Dr, Strangelove

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The review by Ebert announces that the film "had gotten away with something", he adds to that point by describing the high tensions felt between the two national party's of America; pointing out the blatant attack of the film on the circumstances of the 1960's. The execution of parody and use of wit seems to have impressed Ebert...
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He glowingly describes incidents where the satirical theme is palpable, such as the instance with Mandrake the British attache. After General Ripper has committed suicide, Mandrake finds the code to recall the planes, but does not have the correct amount of change to dial on a pay phone and save the world...
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