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Dan's Review: "Steve Jobs" takes a bite out of a genius

Michael Fassbender plays the title character in Steve Jobs, a film about the man who created the Apple computer empire.

Dan's Review: "Scouts Guide" lacks brains

Tye Sheridan leads a cast of young men trying to use their scouting skills to save the world in Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse.

Dan's Review: "The Walk" a beautiful WTC tribute

Joseph Gordon-Leavitt portrays Philippe Petit, the French artist who tried to walk a tightrope between the World Trade Center towers in 1974 in The Walk.

Dan's Review: "Bridge of Spies" a great historical drama

Tom Hanks stars as a lawyer caught up in the tense world of espionage at the height of the Cold War.

Dan's Review: "Just Let Go" just misses emotional punch

Henry Ian Cusick plays a man whose family is shattered by a drunk driver, yet finds forgiveness in his heart.

Dan's Review: De Niro getting soft in "The Intern"

Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway star in The Intern, another sweet, romantic story from writer/director Nancy Meyers.

Dan's Review: "The Martian" one of the best films of the year

Matt Damon stars as a marooned astronaut in The Martian.

Dan's Review: Despite unpleasant subject, "Sicario" is a well-crafted film

Emily Blunt stars as an FBI agent who joins a secret task force in the war on drugs.

Dan's Review: Depp makes "Black Mass" worth seeing

Johnny Depp is excellent in his portrayal of the ruthless killer Whitey Bulger in Black Mass.

Dan's Review: Terminator Genisys enjoyable - for a knockoff

Arnold is "back" as promised in yet another cyborg sequel. Terminator Genisys may be a cheap imitation of the original 1984 movie, but that doesn't mean it's all bad.
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