I pointed out a few ways in Fair Game, the new movie based on Joe Wilson's and Valerie Plame's memoirs ignore facts inconvenient to their tale (mostly, that the leaker and the leaked-to both opposed the invasion of Iraq). Walter Pincus and Richard Leiby at the Post wrote this:
The movie holds up as a thoroughly researched and essentially accurate account -- albeit with caveats. It's told from the point of view of Joe Wilson and Valerie Plame Wilson, upon whose separate memoirs the script is based. The CIA and the Bush White House will clearly disagree with its telling of events.
The Post's editors, however, don't pull any punches in an editorial today:
"Fair Game," based on books by Mr. Wilson and his wife, is full of distortions - not to mention outright inventions....
Hollywood has a habit of making movies about historical events without regard for the truth; "Fair Game" is just one more example. But the film's reception illustrates a more troubling trend of political debates in Washington in which established facts are willfully ignored.