Steve Jobs ★★★★

A really interesting film to analyse, given that there are two strongly distinct styles at play - Aaron Sorkin's dialogue-heavy writing and Danny Boyle's very visual direction - combined with the theatrical conceit of the three-sequence structure.

For the most part, all of that actually comes together into something gripping - Sorkin and Boyle's styles are both highly energetic, which is befitting of a film about such an intense man.

There are certain scenes that lean towards being style-over-substance - the part where two different conversations between Jobs and John Scully are intercut demanded my attention so much that it lost it - but that criticism is countered by the film's moving final images.