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Nate McBean over 7 years ago
Recommended by a coworker. (5/9/2012)
Andrew Preston over 7 years ago
The facts seemed right, but the characters seemed like caricatures.
Bevan Clark over 8 years ago
dont bother unless you are a geek and interested in the period
Joel Try over 8 years ago
Didn't particularly like the writing. The tech journo in me was nitpicking the whole time.
Mishlaev Vitaliy over 8 years ago
Must see for all enterpuners
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DR Strange over 7 years ago
Pirates of Silicon Valley is a 1999 made-for-television film directed by Martyn Burke and based on the book Fire in the Valley: The Making of The Personal Computer by Paul Freiberger and Michael Swaine. The film documents the impact on the development of the personal computer of the rivalry between Apple Computer and Microsoft. It spans the time period of the early 1970s to 1997, when Steve Jobs (Noah Wyle) and Bill Gates (Anthony Michael Hall) develop a partnership after Jobs returns to Apple Computer. It aired on Turner Network Television on April 6 & 7, 1999. The film opens with the creation of the 1984 commercial for Apple Computer, which introduced the first Macintosh. Steve Jobs (Noah Wyle) is speaking with director Ridley Scott (J. G. Hertzler), trying to convey his idea that "We're creating a completely new consciousness." Scott, however, is more concerned at the moment with the technical aspects of the commercial. The film then flashes forward to 1997 as Jobs, who has...
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