He noted in an interview that it was "a great movie. What the hell are you doing?
Mike was portrayed in the movie in a very inaccurate and unfair way, making it look like he was financially shrewd. And there was this growing ripple of laughter throughout the auditorium when people got what was happening.
I just wanted a small startup experience and a chance to design a smaller product again, a universal remote control. Xerox got a lot of Apple stock for it too, it was an agreement. I found myself thinking it was actually Steve on the screen. Dillard of AllMovie argues that "thanks to inspired casting and strong writing, this well-oiled TV biopic managed to transform the unglamorous genesis of the personal-computer industry into solid entertainment precisely at the moment when dot-com mania was sweeping the nation.
The personal drives portrayed in the movie were amazingly accurate. Critical response[ edit ] The personalities were very accurately portrayed Wyle agreed and initially appeared as Jobs, until Jobs walked onto the stage and let the audience in on the joke. Incidents [in the film] are accurate in the sense that they all occurred but they are often with the wrong parties Bill FernandezApple employee 4, was with me and the computer that burned up in and at the wrong dates when John Sculley joined, he had to redirect attention from the Apple IIInot the Macto the Apple II and places Homebrew Computer Club was at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center He described Pirates of Silicon Valley as "intriguing, interesting.
Microsoft just took it from Xerox or Apple or whomever.
Woz would show up once a week with his latest to test it out, and Steve Jobs was on the phone a lot in the kitchen. It took them a long time to get it halfway right.
I loved watching it [ So were the key personalities, but not some others First I pick up my slide-clicker and then I put my hands together. Noah Wyle was just uncannily close to Jobs.
But he stayed on script and was very kind to me. I honestly had had no idea what to expect: Actually, he was intellectually open and contributing and, more than anyone else, he ran and structured the company in the early days, while Steve floated around getting his feet wet at running a company and learning to be a top executive.Watch video · Interviews with Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and other tech elites consistently reveal that Silicon Valley parents are strict about technology use.
A new book suggests the signs may have been clear years ago that smartphone use should be regulated. Pirates of Silicon Valley is an original American made for television biographical drama film, directed by Martyn Burke and starring Noah Wyle as Steve Jobs and Anthony Michael Hall as Bill Gates.
Bill Gates remembers Steve Jobs as a colleague, competitor, and friend, and reflects on the profound impact he had.
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Bill Gates and Steve Jobs weren't always enemies — Microsoft made software early on for the mega-popular Apple II PC, and Gates would routinely fly down to Cupertino to.
Little did they know, Steve Jobs would return to Apple to rejuvenate them. It's very interesting hearing firsthand from Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and many others about their roles and recollections of the events from a couple years earlier. It's so inspiring to see how these industry tycoons turned their computer passion into booming businesses.Download