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Alex Silver 12 months ago
Great satirical dialogue and good acting, but not that funny.
Aaron Jones 3 years ago
Fantastically important Cold War satire. Needed to be said, and Kubrick delivered.
Haydn Line over 3 years ago
sadly, it's still relevant. thankfully, to good writing, it'll be eternally hilarious
mortadella sauvignon over 4 years ago
smart / hilarious / great acting. humor might come off as subtle WHICH I LOVE
Enmanuel Martínez Cornó over 5 years ago
I wasn't interested until the last half hour or so.
zorlack almost 6 years ago
A cold war classic. Prelude to the end of the world told in history's driest comedy.
Griffin Maurer over 6 years ago
Good characters, but the humor is limited to the specific events it parodies.
Thomas Jennings almost 7 years ago
Masterpiece of dark comedy and the only film that did "ironic song to stock music" well.
Bryan Mullen 7 years ago
I just didn't get it.
J.H. Howes 7 years ago
Brilliantly funny, breathtakingly scary, and everything in between.
Doug Stratton over 7 years ago
As relevant today as it was on release. A great movie, one of Peter Sellers' finest roles.
Jonathan Evans over 7 years ago
A film so witty, so funny, so relevant. Possibly the greatest ending of all time.
Austin over 7 years ago
Perhaps Stanley Kubrick's most perfectly realized film, enough said.
Jonathan Gibson over 7 years ago
Hayden and Sellers alone make this film a comic masterpiece but Kubrick makes it even more
Bogdan Michitele almost 8 years ago
They don't make 'em like this anymore. You will not laugh but you will smile. Smart funny.
Robyn Hamilton almost 8 years ago
I should really watch it again
Kenneth Chisholm almost 8 years ago
A hilariously unsettling cold war satire that is eerily still resonant today.
Cille Thystrup 8 years ago
Watched it in class last year, very witty. Great acting.
Dylan Clites 8 years ago
Enjoyment will go up upon repeat viewings. It's impossible to catch everything a sitting.
Stelios Demetriou over 8 years ago
Stanley Kubrick!... I rest my case
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, commonly known as Dr. Strangelove, is a 1964 black comedy film which satirizes the nuclear scare. It was directed, produced, and co-written by Stanley Kubrick, starring Peter Sellers and George C. Scott, and featuring Sterling Hayden, Keenan Wynn, and Slim Pickens. The film is loosely based on Peter George's Cold War thriller novel Red Alert, also known as Two Hours to Doom. The story concerns an unhinged United States Air Force general who orders a first strike nuclear attack on the Soviet Union. It follows the President of the United States, his advisors, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and a Royal Air Force (RAF) officer as they try to recall the bombers to prevent a nuclear apocalypse. It separately follows the crew of one B-52 as they try to deliver their payload. In 1989, the United States Library of Congress deemed the film "culturally significant" and selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry. It...
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