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Year:
1964
Country:
UK
Genre:
Drama, Thriller, Comedy
IMDB rating:
8.5
Director:
Stanley Kubrick

 

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Peter Sellers as Group Captain Lionel Mandrake
George C. Scott as General 'Buck' Turgidson
Sterling Hayden as Brigadier General Jack Ripper
Keenan Wynn as Colonel 'Bat' Guano
Slim Pickens as Major 'King' Kong
Peter Bull as Russian Ambassador Alexi de Sadesky
James Earl Jones as Lieutenant Lothar Zogg
Tracy Reed as Miss Scott
Jack Creley as Mr. Staines
Frank Berry as Lieutenant Dietrich
Robert O'Neil as Admiral Randolph
Glenn Beck as Lieutenant Kivel (as Glen Beck)
Roy Stephens as Frank
Shane Rimmer as Captain 'Ace' Owens
Hal Galili as Burpelson AFB Defense Team Member
Jack Creley as Mr. Staines
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Storyline: Paranoid Brigadier General Jack D. Ripper of Burpelson Air Force Base, he believing that fluoridation of the American water supply is a Soviet plot to poison the U.S. populace, is able to deploy through a back door mechanism a nuclear attack on the Soviet Union without the knowledge of his superiors, including the Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Buck Turgidson, and President Merkin Muffley. Only Ripper knows the code to recall the B-52 bombers and he has shut down communication in and out of Burpelson as a measure to protect this attack. Ripper's executive officer, RAF Group Captain Lionel Mandrake (on exchange from Britain), who is being held at Burpelson by Ripper, believes he knows the recall codes if he can only get a message to the outside world. Meanwhile at the Pentagon War Room, key persons including Muffley, Turgidson and nuclear scientist and adviser, a former Nazi named Dr...
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Reviews
Great film!
I usually don't like comedies very much. In this case, I've got to say that this comedy is amazing. You can appreciate the subtle view of the world during those years: the war was changing the world and people's mind. There's some irony in it: a theme like the war was taken into consideration in an ironical and safe way. I consider this film, one of the best films about the cold war. And Kubrick has made a great work.
2017-05-17
"You will be answering to the Coca-Cola Company"
Who says this movie has dated?

It is more relevent than ever with our very own Major Kong in the White House, ready to ride that bomb to glory, and Pearle and Rumsfeld as raging Tugidsons taking the hawkish mentality to the point of absurdity. And who can forget our own, lost Mandrake, Colin Powell, the outnumbered voice of reason.

This film will never age because ultimately it is not about the Cold War; it is about the stupidity of absolute power. Why do humans feel the need to invest the power to destroy the world in anyone, let alone someone who yells about "Mine shaft gaps" or for that matter, one who thinks he was a small business growth.

Kubrick, no idealist, understood the nature of evil better than most. He knew that evil does not eminate solely from charismatic individuals but rises like smog from the collective stupidity and madness of many people, some of whom may not be evil in themselves.

In the knife-edge political climate of today, certain administrations would do well to heed his message.
2002-08-02
Funniest movie of all time
Funniest movie I have seen in my life (and for that alone, it earns my first review). There are moments during movie that you follow the dialogue and watch it progress and you feel fine, but then there are verbal 'bombs' (for lack of a better word) dropped on you and you can fall on the ground for laughing so hard.

At some point in the move I was thinking: is it inappropriate that I'm entertained, and then I looked it up on IMDb to see the genre: and felt a bit relieved to see that it is indeed a comedy.

The pace was so slow (and in the best way possible): you wonder how Kubrick managed to squeeze so much in so little screen time, yet nothing feels rushed, and everything gets enough time. Loved it! Recommend it to everyone!
2016-01-19
The only movie that makes you laugh at the end of the world.
This movie is absolutely brilliant! It might not be THE best movie ever made but it certainly is one of the most entertaining and fun movies ever made. It isn't even Kubrick's best but it certainly is perhaps his most accessible and entertaining movie.

The movie its story and humor are subtle and perfectly makes fun of the whole Cold War situation in the '60's. With some subtle dialog Kubrick perfectly makes fun of a very serious and relevant topic. I mean, the story of this movie isn't that unlikely and could had actually really happened. As a matter of fact, it could still happen today. It's frightening but thanks to Kubrick's directing the movie never really becomes serious and remains fun, hilarious and entertaining from beginning till end. It is the only movie that makes you laugh at the end of the world.

The actors are also what makes this movie fun to watch. Peter Sellers is nothing short of brilliant in the three different roles that he plays; Group Captain (G/C) Lionel Mandrake/President Merkin Muffley/Dr. Strangelove. But also George C. Scott is comically brilliant in this movie as Gen. 'Buck' Turgidson and he perhaps plays his very best role. Other actors that stood out were; Slim Pickens and Peter Bull. This movie also marks James Earl Jones his very first appearance in a movie.

This is perhaps the most subtle and 'darkest' comedies ever made. Everything about it is shear brilliance and even now 40 years later, it hasn't lost any of its power. The movie still looks like it could had been made a couple of months ago. A movie that will never feel outdated or too 'old fashioned' to watch. In 50 years from now, this movie will be just as good and hilarious, as it is now. Mark my words.

The movie is filled with some truly classic long sequences and has countless unforgettable moments and dialog in it. Especially the last sequence, involving Dr Strangelove, is absolutely priceless and unforgettable.

Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant!

10/10

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2005-10-01
The greatest 'black' comedy, if not the greatest comedy ever
Peter Sellers was a comedic genius, pure and simple. Although this term has been horribly overused in recent years, it is the only phrase that can aptly describe his wonderful abilities. You would be hard-pressed to find a performance of his that did not reveal some subtle fact about the human condition, or a performance which did not simply overshadow every other actor in the film. Dr. Strangelove was, I feel, Sellers' greatest achievement on screen, a performance for which any sane person would have given him an Oscar (but who said the Academy Awards made sense?). All three of the characters he portrays are done to perfection, but the character of Dr. Strangelove, the crazed, former Nazi nuclear scientist that calls the President "mein Fuhrer" and has battles between the left and right sides of his body, will forever live in our collective conciousness. Aside from having the greatest performance of arguably the greatest film comedian of all time, this classic has a perfect supporting cast, from George C. Scott as the crazy Air Force general Buck "I'm not saying we won't get our hair mussed" Turgidson, to Sterling Hayden as general Jack Ripper that decides on his own that we have to annihilate all of the Russians to stop them from stealing and polluting our "precious bodily fluids", to finally Slim Pickens, the gung ho captain from Texas that wears a cowboy hat in combat and rides the bomb like a bronco (that moment is, I think, the greatest moment in the film, perhaps one of the greatest moments in film history). Also, there is superb directing on the part of Stanley Kubrick, who after making this masterpiece, unfortunately, went over the deep end with 2001 and A Clockwork Orange. This mighty team of artists brought together a plot which is at the same time both poignantly tragic and completely hillarious (if only the 'comedians' out there could take a lesson from this film, Hollywood would be a far more cultural, sophisticated place). The basic premise is nuclear annihilation: Ripper wants to annihilate the Russians, while the Russians have just completed a domesday machine that would automatically kill all life on Earth if any foreign power attacked Russia. How could such a dark premise be so funny, you ask? I say, watch the film, and you will find out while busting a gut.
2002-08-12
Please no fighting in the war room
Stanley Kubrick's wickedly hilarious end-of-the-world black comedy gem about an impending nuclear war caused by human error straddles a fine line between being fiercely funny and genuinely chilling throughout: As evident by the gross behavior and arrogant attitudes of various high-ranking officials in positions of power that they are neither smart nor mature enough to properly handle, the greatest threat to mankind's safety isn't the existence of nuclear weapons; instead it's such all too real and unavoidable human foibles as pride, stupidity, and incompetence that we should all be more worried about.

The savagely mocking script by Kubrick, Peter George, and Terry Southern pulls zero punches in its no-holds-barred satirizing of said foibles and offers numerous uproarious moments of inspired dark humor: The meek and ineffectual President Merkin Muffley (Peter Sellers in one of three bravura performances) informing the drunken Soviet premier over the phone about the nuclear strike, the hysterically loony speech made by unhinged paranoid General Jack D. Ripper (robustly played with snarly aplomb by Sterling Hayden) about preserving his precious bodily fluids, gung-ho redneck bomber pilot Major 'King' Kong (a marvelously spirited portrayal by Slim Pickens) riding a nuclear missile like a bucking bronco on its final drop while whooping it up, and the gloriously insane plan for survival that batty ex-Nazi adviser Dr. Strangelove (Sellers again at his most sublimely deranged) proposes to President Muffley.

Moreover, the zestful acting from the first-rate cast keeps this movie humming: Sellers pulls off a terrific troika of impressive and highly distinctive turns as Muffley, Strangelove, and uptight RAF group captain Lionel Mandrake, George C. Scott has a field day as bellicose commie-bashing hawk General 'Buck' Turgidson, Keenan Wynn does his usual sturdy work as the gruff Colonel 'Bat' Guano, Peter Bull likewise excels as the shifty Russian ambassador Alexi de Sadesky, Tracy Reed briefly steams things up as sexy secretary Miss Scott, and James Earl Jones handles himself well in his film debut as the thorough Lieutenant Lothar Zogg. Kudos are also in order for Gilbert Taylor's sharp black and white cinematography and Laurie Johnson's rousing military marching band score. Worthy of its classic status.
2017-08-07
Funny
A great movie. You cannot take this movie seriously. Not even an Air Force general can authorize sending his wing off to war like that. George C. Scott plays his roles as the Air Force Chief of Staff excellent with one exception. If I were him, I would have "Miss Scott's" legs wrapped around my waist one more time before I went off to the war room. It was pretty funny that he called her back and told her to "Don't forget to say your prayers" while he was in the war room. Too many funny scenes to mention so just watch the movie and enjoy!
2003-08-15
One of the greatest movies ever made!
Ranked as one of the American Film Institute's Top 100 movies of all time, Dr. Strangelove remains a classic even today in the post cold war atmosphere. In my opinion, this is Kurbick's greatest movie that he made (and that's a difficult selection). The humor is still applicable even today and no matter which way you cut it, you'll find Peter Sellers at his very best in no less than three roles. George C. Scott is great as well.

We must do our best to preserve our precious bodily fluids...
2002-03-28
Brilliant! A must see film!
Okay, I have to admit: Dr. Strangelove has always been one of my all time favorites. And whether you like Kubrick or not, you have to respect the fact that the man was fearless in the director's chair.

I'll never know how Kubrick had the nerve to make a black comedy about nuclear annihilation while the Cold War was at its zenith, but I'm glad he did it. Dr. Strangelove is an absolute joy to watch if you are the type of person who appreciates films that take chances and dabble in the bizarre.

The performances by Peter Sellers, George C. Scott, and Sterling Hayden are as good as you will see. The cinematography and the subtle (and not so subtle) traits of the main characters are what drives this movie in my opinion.

I could go on but I'll leave it at this: Dr. Strangelove is easily a 10.
2002-03-13
Kubrick's best movie
The film is both a thriller and a comedy. The thriller aspect is that the audience keep wondering if the nuclear attack on Russia will be stopped. The suspense starts from the first act to the last act. The comedy aspect stems from the satirical tone of the film, which is just based on innovative imagination and interesting exaggeration.
2017-09-16
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