For all the controversy around this film, and there should be controversy, probably the one thing that isn't said enough is: it isn't very good. Seeing it for free (I wouldn't pay) at a local arthouse, the first twenty minutes clips along. It's interesting, the setup and use of news reel as well as the way in which they cut the news real is inventive. But the movie quickly derails immediately following the assassination and wanders aimlessly, as though the director and scriptwriter had no idea of where to really go after the assassination moment. I get the strong feeling that this film started as two guys in a bar saying "wouldn't it be cool if... " and this is what they end up with. Despite the serious ethical concerns with a film such as this - editing together speechs of Cheney, etc. to make it sound as a eulogy for Bush - the film itself comes off as plodding and unfocused. I had thought for a while this could be a fictious recounting of a presidential assassination, only using real characters. But the film itself is just an unfocused mess. I'm trying to think of anyone out there outside of the most malicious really would watch this and contend it was a "good experience"