Is it sad that when the credits rolled and I saw "Punk on Street - Kirk Thatcher", I knew it was the same guy who played the punk on the bus in Star Trek IV - The Voyage Home?
It was okay. Compressing many story elements into 3 periods of time, if anybody has read the autobiography you'll know this film does play fast and lose with what happened when. Indeed, some of the Jobs/Woz arguments shown in this never actually happened and was added just to get over pertinent points of the story.
You know, hand on heart, I think I preferred the Ashton Kutcher version - he looked a hell of a lot more like Jobs and it framed the story over the time period better.
A nice idea, executed well. A lot of reviews were negative because of the comparison to the original 70's version of the film. Not having seen it, it's not affected my view, although a lot of that criticism appears to be around the fact that it's "different". Whatever those differences are, I don't believe a modern version is necessarily affected by changes that make it more relevant to a contemporary audience.
One change I do know they made was to…