Jobs

2013

Jobs

Critics Consensus

An ambitious but skin-deep portrait of an influential, complex figure, Jobs often has the feel of an over-sentimentalized made-for-TV biopic.

28%

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Total Count: 132

40%

Audience Score

User Ratings: 40,982
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It only takes one person to start a revolution. The extraordinary story of Steve Jobs, the original innovator and ground-breaking entrepreneur who let nothing stand in the way of greatness. The film tells the epic and turbulent story of Jobs as he blazed a trail that changed technology -- and the world - forever. (c) Official Site

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Cast

Ashton Kutcher
as Steve Jobs
Josh Gad
as Steve Wozniak
Matthew Modine
as John Sculley
J.K. Simmons
as Arthur Rock
Ron Eldard
as Rod Holt
Ahna O'Reilly
as Chris-Ann Brennan
Victor Rasuk
as Bill Fernandez
John Getz
as Paul Jobs
Kevin Dunn
as Gil Amelio
James Woods
as Jack Dudman
Nelson Franklin
as Bill Atkinson
Eddie Hassell
as Chris Espinosa
Elden Henson
as Andy Hertzfeld
Dermot Mulroney
as Mike Markkula
Lukas Haas
as Daniel Kottke
Lenny Jacobson
as Burrell Smith
Brett Gelman
as Jef Raskin
Brad William Henke
as Paul Terrell
Giles Matthey
as Jonathan Ive
Robert Pine
as Ed Woolard
Clint Jung
as Gareth Chang
David Denman
as Al Alcorn
Masi Oka
as Ken Tanaka
Abby Brammell
as Laurene Jobs
Annika Bertea
as Lisa Jobs
Paul Baretto
as Reed Jobs
Samm Levine
as Apple Designer #1
Cody Chappel
as Student At Lounge
Joel Murray
as Computer Professor
William Mapother
as Calligraphy Professor
Scott Krinsky
as Homebrew Attendee
Evan Helmuth
as Francis
Laura Niemi
as Jobs Secretary
Jim Turner
as Jobs Attorney
Clayton Rohner
as Financial Expert
Rachel Rosenstein
as Apple Receptionist
Christopher Curry
as Board Member #1
Dan Shaked
as Apple Engineer
Duncan Bravo
as Zen Roshi
Kent Shocknek
as 1980 News Caster
Olivia Johnson
as Girl In Bedroom Estate
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All Critics (132) | Top Critics (37)

Audience Reviews for Jobs

  • Feb 14, 2016
    I know that this wasn't well-received, but I found it interesting nonetheless. I like how it compliments the other Steve Jobs film really well, telling different aspects of his life. I can't say that anyone would like this, but I enjoyed it, mostly because of the subject matter.
    Stephen S Super Reviewer
  • Apr 06, 2014
    No one is going to be renting this for 2.99. It was a mess. The beginning feels rushed, and the middle feels drawn out. It makes Steve Jobs look like a terrible person to close to his death, completely leaves out his major competitors, and has bizarre nothing to do with anything sequences like him spinning around in a grassy field for 5 minutes. Kutcher looks exactly like him though.
    Vincent T Super Reviewer
  • Apr 03, 2014
    A fascinating biopic about one of the most influential men of our time, Jobs is the story of Apple Computers founder Steve Jobs. The story follows his early days in college and the creation of Apple, along with his struggle to build and maintain control of his company. It's a compelling tale about the corrupting influence of ambition and the price of genius. Ashton Kutcher gives an especially good performance, and is backed up by a strong supporting cast. Jobs is an uncompromising look into a figure that changed how we look at technology.
    Dann M Super Reviewer
  • Feb 20, 2014
    At some levels, it works and would have worked, but it fails in the certain cliches that befall too many contemporary, commercialized films. To read the book is better.
    Adriel L Super Reviewer

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