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Way of War

  • Rated R

independent, special interest

Paramilitary operative David Wolfe (Cuba Gooding Jr.) is a highly trained and deadly assassin assigned to kill a notorious terrorist in the Middle East.

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1 star

I began reviewing this movie with more than 1.5 stars, but that was before it had finished. I thought the thought plot and story-line were both misleading, poorly planned and loosely executed. The acting was way below par for a full-length movie...the type of acting you'd expect from a commercial actor. With the exception of Cuba Gooding, Jr., the rest of the cast did poorly and I would NOT recommend seeing this movie, ever.

- sbruington, Thursday, February 12, 2009

1 star

This movie literally sucked balls. I couldn't follow it at all and fell asleep halfway through. There is all this talk about some big government conspiracy, yet you never find out what the conspiracy is?!?! WTF??? That was two hours of my life that I can never get back.

- dfran1972, Monday, February 16, 2009

2 stars

I understood the plot after I thought about it. It makes sense after you think about it.Although the plot should have been easier to understand.The point was that their mission was not to take out the terrorist it was to keep him alive so that we would have a reason to still fight the war. However Cuba killed him instead prompting the government to kill him and his girl and cover it up somehow. Does this help anyone understand?

- clchliberal, Monday, March 2, 2009