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Funny or Die’s Steve Jobs Movie Debuts

isteve1You’ve heard about Funny or Die’s creation of a close-to-feature-length Steve Jobs movie, iSteve, with Justin Long as the man himself (hey, he really WAS a Mac) and Jorge Garcia as Woz. You thought, hey, funny idea, but they’re not really gonna make a whole movie (with writer/director Ryan Perez professing to using only the Steve Jobs page on Wikipedia as a source) to beat the Ashton Kutcher thing (and the Aaron Sorkin one based on Walter Isaacson’s book) to market, are they? Guess what? They did. The movie debuted online today, delayed from Monday due to the Boston Marathon bombing. All 78 minutes and 55 seconds of it are available at FunnyOrDie.com. Click here for it (they’re not allowing embedding).

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Whaddya think? Funny and entertaining, or not? (Or one might ask: funny or die?) Comment, and remember, they intended this not to be the best, but the first. And first they are.

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  • I get it!

    this was done for shits and giggles

    it was meant to be unfunny on purpose

    fast and cheap (like a Roger Corman film)

    move along please

    apple doesn’t have much relevance anymore

    they waste more time in court with fucking patent lawsuits

    they should spend the lucre on research & development

    go back to impressing Consumers with innovation vs stagnation

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBmMKXFmILk

  • I’ve only watched about 20 minutes, but it’s not particularly funny. And the characters don’t seem like who they’re supposed to be.

    It is *definitely* first, though! They nailed that. I’m not sure, with so much material to mine for humor, why THAT’s the achievement they aimed for.

    I’ll finish it later – maybe it gets better.