W. President George W. Bush has garnered genuine admiration in some and provoked furious screaming fits in others. Whatever your political stripe, you might be interested in Oliver Stone's surprisingly sympathetic portrait of our current president from his hard drinking days in Yale to the aftermath of the Iraq invasion. Critical reaction has been mostly positive. Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times raves, "Oliver Stone's 'W.,' a biography of President Bush, is fascinating. No other word for it." However, David Ansen of Newsweek wasn't a fan: "W. might have had some impact had it been made four years ago. But it's both too late and too early for a movie about our sitting president."