Lunchtime Movie Review

Good Morning, Vietnam (1987)

Episode #22

Warner Bros released Good Morning, Vietnam to theaters on January 15, 1988. Barry Levinson directed the film starring Robin Williams, Forest Whitaker, and Tung Thanh Tran.

‘Good Morning, Vietnam’ Plot Synopsis

In Good Morning, Vietnam, a disc jockey from Crete arrives to Vietnam to bring humor to Armed Forces Radio. His style turns the radio station on its ear to become wildly popular with the troops. However, his show rankles some of his team who think he isn’t showing respect for the uniform. When not on air, he begins to have brushes with the real war that the government never allows be presented on the radio.

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