And to a point it is.... It is more interesting to people that don't care about the truth as much as they care about shallow entertainment and becoming more misinformed about a topic or person. Now they'll run around spouting quotes about as accurate as, "I can see Russia from my house".
For myself, I read or study the real history. The good and bad, the balances. I don't want caricatures of hero's and villains. I want to understand the people. And if you can spend a little time and effort getting the basic facts right and looking at the nuance and conflicts that are real people and real situations -- then I have no problem seeing your film (even though there will always have to be shortcuts, flaws, and abbreviations to fit the format).
So I'm not interested in supporting a well acted, but intellectually vapid and inaccurate Hollywood movies, that are shallower than Kim Kardashian's wading pool, and don't at least TRY to tell the truth. Thus I'll wait until I can watch this, without giving a nickel of my own money to supporting the assassination of history.
Now, Walter Isaacson's book on Jobs was pretty good, but flawed. Walter is not a tech guy, he was a people guy -- thus he couldn't and didn't call Steve on his bullshit (when Steve was flim-flamming him on some of the tech history). I imagine that's part of why Steve picked him in the first place. But overall the book was a really good people story. It dove fairly deep and made a strong effort to offer balance. It was too soft in parts, but far better than this deification of The Steve. So I'm hoping a movie based on that book, will be better. It certainly starts with a better core, and it at least tried to consult people involved (like Woz) on what happened -- and that hints that they'll try to offer the core of truth in an entertaining way.
Saw it. It was below expectations, which were very low.