RogerEbert.com — Steve Jobs

“Steve Jobs” doesn’t try to make you like Steve Jobs –and that’s what makes it so compelling. Danny Boyle’s film, bursting with super-Sorkiny Aaron Sorkin dialogue, is thrilling and daring and full of fascinating contradictions. My RogerEbert.com review. Read the review here

Studio 11 LA — Lee Daniels’ The Butler, Kick-Ass 2, Jobs, Paranoia

studio11la-2013-08-19

Hashing through the weekend’s winners and losers at the box office with Lauren Sivan on Studio 11 LA. Watch the video

Jobs

Open Road Films Rated PG-13 for some drug content and brief strong language. Running time: 127 minutes. One and a half stars out of four. The irony in “Jobs,” about the late Apple Computers co-founder Steve Jobs, is not how a man could be so beloved and yet be such a bastard. The irony is […]

What the Flick?! — Jobs

Ashton Kutcher wasn’t quite up to the job, if you will, in portraying the influential co-founder of Apple Computers.