Aaron Sorkin

Movie Review: Molly’s Game (2017)

Since his screenwriting breakthrough with “A Few Good Men,” Aaron Sorkin has crafted himself an illustrious Hollywood career, which includes a nomination for the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar for “Moneyball” and a win for the same for “The Social Network” as well as earning multiple Emmy awards for his work on the landmark TV series…

Movie Review: Steve Jobs (2015)

Loosely based on Walter Isaacson’s best-selling biography with a screenplay by Aaron Sorkin (“The Social Network”), Danny Boyle’s (“127 Hours”) Steve Jobs is not a conventional biopic of the famous co-founder of Apple Computers but is more like an impressionist painting — short strokes of paint that capture the essence of the subject rather than…

Movie Review: Moneyball (2011)

Much like athletes, who run on daily workouts, strict diets, and practice, sports films operate on inspiration. And there’s something about the genre that makes grown men cry their eyes out. Perhaps it’s the machismo, making even the most collected male feel comfortable in shedding a tear or two (definitely more masculine to get emotional…

Movie Trailer: Moneyball (2011)

Forced to build a contending major league baseball team on a budget, Billy Beane, the general manager of the Oakland A’s, turns to statistical analysis to draft his players. Traditionalists of the game, however, see this as gaming the system — effectively ripping the fun and purity from the game they hold dear. Based on…

Movie Review: The Social Network (2010)

The best thing about the social-networking site Facebook is that you can practically say anything you want as long as you add “lol” at the end. Failing to add this very important acronym results in comments such as these, which were literally copied from my own Facebook account (however, I corrected them for grammatical issues/spelling):…

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