Think about this: If someone made a movie about a sometimes fractured, mostly loving mother-daughter relationship -- both actressess -- that was so deep and so devoted that when the daughter unexpectedly dies in the last act, the mother unexpectedly dies the next day, critics would have roasted it. They would have written that it was totally implausible and unbelievably sentimental. But it happened in real life. In real Hollywood life. The Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds love and deaths are now the stuff of Hollywood legend.