27 Comments on "Ashton Kutcher Is Steve Jobs"
This movie is happening now because i phones and ipods are very successful, wait until the next big company/tech gadget and then there will be another big ego worshipping movie about what a huge innovator the dead founder was. Snore.
Spike, Yale Graduate school, if I recall correctly.
Wow, what an excellent post. (You sound a lot like my dad, an old school programmer). I want to research your comments now to learn more.
Ashton Kutcher's future biography: "Killing Kelso".
Ho boy. That was BAAAAAD, and not in a good way. 🙁
he will always be dumb kelso
Do you have a beard and suspenders?
An egotistical asshole whose only concern is for himself and his place in the world? I think it's perfect for Ashton.
Cameron Crowe was dead right. Ashton needs acting lessons.
I was half expecting Berta to walk by with a load of laundry and Alan to pop up with a fart joke. Oh wait, that wasn't a promo for next week's episode of Two and a Half Men? Sorry….
Wozniak is in the news saying that the scene where he & Jobs argue about everyone having PCs someday (according to Jobs) never happened. I cannot stand Kutcher the role butcher & will stick to the book about him if I can ever get it from the library!
Not according to Woz.
Ashton Kutcher is also an asshole, but don't let that distract you.
I don't watch anything with him in by choice. So unless I'm tied up in a room with a bootleg copy of this "Kelso Gets a Job" thing I won't see it or him thankfully.
I won't pay to see it. But if it pops up on the tube someday, I'll give it a chance.
His physicality is akin to a performer in Planet of The Apes. He should stick to camera commercials.
He was really good in the Butterfly Effect. I will give him a chance in this role.
Yeah still sounds like Kelso.
Ashton Kutchner, as a malignant narcissist with a robust substance abuse history. That'll be a stretch!
Of COURSE Ashton would be all over this role. I think he probably thinks he and Jobs have a lot in common, being tech GIANTS and all. /eyeroll
I adore Steve Jobs, Ashton not so much. I think the voice is throwing me, but if you have watched any of the old interviews that Jobs did in the late 80s, the dialog doesn't seem too far fetched to me…he was always talking about his place in history and what he was bringing to the world.
I think he *looks* a lot like Steve Jobs, but as soon as he opens his mouth, all I hear is Kelso.
I see only see Ashton, not Jobs.
Is it too late to break all 10 of the scriptwriter's typing fingers? I've never seen such self-conscious dialogue outside of an Aaron Sorkin project.