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iGenius: How Steve Jobs Changed the World (2011)

An examination of the career and influence of the American business leader and technology innovator.
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Peter Bohlin Peter Bohlin ... Himself
Tom Brokaw ... Himself
Joe Brown Joe Brown ... Himself
Cindy Gallop Cindy Gallop ... Herself
Benj Gershman Benj Gershman ... Himself
Elliot Jay Elliot Jay ... Himself
Michio Kaku ... Himself
Mocean Melvin ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
David Price David Price ... Himself - Author, 'The Pixar Touch'
Marc Roberge Marc Roberge ... Himself
Andy Serwer Andy Serwer ... Himself
Harry Shum Jr. ... Himself
Toure Toure ... Himself
Pete Wentz ... Himself
Bill Werde Bill Werde ... Himself
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An examination of the career and influence of the American business leader and technology innovator.

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USA

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English

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16 October 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Nagyratörők: Hogyan változtatta meg Steve Jobs a világot? See more »

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Peacock Productions See more »
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biography is better
23 March 2013 | by Tommy CarstensenSee all my reviews

After having read the Isaacson biography I was hugely disappointed with this documentary. No passion was put into making it. Mr. Jobs would not have liked it. Ten minutes into the documentary Jobs was already being ousted from Apple. I was expecting them to exploit the media and do things, that you can't do with a book. As much as I like Michio Kaku, I don't know, why he was chosen for in-between-comments. A man like Steve Jobs deserves more than 40 minutes. The impression I got after watching this, is that Discovery just raced to do a documentary. Isaacson spent months with Jobs and made a great product. It stands in contrast to this documentary that features interviews with random people and random video clips.


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