Steve Jobs (Movie Review)


This very creative and historically accurate movie starring the incredibly talented and convincing Michael Fassbender (Xmen: days of future past, Hamlet) alongside the oddly serious Seth Rogen (Bad Neighbors, Paul) and Kate Winslet (All the King’s Men, Titanic). If you know about general history of computing or you lived through the time of the Macintosh, you will enjoy this a lot more than if you do not.


The whole film takes place before big openings and new reveals, the Apple 2, the cube, the Macintosh, and finally the Mac. It shows his relationships with staff, mother of his daughter, and his PA.


This was a rather long film and is very complicated and confusing if you do not know much about computers and their history.


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As soon as Steve Jobs goes on stage for any of his openings.


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