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Steve Jobs (Blu-ray Review)

It is not at all rare to see a biopic focused on a tortured genius arrive in theaters during the later months of the year for awards consideration. This is why Steve Jobs easily succeeds, as the Danny Boyle-directed film follows an unconventional structure, setting it apart from the pack. As a result, Aaron Sorkin‘s […]

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See The Untold Story Of The Brilliant STEVE JOBS – Available On Blu-ray Feb. 16

An intimate and revealing portrait of one of the chief architects of the digital age, Steve Jobs is coming to Digital HD on February 2, 2016, and Blu-ray™ Combo Pack, DVD and On Demand on February 16, 2016, from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. From Oscar®-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network, Moneyball) and Oscar®-winning director […]

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The Newsroom TV Review – Just Seen It

Aaron Sorkin presents this new drama on HBO about a cable news anchor, his new executive producer and staff and the trials and tribulations related to producing a nightly news program. Together, they face of corporate and commercial obstacles and their own personal histories. This HBO drama is created and produced by Aaron Sorkin. Starring […]

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‘Moneyball’ Slides Home On Blu-ray, DVD and Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack This January

I remember being all excited about Moneyball (review here), when it was coming out back in September.  The film based on a true story, staring Brad Pitt as Oakland A’s manager Billy Beane, had a lot of good ingredients to make for a solid feature.  I was happy to find that the movie was pretty […]

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This ‘Moneyball’ Has Been Hit Over The Fence

In general, I am not big of watching professional sports.  However, if I had to name a favorite, it would be baseball.  Having said that, I only knew so much about the subject matter being addressed in Moneyball, a well written sports drama, based on true events, about a man attempting to shake up an […]

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Check Your Wall, I “Liked” The Social Network

An important thing to note right off the bat about this film is that it is not “Facebook: The Movie.”  This is a film, based on a novel that recounts the creation of Facebook through multiple perspectives and the legal action that followed.  I believe this film could have just as easily been about the […]

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‘The Social Network’ Makes Me Want to be a Billionaire So Frickin’ Bad

Let’s start off with the obvious question.  Who out there reading this doesn’t have a Facebook account, a show of hands please?  I futilely resisted all these years, but when pressured by the marketing forces behind the studios to get one for promotion of our reviews, I reluctantly succumbed having no choice in the matter […]

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