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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 New Movie Reviews – Miles Davis: Birth Of The Cool

With most of us being stuck at home during the quarantine here is a film on Netflix that I highly recommend. “Miles Davis Birth Of The Cool” is an exceptional documentary on the life and innovative career of the revolutionary jazz trumpet player. The film isn’t afraid to pull any punches as those close to him reveal unflattering aspects of …

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A-Ron’s Cinema and The Movie Theater – A Brief History

Filmmaker Christopher Nolan, recently penned an essay urging the Nation to help save movie theaters all across the world. Movie theaters all across the United States and the world have closed nationwide like much companies and businesses, due to the coronavirus pandemic. The shutdown has turned movie theaters dark, causing nearly all of the country’s 40,000 plus screens in an …

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A Post Apocalyptic Fuel Injected World: Max Max – 40th Anniversary

A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: “I am the Nightrider. I’m a fuel injected suicide machine. I am the rocker, I am the roller. I am the out of controller!”. A 40th anniversary celebration of George Miller’s post apocalyptic fuel injected “Mad Max”. Director George Miller’s “Mad Max” is two B-movie genres mashed together that were popular in the 70s: the car …

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A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: M*A*S*H – The 50th Anniversary

A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: “This isn’t a hospital! It’s an insane asylum”. A 50th anniversary celebration of legendary filmmaker Robert Altman’s “M*A*S*H”. While the movie has been eclipsed by its television adaptation and despite it’s lack of faith by the studio, it became a box office hit and a beloved comedy. Based on the book “MASH: A Novel of Three …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Stargirl

Grace VanderWaal, winner of Season 11 of “America’s Got Talent”, has already released two albums and has become a musical phenomenon. Now she tries her hand in acting as the title character, in her first leading actress performance, in the Disney+ original film “Stargirl”. Director of the extraordinary “Fast Color”, Julia Hart takes a indie approach to a coming of …

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A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: Tommy Boy – The 25th Anniversary

A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: “I can get a good look at a T-bone by sticking my head up a bull’s ass, but I’d rather take a butcher’s word for it”. A 25th anniversary celebration of “Tommy Boy”. When Chris Farley and David Spade were shooting “Tommy Boy”, their first lead roles they were both alums of “Saturday Night Live” trying to …

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

A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: “Baby, I’m gonna treat you so nice, you’re never gonna wanna let me go”. A 30th anniversary celebration of director Garry Marshall’s “Pretty Woman”. “Pretty Woman” is not only one of my top 10 favorite films of all time, it’s the best modern take on “Cinderella”, but is also the prime example of what defines the …

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A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – The 30th Anniversary

A-Ron’s Film Rewind Presents: “I Love Being A Turtle!”. A 30th anniversary celebration of the big screen adaptation of “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”. What started as a black and white independent comic to becoming a successful toy line and animated series. “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” had overcome budgetary, studio distribution, script and costume problems to being one of the highest …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Bloodshot

The first big screen adaptation of the Valiant comics was made on a relatively small $45 million budget, which isn’t even enough to pay for the catering on any “Fast and Furious” films. Given the films rather small budget, the film itself and especially the visual effects are truly impressive. The film is at it’s best, within the first hour …

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A-Ron’s New Movie Reviews: Spenser Confidential

Director Peter Berg and Mark Wahlberg collaborate for the fifth time in their first Netflix movie “Spenser Confidential”. Peter Berg’s film is a guilty pleasure update of the belligerent private investigator seen in the 80s tv series “Spenser For Hire”. None of their projects have felt as cheap (doesn’t feel like a Peter Berg film), energetic, violent (in a action …

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