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Steve Jobs

A cold and under-developed Main Character Throughline distances us from becoming emotionally involved with the film.

Structure: 1/5 | Entertainment: 3/5

That fidgety, uncomfortable feeling you get while watching the first half of Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs? That is the result of an underdeveloped Main Character Throughline. Whether purposeful or not, the refusal to let us in on what Jobs is personally feeling or experiencing makes it impossible for us to empathize with the film's events.

The Main Character is our personal first-person perspective into a narrative. Each Throughline...

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