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In ‘Lord Of War,’ Nicolas Cage Made Us All Want To Run Guns

If you were around during the early 2000s, then you remember all the glory of Nicholas Cage. The man could act his way out of any situation and win over the heart of even the most unavailable woman. In the 2005 classic Lord of War, Cage is Ukrainian gun runner Yuri Orlov, a character loosely based on the very real Russian gun runner Viktor Bout. Yes, Viktor saw the movie from his jail cell and gave it a review. In this week’s episode of Task & Purpose Radio: The Warzone Adam and Pat cover his review and offer up their own.

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