Jobs (2013): If you know me well enough, you know that Steve Jobs is one of the few people I look up to. He inspires me, his quotes are used as guidance. He is one of the few people I would have love to meet. Now, we all know that this movie is not THE Steve Jobs movie. That one comes out sometime in the future, using the Steve Jobs bio as a reference for that film. This Steve Jobs film is the indie movie based on the myth of Steve Jobs. The Legend of Steve. It’s not going for accuracy, it’s going on the Steve Jobs story where Steve was king of everything. In this film, Steve makes no mistakes. They skip right through NeXT and barely focus on the products that Steve made (like the Lisa) that failed. That being said, they did a fine job summarizing Jobs live before the iPhone and removing all the hard bits. Now, I might be a bit embarrassed to say this, but I teared up as soon as the movie started, with Ashton taking the stage as Jobs. He nailed his movements down perfectly. It was like watching Steve give a real keynote. I also teared up at the end, while he gave his “Here’s to the crazy ones” speech. I don’t expect you to tear up, though. I would have liked quite a few things to be different: like making the film more realistic and casting a better Jony Ive (WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT?!) but really, I can’t hate on this film. 9/10

Jobs (2013): If you know me well enough, you know that Steve Jobs is one of the few people I look up to. He inspires me, his quotes are used as guidance. He is one of the few people I would have love to meet. Now, we all know that this movie is not THE Steve Jobs movie. That one comes out sometime in the future, using the Steve Jobs bio as a reference for that film. This Steve Jobs film is the indie movie based on the myth of Steve Jobs. The Legend of Steve. It’s not going for accuracy, it’s going on the Steve Jobs story where Steve was king of everything. In this film, Steve makes no mistakes. They skip right through NeXT and barely focus on the products that Steve made (like the Lisa) that failed. That being said, they did a fine job summarizing Jobs live before the iPhone and removing all the hard bits. Now, I might be a bit embarrassed to say this, but I teared up as soon as the movie started, with Ashton taking the stage as Jobs. He nailed his movements down perfectly. It was like watching Steve give a real keynote. I also teared up at the end, while he gave his “Here’s to the crazy ones” speech. I don’t expect you to tear up, though. I would have liked quite a few things to be different: like making the film more realistic and casting a better Jony Ive (WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT?!) but really, I can’t hate on this film. 9/10