Tag Archive: Movies
Jan. 10, ‘14: WTF is this? I can’t remember a time when there were more movies in theaters that I actually wanted to see — you’ve still got it. But this consumer tech stuff… still way too unfriendly.
Sep. 10, ‘12: Solid re-review from Slate of one of my all-time favorite movies. Going to have to re-watch this one soon. (via Robin Sloan.) Also: Here’s Roger Ebert’s original review from 1992. He says, “It’s a sometimes entertaining movie, but thin.” Curious how … Continue reading →
Jul. 27, ‘12: Fantastic documentary about a Tokyo sushi legend, now available for rent or purchase on iTunes. Jiro epitomizes Japan’s “do one thing and do it well” way of living, and I think Apple fans in particular will appreciate the film. I saw … Continue reading →
Feb. 21, ‘12: The streaming-movies-and-TV-episodes market is quickly becoming a commodity: Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, YouTube, Comcast’s new “Xfinity Streampix,” etc. Soon, everyone will be able to stream you every episode of “The Office” ever aired. In that reality, Netflix’s opportunities to stand out … Continue reading →
Feb. 16, ‘12: Time is ticking! Starz movies will vanish at the end of February. Toy Story 3: I actually haven’t seen this yet, but how could you go wrong with a Pixar movie? The Pixar Story: Speaking of Pixar, a great little … Continue reading →