Oliver Stone has described his new film "W." as an "empathetic" portrait of President George W. Bush. But Bush's younger brother, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, has a different take on the director's latest feature.
Stone's film revolves around the relationship between George W. Bush and his father, former President George H.W. Bush, and goes so far as to imply that the decision to invade Iraq stemmed in part from Bush the Younger's desire to move out from the shadow of Bush the Elder.
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But Jeb's not buying it.
"The Oedipal rivalry is high-grade, unadulterated hooey," Jeb Bush told the Washington Times. Perhaps if Jeb had been consulted by Stone or screenwriter Stanley Weiser during the making of "W." he could have steered them differently. But Jeb says he "didn't receive a call," from either.