A new biopic of Steve Jobs has stimulated an energetic row between Steve Wozniak, Apple’s co-founder and Ashton Kutcher, the actor who stars as the technology developer.
Jobs, directed by Joshua Michael Stern, follow its subject’s journey from California college drop-out to the digitized revolution heralded by the 2001 unveiling of Apple’s globe-conquering iPod.
The film, which was released in the US last weekend, elaborates how Jobs joined forces with his friend Steve Wozniak (Josh Gad) to construct the first Apple computer kit in Jobs’s parents’ garage.
Wozniak said he thought the acting throughout was good and he was attentive and entertained but that was not enough so that he could recommend the movie, Wozniak posted this dismissive and unprepared review on the discussion page of a technology website.
Kutcher was claimed to be a relative of Jobs and he even adopted his regulated diet system in the film, and this thing was criticized by Apple’s co-founder.
Wozniak was questioned by Kutcher on his motives and claimed that he is being paid by another movie studio to help them in supporting Steve Jobs film.
Wozniak is reported to have met with Aaron Sorkin, who is adapting Walter Isaac son’s official biography of the late Apple chief, who died in 2011 from cancer complications.
The movie ends pretty much where the great Jobs finally found product success (the iPod) and changed so many of our lives,” Wozniak wrote.
Wozniak wrote that the movie ends somewhat where eminent Jobs finally found product success very well known as iPod and has changed so many of our life’s.
Rotten Tomatoes website which gathers all reviews, the film has just 25 percent on it. The Huffington post said that Jobs focused too much on Apple as a company but not on Steve Jobs.