Steve Schmidt On "Game Change"

Says Schmidt:
It’s a story of when cynicism and idealism collide, when you have to do the things that are necessary to win to try to get in office to do the great things you want to do for the country. And I think it showed a process of vetting that was debilitated by secrecy, that was compartmentalized, that failed, that led to a result that was reckless for the country. And I think when you look back at that race, you see this person who is just so phenomenally talented at so many levels, an ability to connect. But also someone who had a lot of flaws as someone running to be in the national command authority who clearly wasn’t prepared.
Dammit, I want to see this movie.

B-Diddy is fortunate enough to subscribe to the HBO. He texted me on Saturday as he was watching Game Change:

I'm still waiting for that write-up...

Seriously though, I thought that the movie looked great and -- no matter what your politics are -- is very likely entertaining. At least to those of us who followed the 2008 presidential campaign.

Has anyone else seen it? Any strong feelings one way or the other?