Some reviewers have taken malicious pleasure in slamming Emillio Estavez's "Bobby", a tapestry of fictional characters converging on the day that Robert F. Kennedy was assasinated June 4, 1968. Too much "message" some lament. (Better to have a muddy confusion like "Syriana", which critics adored?) Too many characters, others yell. (Some truth in that observation).
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