"Here's to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels… because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do."
That famous monologue, delivered over the series of "Think Different" ads that helped reintroduce Apple as a major company in the late 90s, is just one of many landmark moments from Steve Jobs's life that comes to the screen in Jobs, the new biopic about the Apple founder. Following Jobs from his years doing drugs and making trouble at Reed College to his ouster from Apple and return to the company in 1996, it's a sweeping story about the years before Jobs exploded back into the tech world with the invention of the iPod and later the iPhone. It's a story about a tech genius, but also a look at the personal life of a man who couldn't always treat the people in his life as well as he treated his own ideas.
Starring Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad, Jobs opens this Friday, and to celebrate it we've got a prize pack to give away. One lucky winner will receive the movie's soundtrack, a T-shirt, and best of all a poster signed by Ashton Kutcher and director Josh Stern. You can see all three prize items in the photo below, along with a closer look at the poster itself:
How do you enter?Just click on over to our Facebook page, "Like" it if you haven't already, and then leave a comment on this contest post. Tell us why you're looking forward to Jobs and we'll pick one winner and one grand prize winner at random. The contest ends at 12 am EST on Monday, August 19th. If you enter, please make sure we can contact you via Facebook. If you have it set to where we can't message you, your prize will go to somebody else.
The winner will be notified via Facebook direct message and asked to provide their mailing addresses (no P.O. boxes please, and addresses in the United States only). Prize packs will be mailed directly to the winner. No purchase necessary. Failure to comply with the rules will result in disqualification and subsequent mockery. Good luck!
Check out the trailer for Jobs below, and catch it in theaters starting this weekend.