Steve Jobs: One Last ThingHD Closed Captioning
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About the Movie
Few men have changed our everyday world of work, leisure, and human communication in the way that Apple founder, Steve Jobs, has done. This documentary looks not only at how his talent, his style and his imagination have shaped all of our lives, but also at the influences that shaped and moulded the man himself.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 6
- Fresh: 6
- Rotten: 0
- Average Rating: 7.1/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: Ultimately the docu shows Jobs, as always, ahead of his time.
Fresh: The most fascinating aspect of listening to him talk comes not from what he says about what he did, but how he talks about it.
Fresh: It's a tribute to the singular popularity of Steve Jobs that he's probably the only talking head people would pay to watch for more than an hour.
Fresh: It's just a static shot, the same angle, one guy talking. But what a guy.
Steve jobs made his products with debth,intelligence and beauty. These factors are missing in the documentary.
Great story, great summary
Everyone knows Steve Jobs changed our lives, in one way or another. This documentary is the best I have seen so far. A video worth keeping. Can't believed they even interviewed Jonathan Mak. Would have been a prefect documentary if it includes Jobs' marriage and how his family has changed him.
Pretty terrible documentary
Only watch this if you know almost nothing about Steve Jobs. Most of the interviews are old (so any fans will probably already have seen them) and the new interviews are from like five or six people, who aren't necessarily that affiliated with Steve. For example, half of the movie is from an interview by Robert Cringely, who did not even have that many encounters with Steve! They left out tons and tons of important details, and concentrated on stupid things like this random design that became popular when Steve died. They even showed some of the same clips twice! This is quite a terrible documentary, and there are so many interesting things and people they could have included. They didn't even talk about how terrible NeXT was doing financially when Apple bought it! Acchhh! If you want to know about Steve Jobs, read some books on him (yes, more than one. Even Walter Isaacson's biography leaves out a lot of juicy details).