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"There is No Room for Demons"

All along the way, she was open about her struggles and mental health in a way that few dared — and she was funny while she did it. You don't have to look any further than her Twitter bio — "there's no room for demons when you're self-possessed" — to understand exactly who Carrie Fisher was.

One of the best tributes to Carrie Fisher.

Walt Mossberg on Sorkin's 'Steve Jobs'

Unlike Mr. Sorkin, I did know the real Steve Jobs, for about 14 years — the most productive and successful 14 years of his career running Apple, Inc. I spent scores of hours in private conversations with him over those years, and interviewed him numerous times onstage at a tech conference I co-produced. And the Steve Jobs portrayed in Sorkin’s film isn’t the man I knew.

Sorkin chose to cherry-pick and exaggerate some of the worst aspects of Jobs’s character, and to focus on a period of his career when he was young and immature. His film chooses to give enormous emphasis to perhaps the most shameful episode in Jobs’s personal life, the period when he denied paternity of an out-of-wedlock daughter.

Unfortunately, this is yet another Steve Jobs movie that I'll be skipping. I had high hopes but alas, the book was good enough for me.

"When Marnie Was There" Out Today! [Official Trailer]

Studio Ghibli use to keep on releasing awesomeness and today is no exception. "When Marnie Was There" is set to be the last film from the studio after the retirement of Hayao Miyazaki and it's reviews are nothing less than stellar. Hitting select theaters today, check out the official trailer below or better yet, go watch it!

If you want to read plot spoilers and reviews, I'd recommend NPR's take.