Good Morning, Vietnam

1987

Action / Biography / Comedy / Drama / War

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 89%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 82%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 110643

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Robin Williams as Adrian Cronauer
Forest Whitaker as Edward Garlick
Bruno Kirby as Lt. Steven Hauk
J.T. Walsh as Sgt. Major Dickerson
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by suwitrvt 8 / 10

Good

Good Morning, Vietnam is a spectacular blend of uproarious comedy and emotional drama with an outstanding performance from Robin Williams. This shows us war first- hand and the horrors of witnessing it and comedy through radio broadcasts. This film lets us see Robbin Williams' cinematic gifts and how talented he is. The blend of these two genres is what makes the film so great and it's a non-stop journey throughout.

Reviewed by diogomanuel 10 / 10

One of the classics everyone should watch

Everyone who loves to watch movies and great performances by the main actors should watch this one. This movie isn't a comedy by any means but it has humour in spades to make one enjoy it and face the reality of what happened in Vietnam. It is amazing how humour does ease the pain and formidable hurdles one has to overcome in life (and especially in war)

This is surely one of the best Robin Williams' movies and probably one of the best showcases of his personal life: bringing joy and laughter to those around him, not showing that he had to face his (inner) demons like everyone else around him... His talent is obvious in this one, and I miss him...

A 10 out of 10 movie that everyone should watch.

Reviewed by Amy Edwards 8 / 10

I truly miss you Robin

About 3 years ago, a true comic gem decided to leave us far earlier than we expected. He made us laughing so much we never imagine that behind that love for life, there was a much darker hidden side which ultimately took him from us. That man was Robin Williams.

One of the characters he'll be always remembered for is without a doubt the radio host he incarnated in Good Morning Vietnam. This role was made for him as he could show his tremendous comic and acting talent. The fact that the scenes when he's hosting his radio show are all improvised is speaking volumes of the huge sense of imagination and comedy Robin has displayed throughout his career. But he can also show that he could be a very dramatic actor as well. The scene when he comes back to the radio station after witnessing the bar bombing is truly heartbreaking especially when you see him all alone completely down while the rest of the world keeps going on and the machines are getting frenzy.

But it would be unfair to not cheer the rest of the cast who is supporting Robin so greatly especially Forrest Whittaker as Private Garlick, Tung Than Tran as Tuan, Bruno Kirby as Lt Hauk and J.T. Walsh as Sgt Major Dickerson.

The latter is particularly distasteful as this very rigid Sergeant who is managing the radio station in Saigon. He's the true antagonist of the movie as he sees Adrian Cronauer as an uncontrollable burden and he's trying to get rid of him with any means necessary including sending Adrian on an assignment in an area controlled by the Viet-Cong.

The late Bruno Kirby is bringing a second source of comic relief as this goofy lieutenant who is acting as Adrian direct supervisor boasting about his own comic genius which is in fact truly dreadful. There are some very memorable scenes he's a part of which are truly funny though.

What I also like in this movie is they are not showing the Vietnamese people as the bad guys. They are displayed as a poor and rejected people with a true sense of friendship and humor willing to share the beauties of their culture to the Americans. The last scene when they are sharing a baseball game with Adrian before he goes back to Washington is truly moving.

All of this is making this movie a gem and Robin Williams is bringing it among the stars. God bless your soul Robin.

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