“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
Hashing through the weekend’s winners and losers at the box office with Lauren Sivan on Studio 11 LA. Watch the video
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 […]
Ashton Kutcher wasn’t quite up to the job, if you will, in portraying the influential co-founder of Apple Computers.