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Rating & Content Info
Why is jOBS rated PG-13? jOBS is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some drug content and brief strong language.
Violence: Verbal arguments occur. Moments of deep personal grief and anxiety are portrayed. Dishonesty without negative consequences is depicted.
Sexual Content: An unmarried man and woman have sex (no details are seen). Later the man denies the possibility of fathering the woman’s child. A party depicts sensual activity between men and women. Infrequent sexual innuendo is included.
Language: A sexual expletive is used twice in non-sexual contexts. Frequent scatological slang is heard. Infrequent mild cursing, profanity, and vulgar expressions are included in the script.
Alcohol / Drug Use: The use of illegal substances is portrayed without negative consequences. Alcohol is frequently consumed. Smoking is depicted in a historical context.
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|British Columbia||PG||Coarse Language. Drug Use.|
|Manitoba||PG||Language May Offend, Substance/Alcohol Abuse.|
|Ontario||14A||Language May Offend, Substance Abuse.|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
News About "jOBS"
Cast and Crew
jOBS is directed by Joshua Michael Stern and stars Ashton Kutcher, Josh Gad, Annika Bertea.
The most recent home video release of jOBS movie is November 26, 2013. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: jOBS
Release Date: 26 November 2013
jOBS relelases to home video (Blu-ray/DVD/Ultraviolet Digital Copy) with the following extras:
- Ashton Kutcher is Steve Jobs: Ashton Kutcher and others discuss the challenges of playing one of the most enigmatic figures in American history, and co-stars reflect on how Kutcher transformed himself into the groundbreaking entrepreneur.
- The Legacy of Steve Jobs: Cast and crew reflect on how Jobs and his innovations have impacted and inspired everyone’s daily lives.
- Jobs - Behind the Score: Composer John Debney explains how he approached creating the score.
- Audio Commentary with Director Joshua Michael Stern
- Deleted Scenes
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