Aaron

Just a simple being, trying to outpace Roger Ebert, can I do it?
writer/musician/slave

Favorite films

  • King Kong
  • Bad Taste
  • Raising Arizona
  • Toy Story

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  • Aardvark

  • The Sons of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness

  • Werewolves Within

  • The Tomorrow War

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  • Aardvark

    Aardvark

    The art you find with a little help of cross referencing talents, director Sakurai is a talented photographer and music video director who recently helmed the behind the scenes of Eric Andres excellent prank hidden camera movie Bad Trip as well as directed lots of the show. So post holiday and using the day off to start anew refreshed I rented Aardvark to get inspired by something challenging that being watching a real blind person on screen face challenges we…

  • The Sons of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness

    The Sons of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness

    Interesting and fascinating do I series about potential multiple murderers in the Son of Sam murder spree. With chilling testimonies, we’ll documented research and plenty of war of words and thoughts it leaves the viewer with lots to chew on but like most documentaries post Tiger King it leaves loads for the viewers reaction to decide what’s true but hoping public opinion will favor the film makers theories as well. Follows close to theories of Maury Terry, whose highlight of this documentary is his face to face with David Berkowitz interview.

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  • Dunkirk

    Dunkirk

    ★★★★★

    Enough has been stated about the technical marvel, but I'd look to focus on this fitting in the films of David Lean, John Houston or lots of the cinematic caveats we consider classics. Ratchet up the suspense you have a three short stories that intersect in a thrilling way, and expertly acted by all cast members. Sparse dialogue adds to the suspense as we know these British and french soldiers wait to evacuate. Nolan is a technical genius in the…

  • Sorry to Bother You

    Sorry to Bother You

    ★★★★★

    This is right up my alley - sci fi, comedy, satire and encouragingly weird. I am one of those viewers that can’t help think of what films remind me of while I’m soaking them in my retinas. Throughout STBY I was reminded of the following: O Lucky Man, Brother from another planet, (last years) KUSO, and some others. 
    Boots Riley may have made the single strongest debut since Jeremy Sauliners Blue Ruin or Jordan peeles Get Out. The film is…