Justin Long did the commercials for Apples "Get a Mac" advertising campaign. "Hello, I'm a Mac" See more »
In the movie John Sculley gets the first offer to be the CEO of Apple in 1984 while in real life he got it in 1982 by Apple PM Gerry Roche, which he however declined and accepted only in 1985, not in 1984 as showed in the film. See more »
The closing credits say: "This film was cut entirely on iMovie." And later: "All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. In fact, everything you just saw was totally fictitious. A few of the names might belong to real people but literally everything that happened in this story was totally fake. Also, you have to admit some parts were pretty far-fetched or just plain impossible. Those scenes should have been a dad giveaway that this is a work of dubious realism. Point is, this story is fictional. Phoney baloney. A big crock of shit." See more »
Nice internet movie. Great satyr aimed at Steve Jobs life and Apple history. Yes its inaccurate but TAKE the fact that this is a comedy and if you are interested in computer history you will have nice laugh. Justin Long and Jorge Garcia delivers great and funny acting, And its nice comedy driven tribute to a Steve Jobs and history of Apple computers. This comes from a proud mac user and admirer of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. And at the END you will find out that this is not to make fun of Steve Jobs, but to make him a tribute that is worth laugh and im sure if Steve himself can see it, he would smile at it too. So at the end Funny Or Die and whole team around this movie made pretty decent job.
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