Here is the rare survey that might bring at least a small grin to someone in the White House.
The online purveyor MovieTickets.com has some telling new findings on Oliver Stone’s “W,” which opens Friday and presents the life of President Bush as vitriolic docudrama and near fantasy, according to some critics.
The public may not bother to go.
In an online survey of 5,079 movie goers, 63 percent said they did not plan to attend; 37 percent said yes, they would go.
Bad news for Oliver. Good news, perhaps, for “Max Payne,” which opens the same day.
— Jennifer Harper, National Desk reporter