Mix one part college dropout, two parts entrepreneurial spirit, three parts vision . . . and you've got a one-of-a-kind Steve Jobs. Apple's iconic founder was a highly influential and — for the relentless work ethic he expected of himself and his employees — controversial figure in the tech industry, which is why his story makes for such compelling film fodder.
Comedy site Funny or Die released the first (so far) Steve Jobs biopic today, iSteve, a near 80-minute movie starring Justin Long. But before you dig into the parody, look at the former and future legitimate attempts at capturing the personal and professional life of Jobs on screen.