Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Comedy • PG • 1964 • 1 hr 35 min
A comedy about nuclear bombs. Surreal, lucid, smart, and more.
If you are a Kubrick fan, this is a must watch! Absolutely loved it!
Funny and strangely suspenseful in parts. Dr strange love is good satire on the politics,nukes and Cold War scares of the 20th century.
My personal favorite Kubrick movie. One of the smartest black comedies ever made and VERY realistic portrayal of a MAD gone wron scenario
The jokes are delivered so dryly that if you're not paying attention, you may not even recognize them as jokes. They are, and they're FUNNY.
A great satire on the Cold War from the master himself, Kubrick. Both Sellers and Scott employ some of the best physical comedy
This was pretty entertaining. It almost feels like a cartoon. George C Scott is great and Peter Sellers kills it. Very rewatchable.
It gives insight into our culture during the Cold War, but does it in a humorous way
This is Stanley Kubrick's funniest movie, and it still delivers the classic sucker punch of Kubrick's realism.
Great satirical comedy from Kubrick. Peter Sellers is fantastic playing multiple roles. Plenty of memorable lines.
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