LOS ANGELES — “The Reality Distortion Field.” Anyone who’s had an ambitious boss has used the phrase, though few probably realize that it was coined at Apple Computer in the early ’80s to describe the impossible demands emanating from Steve Jobs.

The RDF makes a few appearances in director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs — including the view from the audience. And like Jobs’ insistence on bending reason to fit his will, the result is something pretty spectacular.

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Which is to say, Steve Jobs as a historical document is borderline laughable. As a moviegoing experience? Read more…

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‘Steve Jobs’ review: A great movie seen through Sorkin’s reality distortion field