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LIKE / DISLIKE these Computer Movies & Shows?


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LIKE / DISLIKE these Computer Movies & Shows?  

19 members have voted

  1. 1. Pirates of Silicon Valley

    • 😃 Great!
      5
    • 😐 Good
      3
    • 😫 Poor
      0
    • ⛔️ Have Not Seen
      12
  2. 2. The Social Network

    • 😃 Great!
      0
    • 😐 Good
      5
    • 😫 Poor
      0
    • ⛔️ Have Not Seen
      15
  3. 3. Halt and Catch Fire

    • 😃 Great!
      7
    • 😐 Good
      1
    • 😫 Poor
      1
    • ⛔️ Have Not Seen
      11
  4. 4. Silicon Valley

    • 😃 Great!
      2
    • 😐 Good
      4
    • 😫 Poor
      0
    • ⛔️ Have Not Seen
      14
  5. 5. Jobs (Ashton Kutcher)

    • 😃 Great!
      1
    • 😐 Good
      4
    • 😫 Poor
      0
    • ⛔️ Have Not Seen
      15
  6. 6. Steve Jobs (Michael Fassbender)

    • 😃 Great!
      0
    • 😐 Good
      2
    • 😫 Poor
      0
    • ⛔️ Have Not Seen
      18
  7. 7. Atari: Game Over

    • 😃 Great!
      8
    • 😐 Good
      3
    • 😫 Poor
      0
    • ⛔️ Have Not Seen
      9
  8. 8. Mr. Robot

    • 😃 Great!
      4
    • 😐 Good
      4
    • 😫 Poor
      0
    • ⛔️ Have Not Seen
      12


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I voted obviously only for what I had seen. Based mostly on my personal entertainment level. Unless it is set in stone how about adding the movie Pirates of Silicon Valley? It always comes to mind when I think of these types of shows/movies. 

 

 

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I remember Pirates and Jobs.  I have not seen the others.  Pirates I liked because it showed two important computer companies going head to head.  And each actor played their parts well.  I got so into the story that for a while my mind believed it was Steve we were watching and not Ashton. He portrayed Jobs so well it was almost like Jobs had invaded him.  Maybe it had something to do with Jobs' passing that made me highly sucked into the movie.  Im not sure.  I highly enjoyed watching Jobs' keynotes whenever they were done.  He had that knack to getting people's attention and hold it there.  It's why I bought an iPad for college when they first came out and why I use an iPhone now.  I love the products.  I also still have my iPod Shuffle I still use.  The small ones with the clip.  I wanted a Nano but I missed out on those.  

But, granted, I watched both movies I mentioned with Jobs being my favorite.

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