Ron Jacobsohn's Movie Reviews

RON JACOBSOHN'S MOVIE REVIEWS

Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Only the Brave

We are in one the fiercest battles for control of the box office (and the TV ratings) between the superheroes and the real-life heroes. On ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Dunkirk

Hey I am Ron Jacobsohn with Ron’s World and today I want to talk to you about Dunkirk. This Jonathan Nolan directed pic is nothing ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Despicable Me 3

Despicable Me 3 is one sequel this summer which will not let you down. It is colorful, imaginative sometimes silly but eventually just plain enjoyable ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Transformers: The Last Knight

Hasboro’s Transformers are back for their fifth outing on the big screen. I won’t try to explain the storyline because truly it is almost impossible ...
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Ron Jacobsohn reviews Disney’s Cars 3

This is the most polished and kid friendly Cars movie of all the trilogy and it also feels like it is tapping a bit more into ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews The Mummy

This third reboot of The Mummy for Universal Pictures and a lot is riding on this, as this a big money-making machine for the studios ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Wonder Woman

With so many flops in recent years, with their DC Comics movies, it is refreshing to see Warner Bros. finally getting it right. Patty Jenkins was ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie

The long-awaited debut of Captain Underpants on the big screen is finally here and although the movie is different from the books, it still manages to ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

The fifth installment of the popular Disney franchise felt like it was running on autopilot, it hit all the right marks but it didn’t go ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Baywatch

Most people who will go see the movie adaptation of Baywatch were probably not even alive twenty-five years ago when the TV show made household names ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Allied

This is the much anticipated big screen coupling between Brad Pitt and Academy Award Winner, Marion Cotillard, which doesn’t disappoint visually but falls flat when it comes to chemistry. Director Robert Zemeckis is a great visual master and Allied ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Disney’s Moana

Disney Animation has produced yet another master piece with the studio’s fifty-sixth animated movie, Moana. This Polynesian mythological story that was totally re-written for this ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Rules Don’t Apply

Following his 15 years absence from the big screen, actor-director-writer, Warren Beatty, is back at age 79 portraying legendary eccentric business mogul, Howard Hughes. Beatty, is already ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them

Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them definitely feels from the first scene like movie that someone at the studios said about: let’s burn the $180 million ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Doctor Strange

Doctor Strange is the newest addition to the Marvel Universe to hit the big screen. As much as I wanted to follow the story, I ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews DreamWorks’ Trolls

When I took my kids to see Trolls, I was hoping to get a well-deserved nap, but instead I got a movie that taught kids ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Inferno

This is the third movie based on the Dan Brown best seller by the same name, following “The Da Vinci Code” and “Angels & Demons,” ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Keeping Up with the Joneses

The resemblance of this flick to Mr. and Mrs. Smith is uncanny, however the coupling of Don Drapper and Wonderwoman aka Jon Hamm and Gal ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Tim Burton is back after a two year absence, directing an adaptation to the best-selling novel from 2012, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, which ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews The Magnificent Seven

MGM decided to remake the 1960 classic western “The Magnificent Seven” and although it did leave the storyline in the 2016 version identical to the ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Bridget Jones’s Baby

Everyone I talked to about this movie immediately was asking “do we really need another Bridget Jones” fifteen years later… I say what does it ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Clint Eastwood’s Sully

It was just a matter of time that the “Miracle on the Hudson River” story of Captain Sully Sullenberger from two-thousand-and-nine would become a Hollywood ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews A Tale of Love & Darkness

Today I want to talk to you about a movie, which really left an impact on me. It’s called “A Tale of Love and Darkness” and ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Pete’s Dragon

I probably was five-years-old when I saw the original “Pete’s Dragon” and to this day I remember that song Pete and the dragon sang together ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Jason Bourne

This is the fifth Bourne Identity movie in the franchise and the first starring Matt Damon since 2007, even though he did say back then ...
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Ron Jacobsohn Reviews The Secret Lives of Pets

Today I want to talk to you about one of the funniest adult movies… made for kids… The Secret Lives of Pets tries to answer ...
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