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You Don't Know Jack

Video Game Review: Trivia Goes Mobile with ‘You Don’t Know Jack’

You Don't Know Jack

CHICAGO – In this world, there are very few places for the creatively minded B-type personality to massage their fragile egos. Sure, you can write a 13,000 word diatribe defending the “Star Wars” Prequels, get a PHD, get a writing gig, kick-start that graphic novel you’ve been kicking around, etc., but the ability to have an honest-to-goodness pissing contest is sadly privilege of the proverbially macho. We can’t arm wrestle, we might as well have mittens for hands when it comes to catching any sort of ball, and we want people to like us. So we play trivia.

Video Game Review: ‘You Don’t Know Jack’ a Witty Rival to ‘Guitar Hero’ Party Games

CHICAGO – Millions of players remember the worldwide phenomenon that is the witty and cheeky “You Don’t Know Jack” trivia game as a blast from their past.

HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: Two All-New ‘You Don’t Know Jack’ Video Games From Chicago’s Jellyvision

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CHICAGO – In our latest special edition of HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: Video Games, we have two video games up for grabs to the all-new “You Don’t Know Jack” video game from Chicago-based game developer Jellyvision Games!

DVD Review: ‘You Don’t Know Jack’ Makes Case For Dr. Kevorkian

You Don't Know Jack

CHICAGO – It all seems perfectly simple to Dr. Jack Kevorkian. When a person is suffering, and recovery isn’t an option, what’s the point of elongating the agony? Should medical professionals force that person to live in pain or grant his (or her) wish to die in peace? The answer is a no-brainer for Kevorkian, whose perspective is unclouded by the complications of “religious dogma.”

TV Review: HBO’s ‘You Don’t Know Jack’ With Al Pacino, Susan Sarandon

CHICAGO – The great Al Pacino has struggled over the last few years, appearing in total junk like “88 Minutes” and “Righteous Kill,” but one is immediately reminded of his incredible skill mere minutes into the HBO telefilm “You Don’t Know Jack,” debuting April 24th, 2010.

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