I finally got to see W. last night. I thought it was some of Oliver Stone's better work. To me, his movies usually get bogged down in a long drawn out section of what Simon Cowell would call "self-indulgent nonsense", and that's where he starts to bore me to tears. Stone didn't seem to go there in this one, so it flowed nicely. I thought that Josh Brolin did a great job of picking up on the voice and mannerisms of Bush without going to far to the impersonation side. I was impressed. But on the flip side, some of the supporting actors went SO far to the impersonation side that it got really distracting for me. Everytime that Condi Rice or Colin Powell said anything, I ofund myself so distracted trying to figure out why they'd even attempt the voices they did if they were so far off the mark that i wasn't paying attention to what they were saying or doing.