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Star Rating: 4 ½ stars
Release Date: 2015
Cast: Michael Fassbender (X-Men Series, Macbeth), Kate Winslet (Titanic, Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind), Seth Rogen( This is the End, Pineapple Express), Jeff Daniels (The Martian, Dumb & Dumber), Michael Stuhlabarg (A Serious Man, Seven Stuhlbarg, Hugo), Kathrine Waterston(Inherent Vice, Michael Clayton), Peria Haney-Jardine (Spider-Man 3, Dark Water), Riplay Sobo (A New York Winter’s Tale, Ricki and the Flash), Makenzie Moss (Bad Ass, Do You Believe?), Sarah Snook (Jessabelle, Not Suitable for Children)
Steve Jobs, set at three different product launches gives an unique insight into the life of the man Steve Jobs and the global company Apple. Starting in 1984 and ending with the unveiling of the iMac this film shows what a perfectly exacted film can be.
Aaron Sorkin creates a three act structure which gives a look into the life of Steve Jobs across 15 years of his life. The flow of characters in and out of the dressing room of Steve Jobs and the many walks through the backstage corridors give a fantastically made film. With Danny Boyle’s unique direction that shows the dialogue and plot in a amazing way, twisting rockets on walls as they are talked about, the cutting of newspapers across the screen and the simple camera angles give an essential place in the finished product. the finished product being a unique, amazing will executed film.
The structure of Sorkins screenplay allows the viewer to see into Steve Jobs life as he gradually begins to show compassion. All through the film the character of Steve Jobs starts to become into a man that no body could possibly lime but the slow sense of kindness and understanding in his characters means that don’t hate him at all. And this is helped by Fassbender’s Oscar nominated performance, the way that he delivers his dialogue makes the flow of the repetitive settings a usual place win the film. Repeating the three dressing rooms and walks through the hallways makes you become used to the way that the three act structure works.
The success of the film is down to the three act structures. At each the minor characters come back to meet Steve Jobs and often do the same things. And the way that at the final act things from the first act come back into the plot. It gives a entertaining flow of dialogue, direction and acting. Steve Jobs is a film that works in the way that every aspect gives the other place in the film. The acting gives way to the screenplay and the direction gives way to the acting. It is a film that is just waiting to say HELLO.
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Noah. I am 12 years old and I am writing all the film and TV reviews that you will see on this page. I love films. I love them because how they take you into a completely different world to your own. Films take you on an emotional journey, whether they make you cry or laugh films are wonderful. Even the terrible ones make you laugh, because they are so terrible. Films have the ability to show us other worlds and show us how the world that we live in is changing.
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