(What's the hate on the disc man? Mine works just fine.) Kutcher is good - I liked the way he walked with his back hunched. He looks the most like the historic Steve Jobs but if you're in a comp with Fassbender for acting, and Boyle for directing, you're going down H A R D. You never quite stood a chance, did ya? Nope. The trailer is significantly better.
Not that bad, as it could have been. But lacks lots of important things, like his relationship with Bill Gates, his stealing from Xerox, his NeXt, pixar etc. It succeeds to make Pirates of Silicon Valley interesting and not bad, what a performance!
Not great, not terrible. About what you would expect. It's A story about Steve Jobs, but it's not THE story about Steve Jobs. You don't learn much of him that you couldn't learn from a wikipedia article. It's essentially a hagiography dedicated to extreme arrogance without room for dimension. However, despite the script's flaws, it is made wonderfully. The supporting cast in particular are all excellent.
Beaucoup de bruit pour rien? Absolument. Cette suite de vignettes sans souffle et surtout si peu inspiré est malgré tout intéressant. Mais quel désastre de mise en scène et encore pire, d'absence de direction d'acteurs. Kusher mime et traîne le poids immense de ce messie que trop de monde adule.
If you're interested in the Apple story then this isn't a terrible way to spend a couple of hours, but I prefered "Pirates of Silicon Valley" in terms of overall feel. This feels like it's been influenced more by "The Social Network".
Doesn't get relationships right. Decent portrayal by Kutcher. Should have worked more on story and screenplay - more interesting sides of the story that they could have focused on. For example, Jobs' sense of being abandoned by his real parents.