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Film Review - Literally, Right Before Aaron


Ryan Eggold is an actor who’s been hacking away at a career for a long time. “Literally, Right Before Aaron” is his directorial debut, taking control of a big screen endeavor to scratch some artistic itches, pouring his energy into the creation of a relationship drama featuring a single character. “Literally, Right Before Aaron” feels like deeply personal work, with Eggold peppering the dramedy with life experience and knowledge of broken-hearted ambition. The movie isn’t confident with humor, putting a little too much pressure on star Justin Long to spin gold in most scenes. Eggold’s better with the darker, more emotional areas of the plot, capturing the intensity of bad decisions when they’re motivated by desperation, and the sting of love that’s no longer returned.   Read the rest at


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