The movie could have been good even if false. But it wasn't. It wasn't close to memorable or good, much less great or insanely great. Had Jobs been in charge of this movie it never would have seen the light of day and some of the key people would be running for their lives. It gives a wrong impression of how young people without money and without experience start a company. It also ignores the fact that through the entire duration of the film, Apple only had one source of revenue (the first 10 years of the company) and that all of Jobs' efforts, including the Macintosh, were failures. The Macintosh was made successful by others under Sculley in years after Jobs departed. The movie is trying to say that LSD dreams lead to greater thinking but the truth is much different in the case of Apple. I don't have time but you'd be shocked how many scenes in the movie were the reverse, with Jobs on the receiving end and not the creating end. The person who held as much of the company as Jobs and myself, and who was our business mentor, is horribly portrayed. The person who was our president from the corporation start to going public is not mentioned either. A good and truthful movie would be much more entertaining but it takes more work to get the story right, not just one character's mannerisms.