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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
Ingenius
Anyone can make parody (see Leslie Nielsen), but it takes a great deal of intelligence and wit to make a film like this.

Humor: the jokes are dead on, but you might need an American History textbook with you to understand some of the humor. Kubrick knew what he was doing and up until the mid-90s, when the next generation that never knew the perils of nuclear war started taking over, this had to be the best satire ever made. It still is.

Awards: The Academy is a bunch of nincompoops when they consistently pass over great art like this in favor of...Tom Jones and The Sound of Music? What is THAT?!

Sound: in low-budget, independent works like this, sound tends to be left out and considered a minimal priority. Not here, every click and beep of the CRM-114 is authentic-sounding and the echoes in the War Room are dead on. Even the gunshots maintain that Looney Tunes tune to them. All I can say is "wow".

Cinematography: The camera is beautifully manipulated (in a rather straightforward) with no behest on Kubrick's part to keep things simple but effective. "If it's stupid, but it works, it isn't stupid."

Acting: this film is all about over the top performances and every single act puts his ingredients into the stew. Fortunately, unlike such efforts as Batman Returns, everyone gets a good amount of say while still being memorable. "Hey! What about Major Kong?"

Overall: As a sci-fi film, Dr. Strangelove remains one of the best in depicting human error (a concept further elaborated on in 2001) and thus retains its placing in the classics of the genre. Sci-Fi, after all, is not about slimy ALIENS or big bug battles, but rather the effects of mankind's existence on his own psyche. Or so I see it.

A worthwhile film that has not aged as well as others. You either will agree that it is incredible or find it loathsome, incomprehensible, and boring. If the latter, get your head screwed on straight because XXX has decayed your brain.
2003-05-05
Frighteningly and prophetically relevant for this moment in USA history!
This has always been one of my all-time favorites. Kubrick's nightmare is on the verge of coming true as we have a couple of "General Ripper's" in the form of Cheney and Rumsfeld, who seem intent on wielding absolute power despite a complete lack of psychological self-knowledge. At least Peter Seller's President "had a brain". Not so in our current Oz. If you are heading to your bomb shelter in the upcoming weeks, make sure to take along this classic!
2003-03-30
Brilliant
Simply brilliant. Take a cue from "American Beauty" and LOOK CLOSER. You don't see this kind of filmmaking anymore. This is comedy at it's best. If you get a chance to see it on DVD, there's a lot of great information there for any hardcore HILTSWALTB fan.
2003-06-07
Glorious madness...
Shooting the breeze with some close friends and fellow film enthusiasts a few evenings ago, talk turned to the cinema of Stanley Kubrick. Due obeisance was paid to 2001 A Space Odyssey, the possible long term psychological trauma induced by watching A Clockwork Orange at the age of 14 (as my son claims to have done) was chewed over, and 'what the hell went wrong' with Eyes Wide Shut was debated.

My personal favorite from the Kubrick stable — the sharply intelligent and insanely hilarious 1964 cold war spoof — Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. Three Peter Sellers, one George C. Scott, a loony general obsessed with contamination of bodily fluids to kick off the glorious madness, and the most hysterically funny phone conversation you will ever hear between the President of the United States and the Premier of USSR.

The film is rated #49 in the top 250 films of all time on IMDb, so I'm not kidding!
2016-01-27
You can't fight in here! This is the War Room!
The only other Stanley Kubrick movie I've seen is A Clockwork Orange and I quite liked it. I will eventually see more of his movies because this does take a while to get going (mainly for the reason of describing the plot really doesn't sound like the plot to a comedy) it does get insane with it's humour and it never stops. The plot is... Well I warned you this doesn't sound like a comedy - A General paranoid with fear and Xenophobia as to what The Russians are doing launches the emergency plan to nuke hot-spots and eventually start World War III, not content with just that he also locks down his own base telling his men to shoot everyone on sight if they aren't known to the soldiers personally. While this is going on American politicians and other such people that supervise war are scrambling to make sure World War III doesn't happen. We also see a fighter jet that gets the crazy General's message. As I said for a comedy this has probably one of the gloomiest plot lines in existence. Somehow they made it insane such as people prioritizing shooting a Coca-Cola vending machine over trying to call the President on a payphone or saying that the Russian President has a doomsday weapon capable of destroying the world will be revealed soon because "He likes surprises"... That sums up the tone for this movie better than any description of the plot can ever do. I'll also say the cinematography is quite good too and the acting is suitably over the top. I'd say watch it but as I may have said earlier it does take a while to get into, at least for me anyway.
2016-08-15
Bourbon and pure rainwater
Dr. Strangelove is my favourite Kubrick movie. It still has something of that detachment found in his other movies. However it manages to connect with the audience in a way that the others don't. It's not just the humour, the film rattles along with a narratively-linked sketch-like structure. Each scene is memorable, of the perfect length and has perfect timing. It shares this quality with films like Pulp Fiction and Withnail & I, perhaps even with material like The Goon Show. Note that all of these films have more than their fair share of quotable moments.

This is the story of the Air Force Base commander who 'exceeds his authority' and sends off his bombers to bomb the Ruskies, the President who tries to get them back and the mysterious scientific advisor, Dr. Strangelove who has some interesting ideas. The humour is a subtle shade of pitch black, finding it's comedy in the spectre of nuclear war at the height of the Cold War.

The acting is superb all round, Peter Sellers takes on three roles and plays them marvellously. Even better is the support given from Slim Pickens, George C. Scott and Sterling Hayden. Kubrick uses some excellent lighting and camerawork, most notable in wonderful War Room scenes. Some of the shots are wonderfully composed, between shoulders and across the War Room table, General Jack D. Ripper outlining his theories while we look up from below. The scenes of the attack on the Air Force base are the forerunners of films like Full Metal Jacket and Saving Private Ryan with their shaky, handheld camerawork as if we're invading with the troops.

Some have argued that the film has aged along with the Cold War. It is certainly a savage critique on war and the confrontational politics and posturing of two barely concealed enemies. I think these themes are just as relevant today as they were at the beginning of the 1960s. Just for a moment imagine as the camera looks up at the dramatically lit face of General George W. Bush as he chews on a pretzel and says the following 'I can no longer sit back and allow terrorist infiltration, terrorist indoctrination, terrorist subversion and the international terrorist conspiracy to sap and impurify all of our precious...bodily fluids.' It has a certain, awful sense of familiarity doesn't it?

If you're serious about watching film, this is one that you cannot afford to miss. A classic.
2003-01-19
SAC never looked so good.
As the son of a cold-war era B-52 pilot (who thinks burnt JP-4 smells good) this movie holds a special place in my heart. Interestingly, the men of dad's squadron were ordered by the base commander to go see it! It was an instant favorite of those Strategic Air Command warriors. Despite director Kubrick's black-comedy approach, the dedication and professionalism of these men can't help but come through.

While Sellers undeniably shows the most versatility (and sheer acting genius) of this great cast, it's hard not to fall for Sterling Hayden as the whacked Base Commander. His cigar-chomping soliloquies on flouridated water and the Red Menace are priceless. This movie is a must-see.
2002-01-25
The Magnum Opus of Disaster-Comedy
A classic Kubrick movie with a plot so absurd it had to come from reality. This movie fits perfectly with director Stanly Kubrick's iconic body of work. Dr. Strangelove carries Kubrick's signature brand of storytelling: combined with tongue-in-cheek humor over a background of looming unthinkable disaster. Dr. Strangelove is a masterpiece of the disaster-comedy genre. The movie brings in stars both famous then and famous now such as George C. Scott, James Earl Jones, Slim Pickens, and of course, Peter Sellers, Peter Sellers, and Peter Sellers.

The thing that makes Dr. Strangelove so unique is how Kubrick puts such an absurd and hilarious movie over the dark, terrifying idea of nuclear catastrophe. The movie almost doesn't seem like a comedy with the tense "World teetering on a knife-point" atmosphere; only to be broken by character names like "Alexi de Sadesky," "Jack D. Ripper," and "Bat Guano" to list a few.

The story unfolds when General Ripper exceeds his authority and sends bomber squadrons to attack Russia as he believes they are polluting America's fluids because the Communists only drink vodka. He holds out on his base while one of his senior officers - Peter Sellers - tries to talk him down. Meanwhile, President Merkin Muffley - Peter Sellers - gathers a council in the war room with top military officials, the Russian ambassador, and a disabled ex-German scientist – Peter Sellers – who keeps referring to him as, "Mein Fuhrer." All while a mysterious "Doomsday Device" threatens to obliterate civilization. Hilarity ensues, 10/10.
2017-04-05
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
The Absurdity of War
Looking back on all the films I've seen, I can't think of any movie that's as genuinely fun to watch as this Stanley Kubrick masterwork. Through its goofy, over-the-top characters, the film examines the absurdity of war while letting its viewer laugh at its utter pointlessness.

"Dr. Strangelove" focuses on the possibility of nuclear Armageddon. A psychotic air commander, General Ripper, sends all bombers of his wing to attack Russia. He believes that the Soviets are attempting to fluoridate U.S. water in order to degrade bodily fluids, thereby, not allowing Americans to reproduce. The film cuts between three different settings: (1) One of Ripper's B-52 bombers, (2) Ripper's locked office, in which his second-in-command officer Captain Mandrake desperately tries to figure out the recall code for the planes, and (3) the Pentagon's underground war room, in which the President and his staff try to keep the conflict from getting out of hand.

Kubrick directs flawlessly, as usual, but the greatest asset of the film is its cast. George C. Scott is unforgettable in the role of Buck Turgidson, an excitable, anti-Communist, gung-ho general. It probably helps that he is given so many of the movie's most memorable lines, but his dialogue delivery and facial expressions are simply hilarious. Think of the scene in which the idea of the Doomsday Device is presented by the Russian ambassador. Turgidson declares it to be "an obvious Commie trick" while walking backwards. Then he suddenly falls down, somersaults, and lands on his feet. Scott didn't fall intentionally, but he continued to recite his lines as he was rolling on the floor. It's a hysterically funny moment, but it's even more amazing to think that it wasn't even planned.

Peter Sellers takes on three completely different roles with unique accents and mannerisms. His performances as President Muffley and Captain Mandrake are brilliant in how restrained they are, and in how well he plays off of the nutcases (including himself as the title character) around him. His scenes with Turgidson in the war room are ingenious, as are his telephone conversations with the Russian leader, but he does his most memorable work when the character Mandrake is being ordered around by the idiotic Colonel "Bat Guano". Keenan Wynn, as Guano, displays perfect comic timing, and the combination of these two actors is impeccable. Sterling Hayden, Peter Bull, and Slim Pickens are also mesmerizing in their roles.

"Dr. Strangelove" is an undeniably funny and entertaining film, but it also has moments of beauty. For example, the opening credits with the planes drifting through the air with the tune of "Try a Little Tenderness". Or the famous image of Major Kong riding a nuclear missile towards its target. The final montage of H-bomb mushroom clouds set to "We'll Meet Again" (an idea suggested by Peter Sellers) is among the most sublimely magnificent moments I've seen in a movie.

Kubrick does a good job of summing up the spirit of "Dr. Strangelove": "After all, what could be more absurd than the very idea of two mega-powers willing to wipe out all human life because of an accident, spiced up by political differences that will seem as meaningless to people a hundred years from now as the theological conflicts of the Middle Ages appear to us today?"
2002-08-01
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