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The Dogs of War can be recommended only as a desperate snack for rabid tastes.
This is just another weary hack job from a rootless British film industry in decline.
Mr. Walken is unusually convincing in a difficult, hermetic kind of role.
Walken has rarely delivered such an earthy, physical performance, and his character gives as well as he takes.
Completing the tableau is the requisite whiff of Boy's Own Fascism, too diffuse to spoil our entertainment but tangible nevertheless.
Long on plot and short on character.
[An] action film that will evaporate from the memory shortly after the end credits roll.
A bonafide classic. Walken is terrific
The Dogs of War is a guilty pleasure that is now old enough it sometimes actually pops up on Turner Classic Movies.
Cry Havoc . . . and wake me up for the last 15 minutes. Not a bad film, but it is a bit of a mixed bag. I just wish that bag had held a higher body count.
It's an okay movie with good actors, but I was wanting to see more action, and this is mostly a dramatic film about life after the war. Felt like it could have had a better balance of those two. I was bored.
Classic and undderated! Noone gives this mercenary war movie enuff credit - it deserves heaps more! Christopher Walken is Shannon, the mercenary hired to subvert a small African nation for high paying executives - until his encounter as a prisoner and his morality takes charge in his firestorm war against the totalitarian government. WONDERFUL!
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