I am always prepared for the worst when seeing "historical" motion pictures, as the film makers always have a vision or agenda that sacrifices actual historical content. This is a good example. The main takeaway was successful, Steve Jobs was a complex, driven, and not altogether easy person to deal with. Ashton Kutcher did well in this role, better than I thought was likely. However, this one was clearly a Jobs worship movie, that made too little of the rest of the technological contributions that made personal computer development possible. The Apple II and macintosh were great contributions that involved some good original thinking, but stood on the shoulders of developments made by Ed Roberts (MITS-Altair), Pre and early Microsoft (Gates and Allen), IBM, people at Xerox who were eventually pulled into the Apple fold.etc. And too little was made of Wozniaks great design work. Always frustrating to watch bad history - does it somehow cheapen the story to tell it right? But the film makers wanted more of a worship movie than a telling of history, so enjoy that for what it is. Definitely worth the rent, and it is a good message about how eccentric personalities are really necessary in shaping a future no-one else would gamble on. Jobs passing left a huge vacuum in the world of technology, so we will miss him, and wonder how things will evolve from here.