In a jam-packed box office this weekend, Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad take on the monumental task of bringing to the big screen a story still very fresh in viewer's minds.
Will this help or hurt the film?
Well check out these Jobs reviews and compare them to The Butler reviews and see which biopic you want to spend your entertainment budget on this weekend!
Like the man it's about, "Jobs" is thin and unassuming, but keeps surprising you with ideas and innovation. -- Joe Neumaier, New York Daily News
There's a void inside the man that Kutcher never manages to fill. -- Michael O'Sullivan, Washington Post
The film works best early on...watching how the young, ambitious college drop-out uses his wits and his wiles to develop an exciting idea and bring it to life. -- Leonard Maltin, Leonard Maltin's Picks
After a while, you don't care. -- Manohla Dargis, New York Times
If Jobs had been a producer on Jobs, he would have sent it back to the lab for a redesign. -- Liam Lacey, Globe and Mail
Does a fantastic job of giving us a portrait of who Steve Jobs was, but it fails to do it with a critical eye. Kutcher gives us one of the best performances of 2013. -- Michelle Alexandria, Eclipse Magazine