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My apologies to my faithful readers for not offering up a review last week. As for why, I was a bit distracted by something new that I wanted to pass along some thoughts about this week. And that, is the new frontier of VR (virtual reality) which I have the fortune to experience through PS4 VR. I’m not going to go into a review of the PS VR itself but rather some of the films I saw through this amazing medium, for you see, this is the next step, the next evolution of storytelling for us filmmakers and you, the

Sisters

Starring Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, as well as a ton of SNL alum, Sisters pair up the dynamic duo as siblings sending off their childhood home in style after their parents sell it and move into a retirement community. The film has some great moments while at the same time feeling very generic so I had some mixed feelings about whether I liked it or not. The story itself showcases the characters as being in their 40s and missing having the fun they had when they were young and didn’t carry the burdens that adults have to shoulder. As

Steve Jobs

Based on the book by Walter Isaacson and adapted to the big screen by Aaron Sorkin, the film Steve Jobs brings a lot of street cred to this project along with the lead role played by Michael Fassbender. All these talented artist equate to a great film and an inside look at a complex, passionate man who changed 5 different industries with his innovations. There was some controversy surrounding this film coming from Steve Jobs’ wife who supposedly asked Fassbender to not play the main role. I kept wondering why she was so against this project, especially since it’s based

The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

This update movie version of the 60’s TV show comes to us from Guy Ritchie who brought us films such as Snatch and the most recent Sherlock Holmes movies with Robert Downey Jr. Which means, this film has the same slick style the others do only with a little less Guy Ritchie-ness of his other work. Some of his slick devices are there such as some of the start-stop slo-motion style he’s known for along with some music video elements, but the film isn’t as heavy with those devices as some of his other work. Regardless, he was a good