Good Morning, Vietnam details
|Starring:||Tung Thanh Tran, Forest Whitaker, Robert Wuhl, Robin Williams|
|Genres:||Comedy - Romantic, Drama - Crime, Mystery, Thriller|
|Studio:||WALT DISNEY STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Good Morning, Vietnam
|Run time:||1 hour 56 minutes|
|Rental release:||13 May 2002|
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Comedy ahead of its timeBy Marconi from N. Yorkshire , 17 Mar 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Adrian Cronauer appeared on American airwaves at roughly the same time that UK's Kenny Everett appeared on Radio 1. And they had a lot more in common - making up characters with zany voices to amuse and disturb listeners with a sense of humour that was a few years before its time.
Cronauer's problem was that he was recruited by the American army to broadcast to the GI's in Vietnam - an army broadcasting service that would have been far more comfortable with a watered down Jimmy Young than Kenny Everett. So Cronauer - played with absolute zest by Robin Williams freed up to do pretty much whatever he wanted on set - had a tough time of Vietnam.
But the GI's loved him! You will too.
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comedy at its bestBy pinkpunk (5 reviews) , 22 Apr 2012I loved this film Robin williams was fantastic his comic talents are shown to perfection i highly reccomend this title
williams at his bestBy AnthonyMcC22 (12 reviews) from Enfield , 27 Sep 2011i loved this film. for me its williams at his best, all i would say is you HAVE to watch this to appreciate it no review can do this justice!
The funny side of warBy JoJo1992 (7 reviews) , 21 Jul 2011Hilarious feel good film with a deep underlying story line and struggle against media oppression whilst keeping the dark moody parts of the film in check with Robin Williams fantastic performance.
Excellent classicBy a customer from London , 09 Mar 2010This is an excellent funny film and even though I have seen it before I had to rent it again. This is one of his best films
Good Morning, VietnamBy Jonquil (7 reviews) from Bristol , 16 Oct 2009Some of the humour has dated, but still laugh out loud funny. I had forgotten that the film has powerful things to say about war, race and friendship. Really wonderful.