'Jobs' biopic disappoints at box office in opening weekend

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  • Reply 101 of 106
    v5vv5v Posts: 1,357member

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    Originally Posted by anantksundaram View Post





    I guess it must be all the tech Luddites of the world who'll likely spent more than $20 billion on it this year?



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    Right? Morons. If they downloaded their movies instead of buying physical media they could be absolutely sure their collection is always safe, because their movies will not play anywhere else!

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    oakhammd wrote: »
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    Or as Robert Zimmerman once said, "don't criticize what you don't understand"
  • Reply 103 of 106

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    You really want to a bio-pic to deal with stuff like this?  



    Did I say I did? I was merely pointing out that the guy had his history wrong.

  • Reply 104 of 106

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    Right? Morons. If they downloaded their movies instead of buying physical media they could be absolutely sure their collection is always safe, because their movies will not play anywhere else!



    Yeah, right.


     


    Not to mention all those knowledge Luddites who have trouble figuring out that the whole world does not have broadband internet.....


     


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  • Reply 105 of 106
    sdw2001sdw2001 Posts: 18,012member

    Saw it, too.  I was disappointed.  Kutcher did a great job and really worked hard at "becoming" Jobs.  But his dedication and physical resemblance just couldn't overcome the disjointed script.  It's as if the writers couldn't decide if they were telling the story of Steve Jobs or of Apple itself.   There were also huge leaps in time that left one wondering "how did we get here?"   We Apple fans likely know, but the general audience?  Doubtful.  

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