We recently got around to watching Steve Jobs, and thought it was entertaining, though a bit broad with its brushstrokes. Bobby Burns explores how the filmmakers shied away from lookalike actors, and diced up real events to create dramatic tension and reveal characters.
(PG-13) Mark, Spud, Sick Boy, Begbie, and director Danny Boyle reunite 20 years after the chaos of Trainspotting, and this time out, we learn that more things change, the more they stay the same.
(Gore) A look at Danny Boyle’s new film about an art auctioneer mixed up with criminals searching for a painting reminds us just how brutal the director can be, despite his colorful cinematography.
An early preview for Danny Boyle’s latest film, a dynamic thriller starring James MacAvoy as an art thief who struggles to remember what happened to a stolen painting after being hit over the head.
Danny Boyle’s latest gets a longer look in this second trailer. The true story of climber Aron Ralston (James Franco) and his incredible survival after after a boulder falls on his arm and traps him.
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