Hi Fassy Fans! I went to see the movie with my sister today. Michael was AMAZING! I loved the film (a confirmed computer geek), my sister, not so much. While she praised Michael's performance, I think the computer terminology left her somewhat lost. I thought the way they framed the film (3 major computer industry releases) was an interesting and innovative way to describe the man behind the products. I highly recommend the film but leave the luddites at home.
Hey Deborah, I'm glad you enjoyed Steve Jobs! And you're right, either Fassinators in love with anything Michael does, or Apple product geeks, will enjoy Steve Jobs. Some critical comments say that it's "too talky" which means, they themselves are luddites. LOL!It's definitely a film worth many repeats. Thanks for sharing your thoughts!
Man I just watched the film. It was really good. Fassy was awesome! The plot was good. Also another plus was the score. Ye music was great. I was so entranced.
The film was utterly amazing and truly transformative. I couldn't take my eyes off of Michael. His best film end to end since Shame. I want to see it again!
Fantastic! I'm glad both Jhessye and Snootiegirl loved Steve Jobs. It was just brilliant.I didn't like The Social Network, so I'm glad Sorkin wrote Jobs in a way that mesmerized me.
Just got home after seeing this film with my friend and catching some lunch. I absolutely love this movie. It is far from an action movie but I must say it had the same heart pumping affect of an intense action movie.Michael = Pure AwesomenessI must say that all of the performances were incredible. Steve Jobs deserves all the praise it has gotten. I for one was breathless after some of the exchanges between the characters. My friend liked it enough and she thought Michael was really good in it. She however was not aware that it was dialogue heavy and she said she was falling asleep a few times. (I joked with her her about her age, 54). I guess I was too mesmerized to even notice. I will have to go see this again. Hopefully come awards season this film will be rewarded, as well as Michael. Definitely an incredible performance. Maybe my favorite. Maybe it's because I already think so highly of Michael's skills but my heart was pounding.
LOL! Good for you Martha in having the stamina to deal with the heavy dialogue. Too many Americans are used to lame one liners, and shoot-outs, to handle mature films like Steve Jobs.
It was so refreshing to go to a well-crafted 'talkie,' wasn't it?
@Snootiegirl, yes, intelligent minds need intelligent films. I loved The Martian and Mad Mad: Fury Road, but my brain needed what Steve Jobs provided.
Good to read all the comments! I still have to wait to see it...bummer
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