Another movie, based on Walter Isaacsonspopular biography Steve Jobs which included the cooperation of Jobs, his family and the company is in development with screenwriter Aaron Sorkin attached to write, but no projected release date for that film has yet been given. Judging by the reviews for Jobs, there still may be plenty of room for another film http://www.zimbio.com/General/articles/IDHqGCiJyS9/Search+Results+Kim+Kardashian treatment. As of Friday morning, Jobs is carrying a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 26% meaning about three quarters of the reviewers tabulated have given the flick a Thumbs Down. The RT rating among so-called top critics was even lower at 20%. The movie also didnt fare well with the affable Steve Wozniak, who was portrayed in the film by Josh Gad of The Book of Mormon fame. In a blog posting on Gizmodo , Wozniak called the acting good and said he was attentive and entertained but not greatly enough my company to recommend the movie. And he denied the claim that hes criticizing this movie because he is serving as a paid consultant on the Steve Jobs project. I felt bad for many people I know well who were portrayed wrongly in their interactions with Jobs and the company. <br>Source: http://blogs.marketwatch.com/thetell/2013/08/16/steve-jobs-movie-slammed-by-critics-and-woz/
A scene from the film "Abandoned Mine." (Gravitas Ventures / March 6, 2009) Also By Robert Abele August 15, 2013, 2:35 p.m. "Abandoned http://margrettva.livejournal.com/20227.html Mine" is all that its title promises: something generic and empty, with the sense that much has been left behind. As adolescents in movies like these are wont to do on Halloween , five of them from a small farming community venture into a supposedly haunted, long-disused mountain vein for kicks and giggles. What ensues are endlessly banal exchanges, lots of flashlights shone on rock walls, walking, getting scared, and joking around, all of which leaves you to wonder if anything is ever going to happen to warrant your precious moviegoing time. (It's hard to shake the notion that naming the young performers cursed with acting this out two of whom are female and three male would somehow add insult to the injury of having been in "Abandoned Mine.") <br>Source: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/moviesnow/la-et-et-abandoned-mine-movie-review-20130815,0,4097190.story
Movie review: 'Abandoned Mine' is an empty attempt at horror
While this chintzy-looking romantic comedy thinks just a few sight gags are enough, a sneakier satire would have gone further. But that alternate Austenland would need to be less square than this one, directed by Napoleon Dynamite co-writer Jerusha Hess and produced by Twilight doyenne Stephenie Meyer. Between the squealing giddiness demonstrated at the mere http://www.zimbio.com/General/articles/xDreYyOkUEw/Kris+Jenner+defends+Kim+Kardashian+Kanye+West thought of a submersive Austen-world and the way almost every moment is overplayed, the film wears out its welcome faster than a poor cousin in the country guesthouse. Keri Russell is Jane (get it?), a plain-Jane (yes, we get it ...) who blows her life savings on a trip to a Disney-like mini-theme park populated by the types of characters in Pride & Prejudice, Emma and Sense & Sensibility. Janes luck with gauche modern guys is nil. She pines for a real-life Darcy, obsessed as she is with Colin Firths 1995 turn in the BBC production of P&P. So shes primed for what Austenlands proprietor (starchily one-note Jane Seymour) promises will wind up in romance no touching allowed, of course. Keri Russell and JJ Feild in Austenland Janes fellow emotional tourist is a crass American ( Jennifer Coolidge ) whos there because she http://rightshh.livejournal.com/6491.html thinks her cleavage will look great in the tight gowns. <br>Source: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv-movies/austenland-movie-review-article-1.1427842
Movie Review: Forest Whitaker a Witness to History in ?The Butler?
His choices do not sit well with Cecil, who has worked hard to give his son a decent life and the ability to go to college. Hes dumbfounded when Louis decides to attend a university down South, at the time a hotbed of racist activity. Daniels renders moments of the civil rights movement in ways we havent seen before. Youre sitting at a lunch counter with black students while white patrons shower them with racial epithets and food. In a stirring and educational scene, youre with the Freedom Riders when they rehearse the various scenarios of aggression and violence they may encounter while practicing non-violent civil disobedience. Daniels gets excellent performances from all of his actors, including the relatively inexperienced Lenny Kravitz and Mariah Carey. <br>Source: http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/entertainment/2013/08/movie-review-forest-whitaker-a-witness-to-history-in-the-butler/
'This Magic Moment' a movie romance on Hallmark Channel (Photos)
Helena and Clark form a bond of true friendship and the sparks of real romance fly. Clark makes plans to close his video store and move to Hollywood to advance his screenwriting career, but realizes that his relationship with Helena will be different once they are in Hollywood. Director Doyle Duncan (Shaughnessy) begins to wrap production and Helena and Clark are faced with a decision. They must decide if they are meant to live happily ever after together, or if there are happier endings elsewhere for their love stories. This Magic Moment, is a Mediapool Production in association with Larry Levinson Productions. Larry Levinson is the executive producer. Randy Pope and Amanda Phillips Atkins are the co-executive producers. James Wilberger is the producer. <br>Source: http://www.examiner.com/article/this-magic-moment-a-movie-romance-on-hallmark-channel