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Ashton Kutcher plays tech innovator and CEO of Apple Computers Steve Jobs in the Steve Jobs biopic “Jobs”. Jeremy gives you his review.

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  1. Dhiraj Pallin

    I would have preferred a movie called 'Jobs and Woz' which looked at both of them equally and how their polar opposite natures basically created Apple.

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  2. What Up

    I saw this and man it was bad

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  3. Norman Fleming

    ONE of the guys.

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  4. J Gunzler

    A simple and lame movie about the most influential tech mogul in our lifetime and a very complicated person. Kutcher was crap and it’s just a series of music montages. The Danny Boyle movie was WAAAAAAAAY more compelling and interesting

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  5. Amir Garcia

    I’m at least glad we got the much better Steve Jobs movie 2 years later. And written by Sorkin, no less!
    And now it’s on Netflix in 2020!

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  6. Code Optimization Ware

    I'm not really a Steve Jobs (R.I.P)-worshiper, and I've never been a big Apple guy. I bought a C64, not the Apple II hehehehehehe

    I give jOBS [2013] 8 of 10 stars. Kutcher is not only not miscast, he's very well cast, and pretty much carries nearly the entire film himself. This is in part because this film focuses very tightly on Steve Jobs himself from beginning to end. This is most seen in the argument over the telephone with Bill Gates at Microsoft that intentionally shows only Jobs' argument and no word nor cameo of Gates at all in the film, after which Jobs slams down the phone, breaking it into like a thousand pieces, oh man was he pissed! But given what had just happened, oh he might've been! The others seen and not seen, including no less than Apple, Inc. itself, are background, and the case of the Gates argument, whatever on his end, that being literally an entirely other story that Steve Jobs is not at the center of like this story in this film.

    The true story in the film does seem a bit more fictionalized than I would've liked (ask the "Woz" hehehe for the straight dope on that LOL hehehe).

    It's a good film, definitely worth watching, because of Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs most of all, though Pirates of Silicon Valley [1999] is much better, a 10 of 10 star film. I'm still waiting to see a good film about Bill Gates (and Tom Allen and Steve Ballmer) and Microsoft Corp. Why not? I mean what the fuck century do they think it is now? ???

    I can't really pick only one personal top innovator, but off the cuff I'll pick Jack Tramiel , founder of Commodore Business Machines, not merely just the Henry Ford of the micro-computer industry from almost the ground-floor, he also was the impetus behind an amazing Capitalistic anomaly that had never been done by anyone but him before or since (AFAIK): a technologically superior, all around better microcomputer that retailed for about half or a third of the price of the inferior competing products, like getting to pay less instead of more for a Ferrari than a Yugo, like getting the latest-gen state-of-the-art cutting-edge Alienware computer for like a third of the price of a crappy, cheap, over-priced eMachine. Wowie, that never happens, except for CBM under Jack Tramiel's making and selling the Commodore 64, which remains the best-selling computer EVER to this day. I can't even begin to wrap my head around how in the hell he did such a thing. Meanwhile, if ever you don't know what to do, you might ask yourself, W.W.J.T.D.? What would Jack Tramiel do? hehehehehe

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  7. Michael Ramirez

    I didn't care about Apple or Steve Jobs and I decided to go see this on a whim and I now have so many apple products and I'm a huge fan

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  8. ILL XANE

    If u don't like this film I can't take u serious

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  9. ILL XANE

    This movies amazing

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  10. ShadowKrueger

    2015’s Steve Jobs was so much better.

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  11. Zef Nreaj

    Love APPLE Love Steve Jobs , This movie was wrser than the last episode f Game of Thrones

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  12. David Perez

    Best innovator, Nikola Tesla…

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  13. K. The Artist

    I prefer Nintendo

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  14. Jack Xiao

    No, it was a cringy performance by Ashton.

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  15. deathsdoor07

    Did the new Cumberbatch/Shannon movie come out yet?

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  16. Carlos Lozada

    Nice wig on jk Simmons

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  17. Carlos Lozada

    Horrible horrendous garbage Ashton is Terrible

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  18. Turkey Leg

    i bought it on Blu Ray for 2 bucks.

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  19. Bob Bobby

    aside from the story, Ashton's acting as a Jobs is better than the one by Michael Fassbender imao.

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  20. Jakob Rogers

    Walt Disney
    Shigeru Miyamoto
    Nikola Tesla

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  21. Alex Valdovinos

    Favorite innovator: John Lennon.

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  22. Alko

    Idk I like this movie..for me, a good time, no alcohol required.
    Steve Jobs with Fassbender however is Awesometacular.

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  23. Captain Jakemerica

    Favorite Innovator Steven Spielberg

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  24. Ken Bone

    Its so realistic that it's boring

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  25. Max Madmax

    just f#ck Appel products.

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  26. TheReturnOfDarthCaedus

    i love both obs starring ashton kutcher and the movie steve obs based on the book by walter isaacson

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  27. Deyan Georgiev

    My favorite innovator is Dennis Ritchie the creator of UNIX and C programming language. With out him we will still write in binaries…

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  28. Kshitij Tiwari

    Bill Gates for sure

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  29. Roberto Gonzalez

    u rushed this one.

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  30. icemann1419

    Its amazing to me many people did not like this movie, I thought it was great and ashton kutcher should have won a grammy for his performance

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  31. TrueBlue

    Sorkin probably saw this review XD

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  32. James Garrison

    Of all time I would say, Archimedes of Ancient Greece. Modern Day, Elon Musk is shaping up to be a notable contender for the title.

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