But if Stern lets Jobs off the hook, Kutcher doesn't. Occasionally, to suggest inner turmoil, he'll tremble and clench his fists — that's the hammy stuff. But mostly Kutcher only hints at what might be going on behind this confounding man's ever-shifting eyes. Kutcher finds compassion without going for anything so cheap as an explanation for Jobs' bad behavior; it's a wily, understated performance.


Directed by Joshua Michael Stern.Written by Matt Whiteley.
Starring Ashton Kutcher, Josh Gad, Lukas Haas, James Woods, Abby Brammell and Dermot Mulroney.
Now playing at multiple locations.

Jobs put a lot of himself into the products he developed. To love your MacBook, your iPod, your iPhone, is to love Steve Jobs the man just a little bit, from a convenient distance. Kutcher had it harder: He had to get right inside Jobs' head, and his performance suggests that it wasn't a fun place to be.

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