The film focuses primarily on 1973 - 2000: Apple's early years, its founding, and the up and down years. See more »
When Jobs and Wozniak are talking one night in the 1980s office conference room, some of the U-Matic video tape cases behind Jobs have label designs that would date them well after the events of the movie. See more »
[to Macintosh team]
I don't ever want to hear you tell me you can't make it faster.
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Whoever thought the Kutcher could play Steve Jobs needs their head examined! He makes the movie so difficult to watch (where was the director for God's sake!).
But the problems don't end there. Jobs' life is only partially portrayed, so if you only know about Jobs being at Apple--that is still pretty much all you know about him. Engineers are portrayed, as they typically are in "Hollywood" films--nerdy enough to be uncool.
Where is the story??!! Most people will be lost, there is not much continuity, and you are left at the end wondering why you came to the movie. You didn't learn anything new about Jobs, you are not sure what the point was, and yet you spent two painful hours trying to get something out of this film.
It's a shame this movie was so awful.
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