PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, History
A chronicle of the life and Presidency of George W. Bush.
Brad Sham, long-time radio voice of the Dallas Cowboys, makes a brief appearance as a White House reporter near the end of the movie. He's asks the question about 9/11 in which "W" struggles to answer.
Here they come they'll be bringing the heat.
George W. Bush: I know, don't swing at anything I can't hit.
Reporter #1: Mr. Bush, Mr. Bush, you didn't talk much about education. What are your plans for reform?
George W. Bush: Well, uh, I'm gonna deregulate school districts so that teachers and ...
In the second scene, in the Oval Office, Toby Jones's character refers to "Roosevelt after Pearl Harbor," meaning FDR, but he pronounces "Roosevelt" with the "oo" sound as in "kangaroo." Theodor Roosevelt used that pronunciation, but his distant cousin, FDR, came from a branch of the family that pronounced the last name's o's as in "rose."
At the very end of the credits, you see a Christian cross with a period. It morphs into the W-period logo of the movie.
Written and Performed by Harry Cohen
$10,505,668 (USA) (19 October 2008)
$25,534,493 (USA) (4 December 2008)