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'Bush's Brain' Explores Rove's Role in President's Rise

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'Bush's Brain' Explores Rove's Role in President's Rise

'Bush's Brain' Explores Rove's Role in President's Rise

'Bush's Brain' Explores Rove's Role in President's Rise

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Based on a book of the same name by two Texas reporters who knew President Bush before he hit the national stage, the new film Bush's Brain looks at Bush's top political adviser, Karl Rove — the man some call the president's Svengali. Los Angeles Times movie critic Kenneth Turan has a review.