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Kam-Hung Soh 5 years ago
Extravagant, knowing and cynical.
Tracey Orr over 6 years ago
One of the only movies I can stand Nicolas Cage in.
Josh Steadman over 6 years ago
If you like feeling dirty, depressed, cynical, & hopeless, then this is the film for you.
Grant davies almost 7 years ago
good film
Jake Barlow 7 years ago
Ridiculous, corny, predictable, & boring.
Sara Kaddouri over 7 years ago
I love the opening scene
Tim Rowe over 7 years ago
It's like the arms dealer version of "Thank you for smoking"... but a lot grittier.
Nate McBean over 7 years ago
This movie will not make you feel good about humanity.
gesine over 7 years ago
Cage plays a very good son of a bitch.
Kyle McConaghy almost 8 years ago
Cage's last decent film before his borage of post-debt embarrassments.
Bruno Ferreira Machado almost 8 years ago
A rare case of a good Nicholas Cage movie.
Hiten Shah over 8 years ago
Lord of War is one of my all time favorite movies.
Davide MrBlonde 9 months ago
Don Lathrop 11 months ago
Yarakai 11 months ago
Flo HM over 2 years ago
J How over 2 years ago
mika over 2 years ago
Lord of War is a 2005 action-drama film written and directed by Andrew Niccol and starring Nicolas Cage. It was released in the United States on September 16, 2005, with the DVD following on January 17, 2006 and the Blu-ray Disc on July 27, 2006. Cage plays an illegal arms dealer with similarities to post-Soviet arms dealer Viktor Bout. The film was officially endorsed by the human rights group Amnesty International for highlighting the arms trafficking by the international arms industry. Yuri Orlov (Nicolas Cage), an American gunrunner of Ukrainian origin, stands in a sea of spent shell casings. He states that with over 550 million firearms in worldwide circulation, there is one firearm for every twelve people on the planet- and ponders how to arm the other eleven. The opening credits follow, set to Buffalo Springfield's "For What it's Worth". The life of a 7.62x39mm round is depicted as it is made in the Soviet Union, shipped to a warzone in Africa, loaded into the magazine of an AK...
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