More lethal than a nuclear-waste dump, Kubrick's komedy at least kills us with laughter. Thirty-five years after its making, this film seems even more insidiously knowing and "on target" than – and undoubtedly the most hilarious – anti-war statements ever put to film. See it before the world ends.
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