Jonathan Kim calls it “an Apple-hater’s manifesto”: Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple and the man credited with bringing both personal computers and advanced mobile electronics o the masses, died on October 5, 2011. But the battleShow More Summary
The case, centered on lots of old Steve Jobs emails, has been argued over four years. [ more › ]
The new doc Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine is in theaters and on-demand today. What does it mean for the Valley legend's legacy? There's a moment at the end of director Alex Gibney's new documentary Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine that presents the audience with a blank iPhone screen. Show More Summary
In a new documentary "Steve Jobs: The Man In The Machine," director Alex Gibney explores the side of Jobs most have never seen
Remember when Steve Jobs abandoned his daughter and refused to pay child support despite being worth millions of dollars? Read more...
Movie fans may be waiting on Aaron Sorkin and Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs biopic, but another Jobs-related project arrives in theaters today. And, boy, is it not a film Apple is happy about! Titled Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine, the feature-length documentary is directed by Oscar winner Alex Gibney, who has previously made […]
Alex Gibney's documentary "Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine," which has been heavily criticized by Apple executives, made its official debut on Friday, appearing in a limited theatrical run, as well as on a variety of online servi...
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The madly (as in angrily) prolific Alex Gibney is back with another provocative doc on someone who has had more impact than Julian Assange, Lance Armstrong, Tom Cruise, and almost anyone else whom Gibney has profiled put together: the demigod Steve Jobs. The movie — Steve Jobs: The Man in the... More »
Steve Jobs on a stamp issued by a very poor African country. catwalker/www.shutterstock.com The documentary Steve Jobs: Man in the Machine, which opens today and I reviewed, begins with a disturbing story concerning a check that Steve Jobs and his partner Steve Wozniak received from Atari for contributing to the development of a video game. Show More Summary
Director Alex Gibney wraps up his latest documentary, Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine, with an apt encapsulation of the Apple co-founder's conflicting persona: "He had the focus of a monk, without the empathy." Jobs, who passed away...Show More Summary
Steve Jobs once pranked Starbucks and ordered 4,000 lattes
The new documentary from Alex Gibney shares a number of surprising anecdotes from the Apple co-founder's life.
If you liked The Social Network, this trailer is for you! The BBC released a first look at the upcoming docudrama The Gamechangers, which centers around the development and success of the Grand Theft Auto video game franchise! Daniel Radcliffe stars as Sam Houser, the genius behind one of the most popular and money making video games [...]
While a cavalcade of therapists of friends stating what makes Jobs tick isn’t innately appealing, one never gets a proper sense of why this legendary man was nearly cartoonishly malevolent. Hollywood can’t get enough of Steve Jobs. A young boy explains, incredulously: “He made EVERYTHING!” Now he turns his gimlet-eyed lens on the legend of
The life of Apple's late co-founder Steve Jobs is the subject of a controversial documentary from Magnolia Pictures. Steve Jobs: The Man In the Machine is making its official debut today in a select number of US theaters. It is also available to rent on iTunes and on demand from a number of cable and satellite TV systems. Show More Summary
Oscar winner Alex Gibney puts Apple's founder in a harsh light that also questions consumers' role in his success
This Labor Day weekend is a very quiet one at the movies—as they usually are, for no good reason—but we’ve got a trio of noteworthy new releases doing the art-house (and, mostly, VOD) thing this holiday. …Read More
Perhaps one of the most unfortunate but inevitable reactions o Alex Gibney’s “Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine” would be that it’s a “takedown” of the Apple co-founder. It’s not. Surely, the film subjects Jobs’ cult of personality to such severe scrutiny that it goes a long way toward dismantling it. Show More Summary
During one of the most heart-breaking and memorable scenes, Bob Belleville, who was the Director of Engineering at Macintosh from 1982-85, revealed that with the stressful work conditions and long hours, he lost his family while working for Jobs. Documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney – whose last film was HBO’s “Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison