"Steve Jobs" picks up two Golden Globes

While the Danny Boyle film Steve Jobs hasn't exactly been a box-office smash, the movie has received critical acclaim since its first showing at the Telluride Film Festival in 2015. Last night, the movie was honored with two Golden Globe awards.

Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, who decided to show the life of Steve Jobs in three acts -- three different product introductions -- won the Best Screenplay award. Kate Winslet, who played Joanna Hoffman in a highly-fictionalized role (she's shown as being behind the scenes at all of the product introductions when she was not), won the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role.

Other nominations for Golden Globes fell flat, however. Michael Fassbender lost out to Leonardo DiCaprio for the Best Actor award, and Daniel Pemberton's score didn't win the Best Original Score award. The movie was not nominated for either Best Director or Best Motion Picture.