This is Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez – Review and Summary, Starring Kevin Armstrong, Dan Wetzel, Stephen Ziogas. Inside the mind of Aaron Hernandez or inside the mind of a killer like a title says is the story of Aaron Hernandez. Now if you’re not a Patriots fan or a die-hard NFL fan. You’re probably not familiar with the player that Aaron Hernandez was but if you are then you know about his run at Florida.
You know about his run with the Patriots and he was a very talented man. I mean, he was a Titan and NFL played alongside Robert rouse get another great Titan who played. He was played with the Patriots and I mean what better place could you play my paper Stan but you know you played with the New England Patriots.
He was good but what this documentary breaks down about Aaron Hernandez is that he was deeply disturbed and he was a man who has never found peace in his life and in today’s video I will break down my thoughts on the documentary of inside the mind of the killer of Aaron Hernandez.
Today I’m going to talk about the documentary Aaron Hernandez so it was really good like I said it talks about it should have been called the ride should have been Aaron Hernandez or Hernandez. The rise and fall of a superstar like that would have been great. I don’t really think that it needs to be called inside the mind of a killer.
It really doesn’t dive into in killing people he wasn’t salacious or how he or malicious how he was killing people it wasn’t like he was stalking his prey or had room motives. This is Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez – Review and Summary, Starring Kevin Armstrong, Dan Wetzel, Stephen Ziogas. He was like a compulsion to what it was more of a man who felt he was larger than life who put himself in bad situations which ultimately led to the death of three innocent men and that was really what I got from the documentary.
That’s really what the fell like the documentary should have focused on them but it was called inside the mind of the killer and it really doesn’t give you much then he killed people other than the fact. You know he had a turbulent childhood he had a father who was very violent. He was very good at sports.
They were like a smile it was like he was from UConn or Connecticut and he was from a good area and it was a sports town and sports family. He was destined for greatness but you know when his father died at a young and his mother betrayed him. He just it almost like he lost his boy.
This stability that he had in his life which ultimately led made him act out and when he started acting out he left his family in Yukon because he was supposed to like you saying Yukon. He was supposed to go to you cotton but he didn’t go to Yukon his dad with Yukon he’s supposed to go there and follow in his footsteps.
He wound up going to Florida with Tim Tebow and he was great with Florida you know they were national champions and then he went from Florida to the New England Patriots. He was a solid player at the noon pictures he caught touchdowns in the Super Bowl. It was he was destined from anybody else to be a great star.
He accomplished more than most people accomplished in their lifetimes or even with the sports buddy but from what the documentary kept pointing to was just how disturbed. This is Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez – Review and Summary, Starring Kevin Armstrong, Dan Wetzel, Stephen Ziogas. He was like how old he was like he had this identity issue that he just was unable to establish who he was as a person and when I say identity a lot of people are going to point to the fact that he struggled with sexuality.
He was never able to really live himself as a gay person then I don’t know if that was so much true. I mean a lot of people were talking about and they had the former Patriot who was closeted in his head what’s the guy’s name his best friend. I believe his friend’s name was Maya no Collin no then the wrong person his friend’s name was Dennis Sanz coochie.
Since yeah Dennis and that was the best friend and they were like alleged to be like experimenting when they were young and he was like talking about Aaron. It didn’t really look good that he was pretty much talking about Aaron in that way but I guess no one’s really gonna care because he was he’s dead now.
Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez Review
It was it’s such a tasteless thing to talk about stuff that somebody probably kept personal when they were alive now that they’re dead and convicted of murdering people. It’s just bad it was just a bad way of how they handle that in a documentary. I felt like the documentary itself was all over the place when he focused on Hernandez and football.
It was great but would it focus so much on like his sexuality and talk about like anti-capitalism an eye NFL and high football. I think that was just pandering to the viewers and like you could have cut out a lot of extra fluff that was in there and really just focus on Hernandez. This is Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez – Review and Summary, Starring Kevin Armstrong, Dan Wetzel, Stephen Ziogas. I think that you would it would have been a better experience.
It was like these long moments of just like his sprained Dennis and the Patriots got talked about like even being gay and then you know people talking about how the NFL so fine lines and CTE and evil and corporations and billionaires. The same song and dance we always hear you know football is just a manly sport that people do to you know.
They lost Hernandez or they had a convicted killer on their team it’s the Patriots way so that was the funny thing to me so at the end of the day. I enjoyed the documentary I thought really long the three episodes. It was like a lot of fluff but at the end, it was the rise of the fall on Aaron Hernandez a man who we thought had everything but never seemed to have peace and that is my final synopsis on this documentary piece let me know what you think in the comment section below.