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War Dogs Review - The Atlantic

The Atlantic: Maybe the only thing you need to hear about War Dogs, Todd Phillips’s aggressive new comedy about two Miami stoners who became gun-runners and Iraq War profiteers, is the supreme lameness of its intertitles. For every act break, the film cuts to black and flashes a line of text on screen, something provocative like “If I wanted you dead, you’d be dead already,” or, “That sounds illegal.” Then, a few minutes later, someone will say that very line, and you can almost smell the self-satisfaction wafting from the screen.

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