Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Steve Jobs -- based on the same-named biography by Walter Isaacson -- is a fascinating, exhilarating, controversial look at the titular computer genius (played by Michael Fassbender). While Jobs is portrayed here as a visionary, it's clear that he could be very difficult to work with; the film also paints a fairly harsh picture of him as a father to a daughter he initially denied (a depiction that some of those who knew him personally have taken issue with). Expect several loud arguments, expletive-riddled rants (including "s--t," "a--hole," "goddamn," and "f--k"), some social drinking, and many scenes lovingly showing Apple products.
None shown, though the subject is referenced during an argument between Jobs and his ex-girlfriend.
Fairly salty, including "s--t," "a--hole," and "f--k."
Not everyone has a singular vision, but if you're gifted with one, don't waste it. Fatherhood is an important commitment.
Since the movie is about the founder of Apple, there's plenty of Apple worship in the film; even when certain Apple products are disparaged, they're still presented as better than most. Other products seen/mentioned include Pepsi, Cathay Pacific, and Time magazine.
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