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Film Review - Jobs

JOBS Ashton Kutcher Josh Gad

“Jobs” is a baffling motion picture, asking the audience to spent two hours with a narcissistic creep who stomped on those who helped to build an empire, flushed his family down the toilet, and treated underlings cruelly. Of course, it was all in the quest for perfection according to the screenplay by Matt Whiteley, giving Steve Jobs a free pass to sainthood, where his tech world innovation, not his dubious character, preserves his legacy at Apple Inc. Not that “Jobs” has any interest in behavioral complexity to challenge the exalted subject, instead behaving like a confused television movie that doesn’t exactly know how to transform extended examples of unbridled arrogance into a hard-edged celebration of dogged ambition. Read the rest at


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