Tagged: Danny Boyle

Movie Review: ‘Steve Jobs’

Andrew Payne reviews "Steve Jobs," the ambitious new biopic of the Apple founder with a unique structure that, while compelling, ultimately undermines the film.

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Review: ‘Trance’ Is A Hypnotic Psychological Thriller

Danny Boyle's newest is a mind-bending, highly engrossing psychological thriller.

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Interview: Danny Boyle, Rosario Dawson, and Vincent Cassel on ‘Trance’

Dan Schindel sits down with the famed Oscar-winning director and two of the stars of his new film.

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‘Trance’: The Red-Band Trailer

Check out the Red-Band trailer for Danny Boyle's new film 'Trance'.

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The Best Zombie Films of All Time

Ed Haley picks the best bunch of brain eaters from cinema.

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Top-10 Independent Films of the 2000s

Robert Camacho Roman ranks the best independent films since 2000.

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Road to the Oscars: Best Adapted Screenplay

Aaron Sorkin is heavily favored to win the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay for The Social Network, but Sasha Mitchell has different ideas about this award as our Road to the Oscars Series continues.

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Franco, Boyle, Ralston Discuss ‘127 Hours’

With "127 Hours" out in theaters now, Kit Bowen had a chance to interview the film's star, James Franco, as well as director Danny Boyle, screenwriter Simon Beaufoy, and the man himself, Aron Ralston. Bowen says the movie is not one to miss, as it goes well beyond one man's arm.

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Danny Boyle Does it Again in ‘127 Hours’

Fresh off directing "Slumdog Millionaire," Danny Boyle is back with another Oscar contender in "127 Hours." Starring James Franco as a hiker who is literally stuck between a rock and a hard place, "127 Hours" features a character put on the brink of survival. Kacy Boccumini reviews.

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The Race Ahead

Kit Bowen previews films coming up in the year's final three months and assesses their Oscar potential.

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Best Director of the 2000s

Our Oscar Decades Series is back! Holly Grigg-Spall rates Slumdog Millionaire's Danny Boyle as the best Best Director of the 2000s over Ang Lee and Kathryn Bigelow.

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