I went into this movie with absolutely no idea that this film was based on a true story. Childhood best friends David and Efraim run into each other at a funeral and team up once again to become gun dealers. When they win a $300 million Pentagon contract to arm American troops in Afghanistan, things go pretty wrong. Although the movie gets off to a slow start, once it gets going, it is really good and funny, especially the laugh Jonah Hill created for his character. It was extremely hilarious, although it got kind of annoying towards the end. There were times when I was sitting on the edge of my seat waiting for something intense to happen. The ending was the best example of me sitting on the end of my seat. I was expecting the movie to go out with a big bang, but it wasn’t like that at all. Honestly, it could have been done differently, but that still doesn’t mean it wasn’t good. Without knowing the events of the true story, I was really interested to see how everything would play out.