Review 1: For critics of the war with an appetite for red meat, War, Inc. will prove filling, if not quite completely nourishing.
Producer, writter , actor: Sweetie pie John Cusack as Brand Hauser.
Tagline: When it comes to war...America means business. An Incendiary Political Cartoon
Genres: Black Comedy, Political Satire, zany comedy, Anti-War Film (ie Iraq war).
Plot: A political satire set in Turaqistan, a country occupied by an American private corporation, Tamerlane Corporation, run by a former US Vice-President (Aykroyd)
"Look, we've already kicked the shit out of this place. What are we supposed to do? Turn our backs on all the entrepreneur possibilities?"
"Business is a uniquely human response to a moral or cosmic crisis. Whether it's a tsunami or a sustained aerial bombardment, there's the same urgent call for urban renewal." (Brand Hauser)
Review 2: A film that confronts the absurdity and violence of modern warfare by taking it to the surreal and goofy next level.
Yonica Babyyeah: "Do you want massage with happy ending?"
Hillary Duff plays Yonica Babyyeah who is the Britney Spears of Turaqistan!
Review 3: Nice try, but this hallucinatory polemic never jells.
The Tamerlane corporate gift bag contains an autobiography by "Oh, you know who," entitled, "How I Conquered the World and Dealt with Issues with my Father."
Ben Kingsley plays the Viceroy of Emerald City (Get it? ala Wizard of Oz!!).
Review 4: Those who get it will surely spread the word.