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Was Steve Jobs really a genius?

Danny Boyle’s biopic is well made and the performances are ace but the film doesn’t know what it wants to say about the Apple CEO

14 November 2015

9:00 AM

14 November 2015

9:00 AM

Steve Jobs

15, Nationwide

Steve Jobs is a film about a man in whom I have little interest, but for 120 minutes I was at least quite interested, which is a result. But this doesn’t make it a great film, and in many ways it isn’t. It never quite pins Jobs down. It never quite works out what it wishes to say about him.

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