Transcript for Wozniak Pans Kutcher 'Jobs' Film: 'It Fell a Bit Flat'
We have the brewing feud over the new steve jobs movie, starring ashton kutcher. It premiered over the weekend. And the harshest review was from apple's co-founder. Steve wozniak called the film fiction. And abc's neal karlinsky has the story. We raised the bar. And if we want to stay there, we have to risk everything. Reporter: This morning, the producers of "jobs," the much-anticipated film about the apple founder are learning, there's really only one steve jobs. To some extent, it's gotten a bad rap in right of the fact it had the audacity to cast ashton kutcher as one of the most significant figures of the last century. And people have a hard time taking ashton kutcher seriously. Reporter: The film opened to lackluster reviews and a poor box office return this weekend. Now, a feud is brewing between ashton kutcher and of all people, apple co-founder, steve wozniak. Wozniak, featured prominently in the movie, with his early days of jobs, has taken on the role of chief critic, that steve jobs isn't portrayed accurately. Ashton played steve jobs so well. The ideas that drove apple forward. Reporter: Kutcher didn't respond to a request. But told the associated press, steve wozniak is being paid by another company to support their steve jobs film. He was also extremely unavailable to us. The film's producers have been quick to point out, the movie is a drama, not a documentary. Kutcher told "gma" earlier this month, getting jobs right was important to him. I wanted to honor him and who he was and how he was. And I really admire him. I had such high hopes for this movie. And it was so hard to say that it let me down a bit. And it fell a bit flat. Reporter: Wozniak may not be a fan. But he did go see the movie. And even though he didn't like it, he has the rest of us talking about it. And in the movie business, that's not bad. For "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle. And woz said he feels like a lot of what went wrong from the film came from ashton's image of jobs. He said that ashton was disingenuous in the role. But he's talking about it. We're talking about it. It needs the help. It was seventh in the box office over the weekend.
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