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This is basically how I felt watching Jobs with Ashton Kutcher.
It’s quite embarrassing as the movie lacks tension and, most importantly, there’s no angle. It tries to talk about everything in Jobs’ life without focusing on anything.
+ some actors (including Kutcher) overact!
I saw better direct-to-video in my life… Needless to say I don’t recommend it.

This is basically how I felt watching Jobs with Ashton Kutcher.

It’s quite embarrassing as the movie lacks tension and, most importantly, there’s no angle. It tries to talk about everything in Jobs’ life without focusing on anything.

+ some actors (including Kutcher) overact!

I saw better direct-to-video in my life… Needless to say I don’t recommend it.

I watched Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview yesterday on Netflix, and I realized how much this man influenced me as a professional and as a person. Even though this has been recorded in 1995, more than a year before he came back to Apple, it is still a very interesting interview of a man with a great up-to-date vision of technology and business.

Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview is available on Netflix, iTunes, Amazon Instant Video and on DVD.