Michael Turner returns unexpectedly from the Iraq war to his small home town, a relieved family... and a legion of the undead. After his younger brother contributes in the accidental ... See full summary »
In the cruel world of junior high, Edwin suffers in a state of anxiety and alienation alongside his only friend, Flake. Misunderstood by their families and demoralized at school daily, ... See full summary »
The film is about a boy who locks himself in the bathroom to work out math equations on the shower wall. The boy has obsessive compulsive parents. The boy is obsessed with a cheerleader ... See full summary »
When he discovers that an Indian casino is about to be built over the town's historic battlefield, Chase Revere, the self-appointed protector of a small town's rather meager place in ... See full summary »
Justin Long did the commercials for Apples "Get a Mac" advertising campaign. "Hello, I'm a Mac" See more »
Steve Jobs was fired in January 1985, not after his birthday in 1984. 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 »
Why? Beside the fact that they thought of using as the main character Justin Long ("The Mac Guy" from the "Hi I'm a Mac..." commercials) and made you think "where do I know this guy from?" ;), they made the story so simple and impactful. They kept the core of the story and made it into a beautiful funny time line of "history of innovation" I don't want to give away too much, but we all know that Ashton Kutcher looks a lot more like Steve Jobs and he did a great job in "Jobs", but the flair Justin is bringing to this story, the awkward friendship with Woz (Jorge Garcia most popular for "Lost"), the funny rivalry with Bill Gates and the entire air of the film makes me say it: it's better than "Jobs". Period.
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