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Steve Jobs: The Man In the Machine

HD   R Closed Captioning

Alex Gibney

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About the Movie

Academy Award®-winning director Alex Gibney [Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief] pulls no punches in his portrait of Apple founder Steve Jobs and his legacy. This probing and unflinching look at the life and aftermath of the bold, brilliant and at times ruthless iconoclast explores what accounted for the grief of so many when he died.

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Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews

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77%
  • Reviews Counted: 77
  • Fresh: 59
  • Rotten: 18
  • Average Rating: 7.1/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Fresh: Mr. Gibney, a prolific documentarian, not only charts Mr. Jobs's extraordinary record of marketing and innovation, but also presents a merciless anatomy of a complicated public character. – Nicolas Rapold, New York Times, Sep 3, 2015

Fresh: Gibney's built a powerful and compelling case-even if much of the ground he covers won't be news to anyone who follows Apple. – Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment Weekly, Sep 3, 2015

Fresh: Gibney is certainly good at what he does, and "Steve Jobs" is at its best in providing a brisk summation of the man's life. Or, more accurately, lives, for Jobs seemed to have been more people than one would have thought possible. – Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times, Sep 3, 2015

Rotten: Despite the movie's journalistic substance, the pleasure-free banality of its style gets in the way of a view of Jobs himself, whose work is as much aesthetic as it is industrial. – Richard Brody, New Yorker, Sep 14, 2015

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Customer Reviews

A must-see

This may be the best movie we ever get about the subject of Steve Jobs. Both Jobs’s genius and his dark side are depicted with vivid insight and nuance. You may never look at that iPhone in your hand the same way again. You truly will think different."

Probing and insightful

Gibney does for Jobs here what he did for Scientology with Going Clear. Really terrific.

So compelling..

I was completely drawn into this amazing biography - Alex Gibney has really uncovered a lot of juicy information about Jobs that I didn't know about before. Watch it with a date!

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Steve Jobs: The Man In the Machine
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  • $12.99
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Released: 2015

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