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Product details

  • Language: French, English
  • Subtitles: French, English
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (143 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BBEGNV4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,919 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Saigon, 1965. DJ Adrian Cronauer was assigned to the local radio station of the U.S. armed forces. Its mission: to present every morning pieces of light to soldiers stationed in South-East music. But Adrian did not like that dictates its program. Full of humor and energy, the high and mighty, it shows a smiling insolence. Upon taking office, he upset the plans of all, pouring on the air flow of a thunderous rock interspersed with sketches and false newsletters ...

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4.6 out of 5 stars

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By R. Hill on 29 Jun 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This film isn't 5 stars, it's 10 stars!!

I remember the first time I watched this with my mum and the whole way through, we laughed our heads off!

Robin is again absolutely hilarious and brings a brilliant performance to the film. He has to be the reason the film went to box-office success because I can't imagine another actor playing the role of Cronauer as well as Robin did!

Not only is this one of my favourite films, it's one of the films I mention when I get asked what's your favourite films?

So seriously buy this DVD now - it's worth it!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By malcolm taylor on 8 Feb 2014
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This film is a wonderful example of how to deal with a factual and depressing subject and make it totally watchable. Sure, the violence is covered, quite rightly, but it is cleverly interspersed with Robin Williams' quite brilliant repartie as the maverick DJ brought in to lift the troops' flagging morale. His character change once the violence touches him personally is wonderful to behold. The film never forgets the importance and seriousness of its topic, but there are moments of light relief. Personally I feel this is where it scores over the unending depression of films like Apocalypse Now and The Deer Hunter. In short a wonderful film, beautifully acted and brilliantly paced.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By The Golfer on 25 Dec 2009
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I have never seen this movie before and I bought it recently. A funny film with some good humor and a lot of good music. It is obvious that a lot has happened during the last 21 years of making movies but this one it still good entertainment. Watch Robin Williams as a upcoming star.
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This is the story of armed forces radio DJ Adrian Cronauer (played by Williams) who is sent to Saigon in 1965 during the Vietnam war to re-vitalize a forces radio service that's broadcast style is desperately stuck in the past. It is loosely based on a real story of the impact Cronauer has on the radio station, its management and the troops.

The film takes its name from Cronauer's euphoric, over -the-top welcome call to his radio slot and is really a vehicle for William's unique ability to improvise with surreal monologues and dialogues delivered at breakneck speed by his character on air. There are some poignant moments (eg the bombing of a bar used by forces personnel or several of Cronauer's interactions with a native Vietnamese brother and sister) but these are relatively isolated and only hint at a pathos William's would go on to convey more convincingly in his later film roles. This aside, the acting, script and story are lightweight.

William's plays himself largely so any fan of his will love this film. The film could be retitled "Mork goes to Vietnam "(Mork from the TV series Mork and Mindy featuring Williams first major role). Some of his improvisations work and some don't but they are always engaging. Unfortunately, after (what becomes a catchphrase) "Good Mornng Vietnam", the most memorable line is also delivered by Williams in the first seconds of Cronauer's debut broadcast:

"It's 06.00 hours...what does the "o" stand for?......Oh my God it's early!"
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Baconbuttyman on 16 Aug 2014
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I saw this film when it was first released at the cinema, what a film, powerful, enigmatic, well acted, great support acting, Robin Williams best film of his career, I left the cinema on a high and trying to emulate the catch phrase of Adrian kronaur , funny, sad, moody, tragic. I challenge any one not to love this film, If you watch this and not like it, then all i can say is "have a word with your self".
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In my opinion this is the late Robin William's best film and of course he made lots of films.
A fine talented man but a tragic figure of deep depression.
We have been left a great Legacy.
This is American DJ Adrian Cronauer who gets posted to cheer up the American Troops via his Radio Show in Saigon in 1965. He is very irreverent in his approach as he does the banter and plays a lot of unheard songs from the 60's, ,mainly US hits.
Its a dark comedy as there are bombings and heart ache. the top brass are not impressed and try to get him ousted. They succeed but the GIs want him back and he returns but eventually moves on at the end of the film. I love his manic sense of humour. he talks about the visit of Presdident Nixon and called him the Big Dick ( which was a fitting title in the end) and refers to Lesbians as 'women in sensible shoes' !! Its a great film and that is why I gave it 5*. I recommend and also the soundtrack too.
Bit of a sad ending but a great film x
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By Mario on 7 Nov 2014
Format: DVD
It's the super-charged performance of RW that holds the film together but also the other very well-done 'types' in the army. The general (Noble Willingham) is superbly 'pragmatic'; J.T.Walsh convincingly bitter; Bruno Kirby hilariously funny at being unfunny; Richard Edson brings his "indie-film" weirdness to the mainstream. But Williams displays his (now sadly so exposed as very much 'his') mania rather brilliantly. The problem is that the 'story' is thin and the tiresome 'love-interest' bit mistakenly prominent. The politics are simplistic. Nevertheless, the 'showcased' passages in the studio and the confrontations between Kronauer and the army "squares" are the 'point'.
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