Yes, It’s January. The midst of it to be precise and I have kickstarted my 2017 moviegoing experience with a Christmas/romantic/comedy movie starting Bryan Cranston and James Franco. It wasn’t my choice, I was hypnotized, tied up, a gun was held against my head and if I didn’t oblige I was gonna see the face of god.
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Buddy comedy meets true crime in Todd Phillips flick.
by Katia Kutsenko
War Dogs is not an innovative movie, nor a first of its kind. It is not the first time we see a film aiming to unite both the dramatic, the comic and the emotional vectors. The comic part is perhaps the best, well-covered by Hangover trilogy (2009-2013) director Todd Phillips, whose filmography also includes Old School (2003) and Due Date (2010). The real appeal of the movie, however, lies with the main characters, with the incredibly realistic and excessive Jonah Hill and the authentic “good guy” Miles Teller.
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