Movie Review: 'War Dogs' sinfully good

Jonah Hill and Miles Teller make perfect bad guy duo

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – 'War Dogs' (Rated-R)

Two childhood friends decide to make millions selling guns and ammunition to countries in the middle of war. Efraim Diveroli (Jonah Hill) is making thousands of dollars as an international war dealer when he invites David Packouz (Miles Teller) to partner with him. Based on a true story, the two men search for small vendor deals through the U.S. government. If the government accepts their offer to supply them with guns, the duo makes millions.

This film maintains a strong balance between crime and drama, as the duo seems to get away with making easy money fast. The characters transform into greedy driven dealers, who appear invincible.

Overall, "War Dogs" maintains a strong pace, concise character development and a story full of intrigue. "War Dogs" is sinfully good and worth a watch.

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