Summary: A somewhat true story about a Armed Forces radio DJ in Saigon. I saw this on TCM and afterwards Robert Osborne says that Adrian Cronauer (Robin Williams) wasn't actually anything like the way Williams portrayed him. He wasn't funny at all.
Summary: I enjoyed the movie for the fact that it was a great reminder of what a great actor and comedian Robin Williams was during his life. The movie also made fun of a subject that too often is not kindly thought of, the Vietnam War.
Summary: The third tribute of Robin Williams. Louis Armstrong song: "And i say to myself, what a wonderful world". This is the movie that I saw that Robin Williams in and he wasn't a goofy ball in this one.
Excerpt: Perhaps the most essential Robin Williams flick to feature his quick-hip humor and ability to make anything sound funny, this is the movie that gives him that showcase. William's role is based on the actual person who's zany whit and disregard of military rule got him in booted out of Vietnam, but...
Summary: Robin Williams uses his standup comedy energy to craft a role that balances humor and heartfelt emotion in a film that is a lighthearted take on war life outside of combat. It isn't as blackhearted or anti-war as M.A.S.H.