'American Made' Review: High-Flying History

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'American Made' Review: High-Flying History

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As the parents of any unruly child are well aware, boredom is a dangerous thing, and as per director Doug Liman’s hyperactive “American Made,” Barry Seal is an unruly child. And bored. One of the youngest pilots ever to work for TWA, he’ll manufacture turbulence during an overnight flight just to terrify his passengers. He smuggles Cuban cigars across U.S. borders for the cheap thrills (and the money). When the ’70s-era CIA comes calling with an even bigger prank—taking reconnaissance pictures of communist outposts in…

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