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Jobs 2014

3.8 out of 5 stars (61) IMDb 5.9/10

Ashton Kutcher is Steve Jobs, the iconic Apple innovator and groundbreaking entrepreneur. This inspiring and entertaining film chronicles Jobs' early days as a college dropout, to his rise as the co-founder of Apple Computer Inc.

Starring:
Ashton Kutcher, Dermot Mulroney
Runtime:
2 hours, 7 minutes

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Genres Drama
Director Joshua Michael Stern
Starring Ashton Kutcher, Dermot Mulroney
Supporting actors Josh Gad, Lukas Haas, Matthew Modine, J.K. Simmons, Lesley Ann Warren, Ron Eldard, Ahna O'Reilly, Victor Rasuk, John Getz, Kevin Dunn, James Woods, Nelson Franklin, Eddie Hassell, Elden Henson, Lenny Jacobson, Brett Gelman, Brad William Henke, Giles Matthey
Studio MSM Films
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
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What really stands out about this film is how good Ashton Kutcher is. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is I feel the film was let down by it's script. But generally this is a great film. Well worth your time.
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I have read the Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson and thoroughly enjoyed having such an insight into this amazing and complex individual. I admit that I had expectations from this film that I knew would not be fulfilled.

Having said that I am giving this 4 stars instead of 3 because of the performance by Ashton Kutcher which was really very good indeed.

The movie skips over too much detail of the Steve Jobs story for me. It stops at the point in history when the original iPod was launched.

I enjoyed what I saw but I wanted more, more, more......
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For some reason this wasnt cinema released and no idea why as it dam good.

Kutcher is excellant as Jobs and the film is very intresting. I learnt quite a bit about him.
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Barely 25% if a story, could have been so much more if they had planned and executed differently. No real insight into the life of Jobs and disjointed at best.
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Missed what I consider some of the key and most interesting parts of Steve Jobs life, it fails to capture the excitement of the Apple story.
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Ashton Kutcher plays the part of Steve Jobs very well and the Director has done a good job of physically matching the other actors with their namesakes. Glad I listened to the audiobook first though, since this gave me the full story. Had I not done so, I'm not sure the film would have adequately portrayed the changes and politics in Steve Job's life for me to get the full picture. Definitely a film for Apple and Steve Job fans - my elderly parents didn't find it that interesting....
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More engaging than Steve Jobs, which is weighed down with dialogue, Ashton Kutcher here gives a genuinely magnetic performance and remains watchable and compelling throughout. The pace is brisk, it is beautifully shot and the boardroom scenes are highlights of the film, with supporting roles very well cast. Why this got so panned by critics really is strange, it is very well crafted and just downright entertaining. No, it's in no way original, and goes for a straight telling of what we all know, but it does so with style and spirit. It doesn't 'nail' who Jobs 'really' was, but in who on earth 'really' knows that anyway? Well worth engaging with. Avoid the Danny Boyle film, unless you also feel thst Jobs was the Messiah.
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If you've read Walter Isaacson's authorised biography you'll feel slightly let down by the film. It misses out a lot of Jobs' life which is quite important to understand his character. Aston Kutcher's impression of Jobs is okay, but he does this funny walk which seems completely false. It fails to capture the scale of Jobs' legacy.
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