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During the first act of the film, when Jobs and Woz are arguing in the courtyard about the 2 vs 8 ports on their way to the launch of the Mac, writer Aaron Sorkin makes a cameo as the taller of the two gentlemen walking by in the background. See more »
In the second act, Steve Jobs refers to Woz as "Rain Man". The NeXT Computer introduction happened on October 12, 1988 and it would be another two months before Rain Man was released (December 16, 1988). The term "rain man" predates the Hoffman/Cruise movie and refers to a person with mysterious skills who makes things happen. See more »
If a fire causes a stampede to the unmarked exits, it'll have been well worth it for those who survive.
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The film's title is never shown in the opening or closing credits. See more »
First of all.. I've seen Jobs with Ashton Kutcher and it wasn't that bad as everyone said and i personally think it was much more interesting than this one.
Steve Jobs was entertaining.. yes, but it was difficult to follow the plot. After watching the Movie i had no clue what Steve actually did, i mean i know some things, but i've learned nothing about his life after seeing this Movie. The only thing that this Movie brought to me was the Fact that he sucked as a Father and as a Human. Do i know why he did all this?...no.
In the End this Movie opened a lot of questions but none of them getting answered and this is the reason why i think i didn't liked it that much.
Yes the acting was great and all, but i hope it's not just me who thinks that a Movie needs more than just good acting..
Would you like to see the invention of Apple and what Steve Jobs done for it, watch the one with Ashton Kutcher...
If you like to see a Movie about Steve Jobs personal life without any real answers to it, watch this Movie...
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