Tag Archives: Steve Jablonsky

Ender’s Game

This is basic rocket science. It’s the season for space.  Or is it loneliness?  This month I have seen or will see Gravity (2013), Ender’s Game (2013), and The Right Stuff (1983).  What a nice cross-section of reality, realism, and sci-fi fantasy.  Gravity was quite excellent … Continue reading

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Pain & Gain

I’m strong.  I’m big.  I’m hot.  I’m big. Pain & Gain (2013) stands at the intersection of satire, true crime, comedy, and action.  That’s a difficult intersection to conduct.  In the hands of a maestro, it can be a beautiful dance … Continue reading

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Gangster Squad

You tell them Los Angeles belongs to Mickey Cohen. Gangster Squad (2013) stands at the intersection of three movies: L.A. Confidential (1997), The Untouchables (1987), and Dick Tracy (1990).  Damn, that must have sounded awesome in the pitch room.  “Wait, and you’re telling me we’ve got Josh Brolin, Ryan … Continue reading

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