Review – Molly’s Game

Molly’s Game, written and directed by Aaron Sorkin, feels like a film that continually jingling a set of shiny keys directly in front of your face; sure, it grabs your attention, but it soon becomes irritating, and then insufferable. The film’s premise is interesting, at first, and it offers the usual characteristics that you’ve come accustom to, when it comes to Sorkin-esque characters, but as it went on and it continued to be exactly what I expected it to be, the more tedious and uninteresting I found it to be. There were certainly elements to this film that I enjoyed, and I am a fan of Sorkin’s style and his previous work, but there was something about this film (his directorial debut) that I found myself unable to like. Let’s explore what Molly’s Game has to offer and see if it’s something you might enjoy. Read more

Review – Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs, directed by Danny Boyle and written by the always divisive Aaron Sorkin. This is a film that is chalk full of Sorkin-esque dialogue, a wonderful visual style, and a cast of actors who never once miss a beat. Despite this film being very small in scope, Steve Jobs as a film delivers something memorable and attention grabbing. Read more