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Ctrl+Alt+Compete (2011)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 9 November 2011 (USA)
Ctrl+Alt+Compete documents young tech-entrepreneurs seeking to solve problems and change the world, featuring Nolan Bushnell (Atari), Felicia Day (The Guild), Tony Hsieh (Zappos), Mike ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Joanne Lang Joanne Lang ... Herself
Mark Gilbreath Mark Gilbreath ... Himself
Josh Sookman Josh Sookman ... Himself
Greg Kasavin Greg Kasavin ... Himself
Marci Harris Marci Harris ... Herself
Simon Sinek Simon Sinek ... Himself
Randy Pitchford Randy Pitchford ... Himself (as Randall Pitchford)
Ben Huh Ben Huh ... Himself
Brian Selzer Brian Selzer ... Himself
Chris Shipley Chris Shipley ... Herself
Gary Kremen Gary Kremen ... Himself
Daniel Sieberg Daniel Sieberg ... Himself
Jim Marggraff Jim Marggraff ... Himself
Ryan McIntyre Ryan McIntyre ... Himself
Nolan Bushnell Nolan Bushnell ... Himself


Ctrl+Alt+Compete documents young tech-entrepreneurs seeking to solve problems and change the world, featuring Nolan Bushnell (Atari), Felicia Day (The Guild), Tony Hsieh (Zappos), Mike Maples Jr (Twitter), Tim O'Reilly (Web 2.0 Summit), Veronica Belmont (Tekzilla), and Cliff Bleszinski (Gears of War). Written by Anonymous

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A disjointed mess - with a few nuggets
9 July 2015 | by Peter LindSee all my reviews

This Microsoft-documentary looks a little like an hour long version of those small Microsoft product-commercials. With a hip beat, cool footage and snappy soundbites ... Great for a 2 minute commercial, unbearable for a whole hour. There are some good interviews - or rather soundbites from interviews - that are worth listening to, but most of all it is a disjointed collection of presentations from various startups (most of them rather unknown), and some short interviews of industry veterans, talking about venture capital and why so many startups fail. Unfortunately it isn't very engaging, and I never really understand what the startups are doing, or what they are competing for. I would have preferred a documentary that followed some of the startups during a year of growth and failure, or something that showed more about what is was like to run a startup, besides doing presentations for potential investors.

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