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Steve Jobs: The Man in the MachineIn his signature black turtleneck and blue jeans, shrouded in shadows below a milky apple, Steve Jobs' image was ubiquitous. But who was the man on the stage? What accounted for the grief of so many across the world when he died? From Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney, 'Steve Jobs: The Man In The Machine' is a critical examination of Jobs who was at once revered as an iconoclastic genius and a barbed-tongued tyrant. A candid look at Jobs' legacy featuring interviews with a handful of those close to him at different stages in his life, the film is evocative and nuanced in capturing the essence of the Apple legend and his values which shape the culture of Silicon Valley to this day.Genre: DocumentaryCountry: United StatesDuration: 130 minQuality: HDRelease: 2015IMDb: 6.9
Actors of "Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine"
Directors of "Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine"Alex GibneyBirthdate: 23 October 1953, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine"Alex GibneyBirthdate: 23 October 1953, New York City, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine"New YorkerSeptember 14, 2015
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.New York Magazine/VultureSeptember 04, 2015
Little here is new, but the archival footage is well chosen, the interviewees are illuminating, and Gibney, as usual, potently synthesizes what's out there.Christian Science MonitorSeptember 04, 2015
There is practically nothing in this film that was not already raked over in Walter Isaacson's 2013 biography or in the many thousands of articles about Jobs over the years. But there is something about seeing and hearing this story onscreen.TheWrapSeptember 04, 2015
"Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine" is still wholly engrossing, especially in its first half, when it tells its thrilling creation stories.RogerEbert.comSeptember 04, 2015
A complex portrait that gives as much weight to Jobs' world-changing talents as to his personal flaws.Philadelphia InquirerSeptember 03, 2015
Brings home the complexities and contradictions of the man.Austin ChronicleAugust 29, 2016
An overlong but insightful documentary.FlavorwireMay 28, 2016
A welcome (and, frankly, a bit overdue) corrective to the Jobs hagiography.4:3April 01, 2016
Not only on a biographical account of Jobs, but also a look at the way in which big business and consumers at large engaged with the mythic personal narrative he fostered.Laramie Movie ScopeDecember 23, 2015
Gibney is never able to join, or understand, the choir of millions singing the praises of Steve Jobs. Perhaps because of this, the documentary he has created seems a lot closer to the truth than anything else I've seen about Jobs.Baret NewsDecember 02, 2015
A chilling portrait of an icon who remains revered for spearheading so many technological innovations despite his general contempt for humanity and his utter lack of people skills.NerdistNovember 13, 2015
Whether or not you care about Apple products or Steve Jobs, Gibney's documentary offers a story well worth watching.
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