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Ashton Kutcher's Performance In Steve Job Biopic Being Slammed

January 28. 2013


Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs

Hate to say I told you so, no I don't, I told you so. I know movies, having written and copyrighted many scripts. I have complimented films (previews) on my sites that went on to do very well at the box office and slammed others that flopped shortly after. Months ago the Judiciary Report insisted superficial actor Ashton Kutcher making a Steve Jobs biopic was a bad idea (Ashton Kutcher Is A Poor Choice To Play Steve Jobs In Biopic). Well, critics and audiences saw a preview of the movie this past weekend and many of the reviews are negative. Even Jobs' former partner at Apple, Steve Wozniak, slammed it as inaccurate. Critics are also slamming Kutcher's performance.

The only reason Kutcher was allowed to do this foolishness is because he is in Hollywood's Illuminati, who are running the entertainment industry into the ground. Now they've messed up Jobs' life story. Jobs of all people. How could they let Kutcher and Kabbalah mess up Jobs' life story and legacy like this. Crazy cults shouldn't be allowed to do such things, especially with historical pieces that need proper attention and the right talent for accurate, compelling cinema.

Look at the horrible job Kutcher's fellow cult member Madonna did with "W.E." attempting to rewrite British history, as critics noted, with her madness and adding copyright infringing items to it (from my copyrights) that didn't even happen in the Royal Family's history, foisting her mental illness on the public (Madonna Booed In London At The Premiere Of Her Copyright Infringing Film “We” and Boycott Madonna's Rip-Off "We" Movie - Part 2 ). Thanks to the Judiciary Report's public boycott the film flopped, was scrapped and sent straight to DVD where it flopped some more. Leave the filmmaking to the professionals who actually have a talent for it and are insane.


Ashton Kutcher Gets Mixed Reviews as Steve Jobs

January 27, 2013, 4:30 am - The actor gets some kudos, but early reviews say his movie bio is an over-polished Apple
The new biopic of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs starring Ashton Kutcher in a nerdy beard premiered at the Sundance Film Festival Friday to an early round of mixed reviews.

The Two and a Half Men star won respectful praise for tackling such an iconic role in jOBS, but indications are that this apparently adulatory portrait of the techno-genius is not The Social Network for computers. The Hollywood Reporter reviewer Justin Lowe calls the film - directed by Joshua Michael Stern and covering the rise, fall and rise of the brilliant innovator in the years leading up to the introduction of the iPod - "passably entertaining," but closer to a "two-hour commercial" than a real interpretation of a life. Kutcher manages to re-create Jobs' mannerisms and is at his best in speeches "haranguing his employees or board of directors."

If "the movie avoids outright hagiography," says Variety critic Justin Chang, it "more or less embodies the sort of bland, go-with-the-flow creative thinking Jobs himself would have scorned." Kutcher's performance is "carefully judged," but despite "an impressive attempt at vocal mimickry. the illusion never fully seizes hold."

Indiewire admires "Kutcher's committed performance, certainly his most impressive turn in years, which conveys the character's focused, manipulative intentions in each calculated look." But the tone of the movie, which critic Eric Cohn grades a "C plus," is so worshipful at times it borders on "creepy.

CNET's Casey Newton also praises Kutcher for his determination to capture the physical essence of the man, not to mention having to handle "fully 40 percent of the lines," but the movie fails to create any supporting characters to share the screen. "The viewer spends two hours watching cardboard cutouts lose arguments to Ashton Kutcher." Finally, according to Vince Horiuchi in The Salt Lake Tribune, Kutcher is "not the casting disaster that some thought he might be." However, "he is much too tall." ...


Wozniak Turned Down Involvement in "jOBS" Due to "Crap" Script

5:48 AM EST, Jan. 28th, 2013 - The independent biopic jOBS, which premiered Friday at the Sundance Film Festival, was not produced with the help of Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak due to a highly inaccurate script which Mr. Wozniak described to The Verge as "crap." Mr. Wozniak previously told Gizmodo that an interaction between Steve Jobs and Mr. Wozniak depicted in the film’s first pre-release promotional scene was "totally wrong."

jOBS stars Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad as Mr. Jobs and Mr. Wozniak, respectively, and opened to mixed reviews over the weekend. While most reviewers found the story entertaining overall, historical inaccuracies and a "shallow" approach left many disappointed with the first film about Apple and Steve Jobs since his death in 2011.

That disappointment was shared by Mr. Wozniak, who was approached by the film’s producers early in the development of the movie. Finding the film’s script to be "crap," however, Mr. Wozniak turned down the producers’ offer and instead became involved in the Sony-backed and Aaron Sorkin-directed film about Steve Jobs that is still in production.



Ashton Kutcher Is A Poor Choice To Play Steve Jobs In Biopic 



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