Summary: Ashton Kutcher gives the performance of his lifetime in this highly anticipated drama based on the life of the most influential figures of the 21st century. Starring as Steve Jobs, Kutcher takes us on the inventor’s rocky journey from college dropout to billionaire entrepreneur, detailing the rise of Apple computers and his take-no-prisoners attitude.
Australian Cinema Release Date: 29th August, 2013
Australian DVD Release Date: TBA
Country: United States
Director: Joshua Michael Stern
Screenwriter: Matt Whiteley
Cast: Ava Acres (Young Lisa Jobs), Paul Baretto (Reed Jobs), Ness Bautista (Carlos Kidd), Annika Bertea (Lisa Jobs), Abby Brammell (Laurene Jobs), Duncan Bravo (Zen Roshi), Amanda Crew (Julie), David Denman (Al Alcorn), Kevin Dunn (Gil Amelio), Ron Eldard (Rod Holt), Nelson Franklin (Bill Atkinson), Josh Gad (Steve Wozniak), Brett Gelman (Jeff Raskin), John Getz (Paul Jobs), Lukas Haas (Daniel Kottke), Eddie Hassell (Chris Espinosa), Evan Helmuth (Francis), Brad William Henke (Paul Terrell), Eldon Henson (Andy Hertzfield), Lenny Jacobson (Burrell Smith), Clint Jung (Gareth Chang), Mark Kassen (Jud), Aaron Kuban (Ethan), Ashton Kutcher (Steve Jobs), Giles Matthey (Jonathan Ive), Abigail McConnell (Joanna Hoffman), Matthew Modine (John Sculley), Dermot Mulroney (Mike Markkula), Dennis Nicomede (Professor Andrews), Ahna O’Reilly (Chris-Ann Brennan), Masi Oka (Ken Tanaka), Robert Pine (Ed Woolard), Victor Rasuk (Bill Fernandez), J.K. Simmons (Arthur Rock), Lesley Ann Warren (Clara Jobs), James Woods (Jack Dudman)
Runtime: 127 mins
SUBCULTURE MEDIA/THE GOOD THE BAD THE UGLY FILM SHOW REVIEWS/RATINGS OF ‘JOBS’:
Please check Dave’s review of ‘Jobs’ that is available on The Helium Entertainment Channel
Please check Greg’s review of ‘Jobs’ that is available on www.filmreviews.net.au
Please check Nick’s review of ‘Jobs’ that is available on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Ep #47
Please check Adam’s review of ‘Jobs’ that is available on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Ep #47
Other Subculture Media Reviews of ‘Jobs′: Nil.