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Director Oliver Stone previously had dug deep into our country's presidential history to give us revealing films like JFK and Nixon. With Stone in charge of W., the potential was huge. Never before has a film of this magnitude been released about a president who was still in office. Factor in that George W. Bush's presidency has been the most dramatic reign in some time, and you should have a formula for something spectacular.
Instead, we got 129 minutes of W's daddy issues and not much else.
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