Watch: Funny or Die's 'iSteve' Full Feature Film Starring Justin Long

April 17, 2013
Source: Funny or Die


You've seen the trailer, and now the full length feature film, the first of its kind from Funny or Die, has arrived. Justin Long stars in iSteve, the first feature film about legendary Apple founder Steve Jobs, beating both the Ashton Kutcher led Jobs (check out our video blog reaction from Sundance earlier this year) and Aaron Sorkin's gestating film to the public. Coming from Funny or Die, we're not sure what to expect in terms of cinematic quality, but after scrubbing through some of the film, it's definitely a comedic approach to Jobs' life and it looks like any other low budget indie film. Jorge Garcia, James Urbaniak, Paul Rust and Michaela Watkins also star in the film, and you can watch it online for free right now!

Click the image below to watch Ryan Perez's iSteve in full directly on Funny or Die:


iSteve is Funny Or Die's Steve Jobs movie with Justin Long. It was originally conceived as just a fake movie trailer, before Funny or Die producer Allison Hord and writer/director Ryan Perez (who has worked for "SNL" and is an experienced comedy filmmaking veteran) decided to turn it into a full-length feature film. Running just over 78 minutes, the film was written in three days, filmed in five, and is basically a movie version of Steve Jobs' Wikipedia page. Some hard work went into this film so give it a chance. Thoughts?

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iThink Funny or Die's iSteve movie is a brilliant. It's funny entertainment, and it serves to prove how Hollywood is continually taking the world of entertainment on an unnecessarily costly ride. iThink we've been duped for way too long! iSteve was written and completed in only eight days? iWould like to see more like this! That's what iThink!

Guest on Apr 17, 2013


iSee what you did there

Bassil on Apr 17, 2013


That virtual reality sex scene was by far one of the funniest things i've seen in awhile and iSteve is much better than many of the hollywood comedies out today.

Zade_92 on Apr 17, 2013


I gave it a chance and thought that it was absolutely atrocious. The film might have made a humorous short sketch, but they added a lot of obvious filler to make it feature length and it just did not work for me.

Sean Kelly on Apr 18, 2013

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