Richard Dreyfuss appeared on "The View" to publicize "W.," in which he plays Dick Cheney, but ended up criticizing the film and director Oliver Stone instead.
When asked why he made the film, he said he did it for "money." Dreyfuss also said, "I think it's 6/8ths of a great film."
Asked how it was to work with Oliver Stone, he said "imagine working for Sean Hannity... you can be a fascist, even when you're on the left."
He also said he isn't sure the film "will have any historical legs."
That and more pointed criticism in the clip below, with a bonus awkward moment at the end.
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