Michael Fassbender Is Stunning in Relentless Steve Jobs Biopic

By Robert Moeller Published on September 6, 2015

With “Steve Jobs,” screenwriter Aaron Sorkin adds another chapter to his hopefully ongoing American tech saga. First, in the Sorkin-written, David Fincher-directed “The Social Network,” Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg went from quirky Harvard nerd to friendless billionaire, changing the way people connected for better and worse.

Now, in Sorkin’s new film, directed by Danny Boyle and premiering at the Telluride Film Festival on Saturday, Steve Jobs goes from Apple inventor to Apple reject to Apple savior.

Those of us who grip our iPhones, type on our MacBooks, listen to our iTunes and tap on our iPads know the story of Apple. We know these beautiful items were credited after Jobs was brought back to save the company he’d co-founded from bankruptcy. We also know the withered cancer victim who fought back death until it finally carried him under.

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