The other Truman Capote movie, which was filmed at the same time as the more successful (both financially and artistically) "Capote." Englishman Jones is at least physically more suited to the role of the fey author, who revels in his Gotham society milieu. Still, you've got Truman and his best friend Harper Lee (an understated Bullock) traipsing off to Kansas to work on his true-crime story. Daniels is solid as lawman Alvin Dewey while Craig (the new James Bond) is a mixed blessing as killer Perry Smith; he's physically wrong and overwhelming for the part but you still can't take your eyes off him. Would that the same could be said of McGrath's glossy film.