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Steve Jobs: MOVIE REVIEW

I’ll just come out and say it. Steve Jobs is a masterpiece, and one of the greatest American-made biopics ever made, period. It’s structured in such a unique way that it feels unjust to call this film a biopic. Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin for the past few years has stated that his film would be the…

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Breathe: MOVIE REVIEW

Breathe is a French film from Melanie Laurent, who many of you may recognize from her roles in films like¬†Inglourious¬†Basterds, Beginners, and so on. This is her second feature film as a director, and it’s a really interesting one at that. The film is based on the novel of the same name by French writer…

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Bridge of Spies: MOVIE REVIEW

Bridge of Spies is the latest film from Steven Spielberg with a screenplay co-written by the Coen Brothers and stars Tom Hanks. I remember reading that headline a year ago and thinking that this would be the coolest film. Spielberg is following up his Oscar-winning Lincoln with a true story about Cold War paranoia in…

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Sicario: MOVIE REVIEW

  I’ve been really looking forward to Sicario for quite some time now. Not only was the film shot in Albuquerque, New Mexico (a short distance from where I currently write this review), but is also the second collaboration between director Denis Villeneuve and legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins, with the two previously working on the…