Today I saw jOBS at Sundance, the story of a young Steve Jobs, the now legendary co-founder and CEO of Apple Computer. And although I know it may be inaccurate and exaggerated, it was the experience I wanted.
The words of Gizmodo reader and contributor, Seth Kinkaid, who today shares his full review of the independent movie “jOBS” – (which chronicles the early years of Apple CEO and Chairman, Steve Jobs, alongside the role of his co-founder and business partner, Steve Wozniak) – after becoming one of the first in the world to see the movie at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
“I wasn’t sure exactly what I would get, but it turned out to be surprisingly nice,” Kinkaid recalls having watched the movie. “It was… satisfying. It also proved that I could enjoy Ashton Kutcher’s acting as Silicon Valley’s most prized CEO. Although his performance wasn’t perfect, it felt right.”
“The rest of the movie was just as good,” Kinkaid concludes.
Read the full review.