Drama • 1986 • 2 hr
A very good depiction of the war in Vietnam and how soldiers morals and beliefs were tested against each other throughout the fighting.
One of the best war movies of all time, great cast and great emotion through the entire film
Gritty realistic portrayal of the Vietnam war. Well written and directed by Oliver Stone. Good supporting cast.
One of the best Vietnam movies ever. Complete rollercoaster!
Para reflexionar de la condicion humana y la sobrevivencia, a pesar de los politicos ambiciosos.
Part of the Trilogy of Classic Vietnam films along with Deer Hunter and Apocalypse Now. Don't miss Willem Dafoe in a career defining role.
Entertaining Vietnam war movie with actors that you wouldn’t expect to be in a Vietnam war movie. Worth seeing.
One of the best movies to show the ugly side of war
very real depiction of the vietnam war and mirrors what is happening today and still teaches us today that we can do better
Most realistic vietnam movie. Bravo Olivet Stone
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