and Hansel” is now available on digital for rent or purchase. The classic Grimm fairytale gets a new vision from writer and director Osgood Perkins. Overflowing with the highest achievement of stunning visual style and originality. The fairytale has never been …

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A-Ron’s Stream It Or Skip It: 1BR (2020)

•”1BR” is available to stream as a rental or purchase on Vudu• Written and directed by newcomer David Marmor, “1BR” draws on the fascination of apartment communities that has a terrifying premise baked into the film. Marmor does a good job of setting things up and keeping the tension through most of the film. While Marmor could have pushed the …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Trolls World Tour (2020)

“Trolls World Tour”, the sequel to 2016’s “Trolls” just may have broke the seal on the skip the theatrical run and go straight to video on demand movement. Three weeks since released on digital, “Trolls World Tour” has racked up nearly $100 million in rentals. While it’s dominating home screens, it’s one that I’m disappointed that I didn’t get to …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: The Roads Not Taken (2020)

British director and writer Sally Potter’s “The Roads Not Taken”, has a quiet, drifting tone and a batch of excellent performances that allow for potent and powerful moments of emotion. Javier Bardem is brilliant in a physically demanding performance. Potter shifts back and forth through three different timelines of Leo’s life, that includes his daughter Molly played in a performance …

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