This movie was based on a real guy who invented a type of windshield wiper, had the idea (allegedly?) stolen by Ford, and then spent years fighting in court, sacrificing much in the process. It went on a bit long (maybe to show the real lifelong struggle), but was a good story of the common man vs. corporate evil.
I TiVo'd the VP debate, but haven't watched it. I've read enough commentary and blogging I'm not sure I want to.
Last night I also could have gone to the book party of a friend of 2 friends (where I would only have known the friends), but chose the movie. Found out later it was wonderful. Oh well. Too many choices.
Busy weekend ahead.