Tag Archives: The Imitation Game

Steve Jobs a stunning, electrifying portrait of… someone

This is the second Steve Jobs biopic in three years, but it will definitely be the last one. No one in their right mind would try to follow this movie. Steve Jobs tells the incredible true sto- I’m sorry, I can’t … Continue reading

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The title is referring to the game of imitating other movies that have won Oscars because that’s what this whole exercise was really about

The Imitation Game is disheartening. It is a movie to be angry about and disappointed in, but also one which should never have been expected to be any better. The movie is a biography of the sexy, new interpretation of Sherlock Holmes … Continue reading

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The most important movies of 2014

Annual top 10 lists are stupid and easy and boring and no one likes them. On this blog, we try to track the path of movies over time, so instead of blindly stating what we liked and disliked about 2014 movies, we’re going … Continue reading

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