So, it's no "Social Network" in the scripting, but it wasn't terrible or droll. There are gaps that play out in Steve Jobs' personal life that get some service at the start of the Apple empire, but then nothing is mentioned until the very end, and it's very confusing. As to portraying Steve Jobs as a ruthless PC technology visionary, the film stays in that lane for most of its running time. Ashton Kutcher (as Jobs) was okay, not super-rangy but not so mediocre as to distract from the story unfolding as it recounts the rise and fall and rise again of Jobs at Apple. I sort of wanted to know more about what happened to the people who helped Jobs create Apple from its infancy, and you don't really get much in that department.
I give it 2 stars or a grade of C.