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Steven Spielberg

In 2045, apparently the world sucks so bad that everyone just wants to live in a world of virtual reality. More specifically, they want to live in The Oasis, a VR universe accessible by just putting o…
Meryl Streep stars as real-life publisher Kay Graham, who “inherits” the reins of the Washington Post after the death of her husband. Regarded by the boys’ club of men who make up the paper’s Board of…
In case you've been living under a rock for a couple of decades, you've most likely seen the classic sci-fi/fantasy film E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, one of the biggest money-making films of all time. …
Sophie (Ruby Barnhill) is a clever and curious little girl who lives in an orphanage and suffers from insomnia. She has never had a best friend. She spends her nights wandering the halls or reading in…
Proving that those who do not learn from history will continue to repeat it as long as moviegoers are willing to shell out money, Jurassic World delivers is an action-heavy, plot-deficient spectacle t…
That is not to say that Spielberg doesn't know how to make an entertaining historical film. Bridge of Spies, after an exceptionally sluggish first half hour or so, is indeed entertaining. Set in the C…
Lost in the shuffle between Steven Spielberg's acclaimed first movie, the made-for-TV thriller Duel, and his blockbuster shark tale Jaws, was a chase movie called The Sugarland Express. I must admit, …
The novel by Michael Morpurgo is set during the First World War and told from the horse’s point of view. The live-theater incarnation features a glorious mechanical horse puppet that, over the course …
Catch Me tells the so-unbelievable-it-can-only-be-true story of Frank Abagnale, Jr. (the eternally youthful Leonardo DiCaprio) a con man of the highest caliber, who happened to pull his greatest scams…
Of all the words that could be used to describe a coffee table book (beautiful, impressive, interesting, beloved), I don't think "readable" has ever leaped to mind. They're something to be flipped thr…
You need get no further than the opening scene in Lincoln to see a Spielbergism. Abe Lincoln sits on a throne of a chair, on a platform at a battlefield, not-subtly evoking the pose of the famous stat…