tmay wrote: »
applecored wrote: »
The fact that Sorkin is using the most valid source materiel, Walter Isaacson's official Jobs biography, and has top level talent willing to work with him, would suggest that his movie is an even handed view of Steve Jobs. .
Nice little story you have there. Too bad its from 2012.
That little link would make you a liar no different than Aaron Sorkin.
Not saying it doesn't happen any more, but at least give Apple credit for putting its tremendous weight behind eliminating underage workers on Apple's assembly lines, and having policies in place supporting workers rights that are enforced by Apple.
Wanna bet that all of that arcane consumer crap that you are always praising has significantly less support of workers rights behind it than Apple products do?
Wouldn't that be countered with the fact that Tim wasn't speaking to any film, just speaking about the opportunism of even making these films about Steve Jobs?
mac_128 wrote: »
Yeah I'm confused about this too ... Didn't Steve Jobs personally put his stamp of approval on the book? If that's the source material then who can say it's not reasonably accurate?
frankie wrote: »
Regardless of either of their comments there's no denying that Apple and other huge comapnies have exploited cheap labor overseas to make hundreds of billions in profits while screwing over the American workforce.
There's zero patriotism in that.