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Looking back at... Steve Jobs (2015)

The movie Steve Jobs, directed by David Fincher and starring Christian Bale, made it to the screen with very little in the way of a hitch… is something I will not be writing about, but if there is a parallel universe out there, then that version of the movie probably exists. 891 more words


'Trust' Trailer: J. Paul Getty, His Grandson & The Mob Converge In New FX Drama Series

“When you can have everything you could ever dream of, what do you value?” What if you had all the money in the world but refused to spend any? 217 more words

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The Worst Films of 2017.

Before I’m trampled on by the fandom of Danny Boyle, Ridley Scott, or hung for treason by the hardcore loyal followers of Grace Jones or Edgar Wright, please do take note that the ten films far from represent the worst films cinema had to offer this year. 585 more words


Steve Jobs (2015) - Movie Review

Director: Danny Boyle
Screenwriter: Aaron Sorkin
Cast:  Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen 786 more words

Danny Boyle, Simon Beaufoy Talk Tackling the Getty Dynasty in FX's 'Trust'

There’s plenty of meat in the Getty family saga to go around. That’s what Danny Boyle, Simon Beaufoy and the cast of “Trust” said regarding “All the Money in the World,” the newly released Ridley Scott film that tackles the same Getty kidnapping story is the basis of the FX drama series set to bow March 25. 589 more words


'Trust' EP/Screenwriter Gives Glimpse Of Season 2 Details On J. Paul Getty Series

Like Sony/TriStar’s All the Money in the World, FX’s limited series Trust follows the 1970s Italian kidnapping of scion J. Paul Getty III, but from a completely different perspective. 673 more words

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Luxury Advent Calendar for the Soul - 20 December

Behind today’s window is a recommendation! I recommend that you watch this documentary on the BBC iPlayer. The documentary is about Danny Boyle and Banksy staging a nativity play in Bethlehem near the Wall in the West Bank – the play itself will be broadcast tonight at 11pm on BBC 2. 46 more words