All in all, Dreyfuss says that he participated in this film for the money, that it's 6/8 of a good film, wonders if the film has any historical legs, and likens working with Stone to working with Sean Hannity. But this is also a good case of needing to see it for yourself. Out of context and in print, his words sound quite rant-filled, but come off as wryly critical in video, with a little sarcasm and humor for good measure.
I must say I appreciate this. In fact, I'm much more likely to see a film where an actor gives his completely honest opinion. Saying "it's pretty good, but not awesome," makes me trust the statement a heck of a lot more than "it's sensational!" What do you think?