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Jobs (2013)

PG-13 Drama, History
Jobs DVD and Blu-ray release date was November 26, 2013. Jobs Netflix rental release date is December 24, 2013 (estimated) and Redbox release date is December 24, 2013 (estimated).
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WhereMediaRelease Date
AmazonNovember 26, 2013Nov 26, 2013 calendar
Amazon Prime VideoNovember 12, 2013Nov 12, 2013
Digital HDNo date yet
DVD rentalDecember 24, 2013Dec 24, 2013
DVD rentalDecember 24, 2013Dec 24, 2013


Starring: Ashton Kutcher, Dermot Mulroney, Josh Gad, Lukas Haas, Matthew Modine
Director: Joshua Michael Stern
Writer: Matt Whiteley
In Theaters: August 16, 2013
Runtime: 128 min
Gross: $16.1 mil            6.0
This biographical film follows the life and rise to prominence of famed Apple innovator Steve Jobs. The movie tells the story of how Jobs, who was forced to drop out of college due to financial difficulties, builds the first Apple computer with childhood friend Steve Wozniak in a garage. Together, they create the Apple II computer and find success. The movie also details the private life of Jobs, including his illegitimate daughter that he denied for much of her early childhood. At one point, Jobs is fired from the very company he helped to create, although he is later reinstated and welcomed back into the Apple fold. Jobs' struggles with interpersonal relationships are fully documented throughout the film and told with a sympathetic viewpoint. The film wraps up by covering the final advertisement that Jobs recorded for Apple.
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