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Now that it’s out on Blu-ray, ‘Steve Jobs’ can be seen and appreciated by a wider audience for the engaging biopic that it is.

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Aaron Sorkin returns to Silicon Valley this time with director Danny Boyle for Steve Jobs, a movie that is less a biopic and more a collection of three one-act plays that are less concerned with the man and more concerned with perpetuating the legend of the magnetic, charismatic, dreamer who founded Apple and revolutionized computing.

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Trey was able to sit down with director Danny Boyle, and actors Vincent Cassel and Rosario Dawson to ask them about their parts in bringing Trance to life.

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Trevan, Trey and Eric discuss the benefits of itemized deductions and why a Roth IRA just makes sense given the current state of the market before moving on to talk about Danny Boyle’s latest film Trance. Later, Trevan and Eric talk about The Place Beyond The Pines, the latest from director Derek Cianfrance.

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With beautiful visuals, a thumping and energetic soundtrack, and a more than capable cast of actors, Danny Boyle’s ‘Trance’ should have been much better than it was.

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Here’s my review of the new DVD/Blu-ray release “127 Hours” from KTKA-49. The buzz on author-actor-phd candidate James Franco before hosting the Oscars last Sunday was basically: what can’t he do? After seeing the Oscars, we now know. Thankfully, we have the fantastic and unusual film “127 Hours” out this week on DVD and Blu-ray [...]

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Here’s my video review of the “127 Hours” from KTKA-49. My full print review of “127 Hours” is here: Movie Review: 127 Hours Before seeing it earlier this week, I’d heard the advance hype on director Danny Boyle’s “127 Hours.” People are passing out in the theater because one particular scene in the movie is [...]

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