New Steve Jobs biopic by Slumdog Millionaire's director is captivating
Shot by Slumdog Millionaire-'s director Danny Boyle, Michael Fassbender makes a fascinating Steve Jobs in this picture that traces back Apple-'s...
Shot by Slumdog Millionaire's director Danny Boyle, Michael Fassbender makes a fascinating Steve Jobs in this picture that traces back Apple's father life through three distinct steps, beginning with the launching of Macintosh in 1983, NeXTcube in 1988 and iMac in 1998.
It portrays magnificiently the birth of a genious.
Starring, Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen.
Written by Aaron Sorkin.
Here are some spectator's reactions:
"Aaron Sorkin's screenplay and Danny Boyle's direction give us a Steve Jobs profile that does not idolise or flatter him. As a result, the film gains respect and we gain insight."
"You don't have to use Apple products or even like Steve Jobs the person to appreciate Steve Jobs the movie. It's a brilliant masterpiece and intimate, warts-and-all portrait of a broken person who literally changed the world"
"Michael Fassbender becomes Steve Jobs with an incredible performance, definitely Oscar worthy."
"This is one small corner of a portrait, magnified to the extreme. If you do happen to find this product user-friendly, it will be due to the aptly intuitive design of Fassbender's excellent performance in the title role."
"Sleek, efficient and spunky, Aaron Sorkin's attempt to distil Steve Jobs' life into one pocket-sized movie reflects Apple products in all but one way: its ambition is alienating enough to render it user-unfriendly."