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Good Morning Vietnam

Year: 1987
Director: Barry Levinson
Cast: Robin Williams, Forest Whitaker, J T Walsh
An out and out Williams vehicle, more showcasing his gatling-gun gag delivery than telling a story. Based on real life DJ brought to Vietnam to work on the American in-country radio station, Adrian Cronauer (Williams) comes up against a bit of corruption, censorship and the predictable horrors of war. But he rouses morale among the troops and gives as energetic a performance as his long film career had contained with various voices and plenty of trademark Williams comedy - you've barely stopped holding your sides laughing when the next one's coming.

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