Steven Spielberg And Tom Hanks Talk ‘Bridge of Spies’, James Donovan, And More


In it’s 53rd year at Lincoln Center, the New York Film Festival has stacked the deck with real-life portraits of courage. Each of the centerpiece films are biopics centered on acts of immense courage. There’s the opening night selection, The Walk, with Joseph Gordon Levitt as high-wire walker Phillip Petit, and then there’s Miles Ahead, the closing night selection, which was directed by and stars Don Cheadle as one of the most influential musicians of all time, Miles Davis. For the centerpiece, there’s Danny Boyle’s unforgiving, but affecting portrait Steve Jobs, penned by Aaron Sorkin, which takes a look at the titular tech superman and Apple CEO.

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WizzroSupreme1006d ago (Edited 1006d ago )

Been a long time since anyone did a Cold War film this big this well. Tom Hanks nails it once again.

RetrospectRealm1005d ago

Did you see it? It literally just came out. My theater wasn't even showing midnight showings. I had to go 11 AM on Friday... D: