Steve Jobs movie review

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You Have A Couple Years Ago When I Reviewed

the Ashton Kutcher Steve Jobs movie I said I was watching jobs and I was like how much better with this movie have been. If it was written by Aaron Sorkin and that life has given us that so let’s review that Steve Jobs so Steve Jobs was written by Aaron Sorkin’s directed by Danny Boyle stars Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs and ultimately answers the question of why about Steve Jobs a lot of movies answer the who what when where and how but the most interesting question about a character and about a person is the why why is that person that way, why does he see the world that way, Why does he do the things he does probably my favorite other questions because it’s the least answered of the questions even if you get an answer for. The why you don’t like the answer you get nonetheless an Aaron Sorkin ease dialogue between characters. This movie explores Steve Jobs and who he was as a person fascinatingly enough it doesn’t explore the guy’s life as you would think it would explore his life. This movie like most movies broken up into three acts.

However, All Of These Acts Take Place

backstage or in a building where Steve job is going to give a presentation of some sort. It’s really the intense dialogue between him and other people that takes place backstage before this presentation and using that formula explores who Steve Jobs was and I’m, a fan of Aaron Sorkin‘s writing I love dialogue movies that actually nail the dialogue. This movie thrives on dialogue it’s a dialogue movie really nothing happens in this movie except dialogue and when a movie goes that angle and hits it. It’s great if it doesn’t hit it it’s boring as luckily. This isn’t one of the boring ones.

One Of The Great Ones Does Michael Fassbender

is perfect as Steve Jobs. This movie went through a lot of changes. Also I guess Christian Bale was gonna be Steve Jobs at one point what we got with Michael Fassbender and this creative team is his Steve Jobs that you look at you’re like we all knew Steve Jobs was a dick. He was intense. He was a douche to people We get that but in watching this movie you feel like you kind of get how Steve Jobs brain works.

Youre Like I Kind Understand Why He

would say some of the things he says and why he sees things a certain way Why these things irritate him the more seen Seth Rogen was even like you. Don’t write code, What is it you actually do what you do is you think things up and you have a team of people who bust their ass while you take all the credit and in that it illustrates that Steve Jobs was very imaginative, sometimes too imaginative for the technology that existed at the time. Couldn’t always do the things he wanted to do, but in evaders are like that they should be like that I really loved the relationship between him and his daughter. All this his girl that he’s like she’s not my daughter, but you know that she is he’s just super in denial about it you can see. A point in this movie where he just has this dumbfounded look like that’s my daughter.

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The Thing About This Movie Is It Taking

place backstage and dialogue between characters and really that’s the fruit of the movie I wanted to see other things in this I wanted to see how he started. Apple I wanted to see how he started the tech in the garage. Like we always heard branded we got a movie that showed that I just wanted to see a movie that showed that that was done by a better creative thing, but it sure Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin would probably looked me in the eyes and be like yeah. You want that kind of redundancy a team did do that you got that movie and that’s why we don’t do it that way all right fair enough guys. In the end, I thought Steve.

Jobs Was Great! Michael Fassbender Was Great As

Steve Jobs. Aaron Sorkin did a great job writing the movie Danny Boyle did a great job directing the movie. It feels a bit isolated at times and doesn’t explore Steve Jobs life to the extent you might want to see but it’s impressive how they still explore Steve Jobs the person in the isolated scenarios that they actually have him in and I will say Steve Jobs is certainly worth watching and worth buying on blu-ray right so Steve Jobs have you seen it what did you think about it judging by the numbers not a lot of you have so you should watch it though then tell me whatever you thought and comment below let me know and as always if you like what you’ve seen here and you want to see more click right here to see more.

Summary

Steve Jobs was written by Aaron Sorkin’s directed by Danny Boyle stars Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs . The movie explores Steve Jobs and who he was as a person fascinatingly enough it doesn’t explore the guy’s life as you would think it would explore his life . This movie thrives on dialogue it’s a dialogue movie really nothing happens in this movie except dialogue and when a movie goes that angle and hits it it’s boring as luckily luckily, luckily. This isn’t one of the boring ones. The movie went through a lot of changes. I guess Christian Bale was gonna be Steve Jobs at one point what we got with Michael Fassesbender and this creative team is his Steve Job.& This movie went into this movie at one stage. It’s really the intense dialogue between him and other people that takes place backstage before this presentation and using that formula explores who Steve Jobs is what I’m a fan of Aaron Sankin’s writing. I love dialogue movies that actually nail…. Click here to read more and watch the full video