Is this the single greatest scene in cinematic history?
Thanks for posting this OP, now I know that Ashton Kutcher is absolutely shit at playing Steve Jobs (who is a human garbage person) and don't have to watch the entire shit movie.
Your clip saved me a few hours of shit so I thank you.
>tfw no one watched your Steve Jobs movie because the memes weren't dank enough
This is a fine scene but it's definitely not the greatest scene in cinematic history. the greatest scene in history is the dual sunsets scene in Star Wars Ep. 4 a new hope
I really didn't like the new one, Fassbender trying to hide his accent was horrible, I felt like I was watching Far and Away, and the comic jewary by Seth Rogan was very unnecessary.
>the year of our lord twenty sixteen
>still trying desperately to force a meme
it didnt happen last year, its not happening this year
GET IT THROUGH YOU'RE GROSS NECKBEARD ITS NEVER GOING TO HAPPEN
I like Ashton Kutcher but he's not that good in this role at all.
Maybe if this movie weren't about Steve Jobs and were about something completely different, it could've been alright.
Redditors play the memes, I play the maymays.
NO! I ALREADY BANNED YOU!
WHY ARE YOU STILL HERE?!
Needs more poop.
Im sick of 15 year olds that think their movie edit videos they put on YT are funny.
If you deleted all these shitty videos like this from youtube, about 88% of YT would be gone.
Can this happen somehow, please
have we forgotten so quickly /tv/...
Literally only neck beards and virgins like apple products. It's the only way they feel included in anything. You know who an Apple guy is? The fatass at the pool party who brags to his fat friends that he went to a party. In reality he's lonely, didn't talk, and spent the two hours there a nervous wreck.