The Immature Steve Jobs →

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Walt Mossberg, in his column on the The Verge, comments on the new Steve Jobs movie:

At the very end of the lengthy credits for Steve Jobs, there’s a statement in tiny type saying that the film includes material that is fictionalized and events that are invented. A gutsier movie would have put that disclaimer in big type, right at the beginning.

I haven’t seen the movie yet and, until now, avoided any information pertaining to the film. After inadvertently reading Walt’s words, I don’t I think want to any longer — why would I want to taint my knowledge of Steve with fiction instead of fact?

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  • dRoplet

    Have you seen the movie already?

  • Yep.

  • dRoplet

    How would score it 0-10?

  • That would be too easy. There are good things and terrible issues with it. I’d need to write a review.