RSS feed for Aaron

Favorite films

Recent activity


Recent reviews

  • Deadpool 2

    Deadpool 2


    Deadpool 2: It's less of a sequel more of a part 2.

    Director David Leitch provides this Deadpool with far crisper action sequences and a larger amount of jokes than it's predecessor. However, the story is significantly lacking in comparison to the first. The sequel needs the first one to survive and really can't stand on it's own. A big reason this film works as it does is because of the callbacks it brings up from the first.


  • Borg vs McEnroe

    Borg vs McEnroe


    Borg vs McEnroe: Director Janus Metz Pedersen made a wonderful biopic about the rivalry between tennis players Björn Borg and John McEnroe. The film mostly portrays the tense friction in their lives leading up to the two's match. However, the film did a good job of showing their good sides as well. The film does lose some substance, though, as it is mostly about the match itself and less about the individuals as tennis players.
    Sverrir Gudnason portrayed Borg…

Popular reviews

  • Batman Ninja

    Batman Ninja


    Batman Ninja:

    Have you ever wondered if Batman could be done in a cheesier, yet infinitely more fun way than the 1966 version? Well look no further because "Batman Ninja" is here.

    The things that are great about Junpei Mizusaki's film might be off-putting for some. However, fans of the absurdity that can happen in a comic book or an anime will be mighty pleased after viewing this. The film is certainly not shy of anime/comic cliches, in fact…

  • Avengers: Infinity War

    Avengers: Infinity War


    Avengers: Infinity War: The Russo brothers have crafted one of the absolute best entries in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. 10 years of film have led up to this movie, and that's a lot of pressure. Luckily, it soared above expectations and is easily the best of the "Avengers" trilogy. The story was very well told. There was a worry at first that the excessive amount of characters would take way from a strong narrative. However, the separate subplots all…