War, Inc. is about as breezy a movie as you are going to find where the intention of the film is to make a heavy political statement about the detriments of American corporate greed and war mongering – two devastating issues permeating the cultural landscape.

In the tradition of Catch 22 and Three Kings, Joshua Seftel's motion picture takes the reality and madness of a military conflict (here, America's ongoing war on terror) and presents it as over the top satire. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.

What works is John Cusack as Hauser, an outwardly smooth as silk mercenary and former government operative, working for entities even more powerful and diabolical than the White House