Bobby (2006) is history wrapped around fiction's little finger: sound clips and archival footage of the real Bobby Kennedy wind in and out of the world of writer-director Emilio Estevez's imagined Ambassador Hotel. This is where Kennedy was assassinated in 1968, and Estevez recreates the era with attaboy attention to detail--plus some prime tail! Heather Graham patches us through to heaven as a hotel switchboard operator, and Lindsay Lohan puts in a fine performance trying to keep Elijah Wood out of the war and by her side. If you were Wood, would you even have to decide? Demi Moore shows up as a drink-sunk chanteuse, and Emilio throws this old dog a bone with some Sharon Stone as a tough-cookie haircutter. Helen Hunt is vacationer Martin Sheen's main lady, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead is always a winner. Bobby is an ensemble drama of the Robert Altman stripe, so there are men to go with the hens: Anthony Hopkins, William H. Macy, Laurence Fishburne, Christian Slater, and Moore's man Ashton Kutcher round out the massive cast.