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Film Review - Steve Jobs


We’ve been here before. In 2013, Ashton Kutcher suited up in bad beards and turtlenecks to portray Apple icon Steve Jobs in a dreadful bio-pic (“Jobs”), which trafficked in wheezy melodrama and suffered a blurring of intent as it attempted to manage the man’s myth without addressing reality. “Steve Jobs” isn’t a rehash of the earlier picture, taking a more theatrical route to explore the complexity of the subject and his corrosive ways with every human on Earth. Director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin combine forces to deliver a slingshot ride around the Apple universe, emerging with more questions than answers. “Steve Jobs” doesn’t take in the enormity of a life, it merely cuts down a few biographical moments and studies the rings, working to distance itself from other artistic endeavors by disrupting a traditional timeline assessment of developing character. Read the rest at



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