The AMC drama 'Halt and Catch Fire' is an engaging drama about a Texas computer company developing one of the first IBM clones in 1983.
Jobs, the feature-length movie starring Ashton Kutcher as the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, will entertain and frustrate Apple fans with its acting and script.
Mark Zuckerberg's founding of Facebook is retold in Aaron Sorkin and Ben Mezrich's 'The Social Network', a witty and dramatic though somewhat unfounded tale.
Inception stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Ellen Page as dream thieves who get caught in their own nightmare. I found it less than fantastic.
'Hot Tub Time Machine', despite its name, is a fun and clever time-travel comedy that deserves to be seen, if not taken seriously.
Ken Gagne of Computerworld and Bill Brenner of CSO dissect Marvel's metallic superhero, from the technology's feasibility to the unintended Ballmer caricature.
How to Train Your Dragon, a CGI film based on Cressida Cowell's children's book, is a wonderful story of the bond between a boy and his dragon.
DC Comics continued to expand its lineup of DVD superhero films with Superman/Batman: Public Enemies and Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths.