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Spike Lee’s Chi-Raq feels very much like the classic director that has been absent for several years. It has a sense of reaction and urgency with an unparalleled level of timeliness missing from Lee’s other joints. It finds humor, vulgarity, music, drama and love amid a dire situation that begs for an eye and an ear. All this doesn’t make it one of Lee’s best, but it does unearth the director that America needs. ... Read full review »
Steve Jobs is the most deserving picture of such an icon - celebrating his achievements and his flaws while seeking some humanity in all of it. The combination of Boyle’s direction, Sorkin’s writing and Fassbender’s performance is a match made in heaven. It may not dig quite so deep into the enormity of Jobs’ life, relegating all of the picture to his backstage rants and laments, but it hits the most entertaining aspects I wanted to see out of a Steve Jobs movie. I’ve seen the picture where I learn about Apple’s ... Read full review »