Seriously - I have no idea how this film got such great reviews and won awards. The entire idea is utterly ridiculous. That Jobs had his daughter running around before three product launches and having all these issues happening just before he went out on stage - its just utterly unrealistic in a way far beyond you can suspend reality and take it for what it is. The interactions with Woz are dumb, the writing is poor, the big story about Job is not about him and his daughter and yet that is the single most important thing in this film. At least with the Facebook film they took what actually happened and spiced it up a bit and did very good job. This is practically unwatchable - they've written a load of stuff that didn't happen and then just shoved in some of the best quotes from the book in as many places as they could. The only people I could imagine liking this are people who knew nothing of Jobs, Apple or technology in general and people who haven't read the autobiography. Pirates of Silicon Valley is still the best tech film, I mean this wasn't even about tech - it was a shallow story about a man and his relationship with his estranged daughter. A lot of negativity about the film is about how they made Jobs too harsh, to be fair - that was the only bit I liked about it, but again unenjoyable because of how ridiculous inaccurate the parts were where he was being comically mean. I'd rather have spent 2 hours watching the Mac, Next Cube and iMac keynotes on Youtube, a far better watch.