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Chris Stuckmann reviews Steve Jobs, starring Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen, Jeff Daniels, Katherine Waterston, Michael Stuhlbarg. Directed by Danny Boyle.

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  1. Chris Chau

    so youre telling me thats not tom hiddleston?

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  2. Saranne C

    This movie was crap!! Very confusing. I can appreciated exposition, but I don't like the way this story was told. It's as if there was an assumption made by the filmmakers that everyone watching this movie is 1. An Apple devotee and 2. Knows the story of Steve J. I've just waisted about 2 hours of my life…

    One positive is that Michael Fassbender's acting was on point.

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  3. Drimble Wedge

    This was a great movie. This is coming from a grouchy old man who hates today’s movies.

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  4. Hanieh Ahmadi

    One of the best movies i have ever seen

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  5. Omni Riven

    Just watched it, I love it. It's an excellent film. Michael Fassbender is one of thé best actors around. My god what a great movie. I was almost in tears througout the film because of certain story arcs. (I love action movies). This is a great film

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  6. TheRebuilt1

    This film is not for the cerebrally unarmed definitely.

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  7. Justin Graziano

    I love your reviews Chris but after watching this one it became apparent you know nothing about Steve Jobs. The 2013 movie with Ashton Kutcher is far more accurate than this dump truck of a movie.

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  8. KasperWithaK

    The Social Network is one of my all time favorite movies, but honestly I found this one kind of pretentious and try-hard. The dialogue is so relentlessly fast and forcibly clever and to the point where it stopped feeling like reality. Almost every scene was like a verbal chess-game with coldly calculated setup-payoff moments, which made the heated fast-paced arguments really tiresome. The visual style and music also went overboard in places. I like clever writing too, but with a healthy dose of subtlety

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  9. hanscombe72

    Just makes me want to acknowledge the Apple 2 team.

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  10. WJ2006

    I think Chris hates Danny Boyle

    He didn't review Trance, T2 Trainspotting, or Yesterday, all exceptionally popular films.

    Also, despite doing 8 annual halloween specials he didn't review 28 days later or 28 weeks later

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  11. Inkman

    I was really good. But unfortunately, so many things are made up (if my source is correct)

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  12. Dhiraj Pallin

    Why do they start in 1984 after most of the interesting developments had already taken place. I mean Steve was already a self made millionaire by like 1980.

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  13. flytrap

    Im very happy he mentioned seth rogan.

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  14. Ben Z

    This film was FANTASTIC

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  15. GUACA FLAME

    Don’t understand why Fassbender sounded identical to Mark Wahlberg

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  16. Cary Coller

    He was a horrible, self-centered excuse for a human being. I'm glad he's dead.

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  17. Ozmond ozzy

    The problem with this movie is it’s complete bullshit and if you know more about the history of computers, you really see that history is written by the victors. The computer industry wasn’t just waiting for apple to make some revolutionary thing the industry moved on and innovated without them. It’s just weird as someone who has actually read a lot of apple history and what not to see it become way more dramatized than it really was.

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  18. Mike Wilson

    This dude needs some bil-veneers

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  19. JR M

    I was blown away

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  20. Surya Sivakumar

    Chris you gotta review 28 days later

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  21. James Parker

    It's the little things that truly makes this movie. In Act I, he vehemently denies that Lisa could possibly be his daughter. He is comfortably resigned to letting her and Chrisann live in squalor while he already has more money than he needs. Then something happens: when Chrisann begins to question the utility of the Mac, Jobs allows Lisa to play on it. Lisa then composes a piece of art on the Mac that causes a complete paradigm shift in Jobs. He almost immediately agrees to give Chrisann whatever financial support they need, and starts down the path of becoming more involved in his daughter's life.

    Jobs was such a narcissist, that he only was willing to see Lisa as his daughter when she revealed her genius to him. He knew in that moment she was his, because he finally saw himself in her. And although you could make the argument that he always knew she was his daughter since he named Mac's OS after her, you could also argue he did it to spite her. After all, what kind of message does it send naming your greatest achievement after a daughter you refuse to acknowledge as yours?

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  22. A guy with a pony picture so he’ll get called a fag

    It's not binary. You can enjoy dialogue driven movies and action movies at the same time.

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  23. J. No

    I rewatched this again last night, phenomenal movie, everybody in it was good, the writing was so good

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  24. Amir Garcia

    Just watched this movie again today since they (thankfully) added it to Netflix, and it’s SO GOOD. It’s by far one of the best movie biopics I’ve seen, along with The Social Network and The Imitation Game. Which makes sense, since the former has the same screenwriter for this film.
    Also it’s 5X better than the previous Steve Jobs biopic, “Jobs.”

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  25. Alex Sanders

    Stuckmann is so much better now, especially now that he is making his own movies. He comes across so much more real now. This movie deserves a re-review because for me it's one of the best of the decade. A+

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  26. Steve

    Your reviews suck

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  27. ILL XANE

    The Ashton Kutcher 1 was awesome

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