🎦 Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb full movie HD download (Stanley Kubrick) - Drama, Thriller, Comedy. 🎬
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Year:
1964
Country:
UK
Genre:
Drama, Thriller, Comedy
IMDB rating:
8.5
Director:
Stanley Kubrick
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
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
The Ultimate Black Comedy
Few films are able to take a deadly serious issue and place it within the context of a broad comedy successfully. Dr. Strangelove does exactly that. Kubrick's masterpiece illustrates in brilliant fashion the idiocy of nuclear war and the idiots who are orchestrating it. What strikes one most however in this cinematic gem are the individual characterisations of Sellers, Scott, Hayden and Pickens. To refer to them as memorable roles is a gross understatement. With names such as President Merkin Muffley, General "Buck" Turgidson, General Jack D. Ripper and Major T.J. "King" Kong, you know that these characters will not be soon forgotten. Other features of the film such as the remarkably designed "war room" set, the hand-held camera techniques employed by Kubrick and the black and white cinematography of Gilbert Taylor only add to the power and impact of "Strangelove." Quite simply, the greatest American film by the greatest American director.
2001-02-16
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
Black comedy at its Zenith...
Never has the absurdity of war been so bitingly and accurately skewered as it was in the 1964 classic Dr. Strangelove: Or How Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. a scorching black comedy that sheds a very unflattering but unfortunately probably spot-on look not only at war, but the mental capacities of the people who have their hands on the button.

Director Stanley Kubrick has created his masterpiece here, chronicling what happens when a clearly insane military general who triggers an attack on the Soviet Union that could lead to nuclear holocaust and how the President of the US and his advisers try to deal with the repercussions.

Released during the infancy of the Vietnam War, this film probably ruffled a lot of feathers in Washington, though I don't know for sure, since I was only six year old at the time, but the film can now be cherished for the scathingly brilliant satire that it is.

Kubrick's masterful direction is only surpassed by the brilliantly tongue-in-cheek screenplay by Kubrick, Terry Southern, and Peter George, that was clearly robbed of an Oscar. As for casting, it's perfection...Peter Sellers' powerhouse performance where he effortlessly brings three different characters to life is a joy to behold. Sellers, too, was robbed of an Oscar for Outstanding Lead Actor. My personal favorite of his three characters was President Muffley, who is given the best line in the movie and whose first phone conversation with the President of the USSR (Dimitri) to explain what's going on had me on the floor. Sellers has never made me laugh so hard, and I've seen most of the Pink Panther movies. Kubrick pulled the performance of his career out of Sterling Hayden as the insane general as was George C. Scott's bigoted military leader who is possibly as crazy as Hayden's character. Scott is brash and funny and was Oscar-worthy as well.

Kubrick's attention to detail in bringing this epic story to life works on every level. The black and white photography only adds to the realism and there is impressive art direction and inventive camera- work, but it is the Oscar worthy work by Kubrick, Sellers, Scott, Southern, and George that make this one sizzle and earn it the well-deserved reputation of a classic.
2015-12-09
It Just Doesn't Get Any Better Than This
This is my all time favorite film. Absolutely brilliant on all counts. It's the most biting satire of the awkwardness and folly of the military that has ever been screened. You're seeing actors at the peak of their form. I would rate George C. Scott's performance here on a par with his work in Patton. His comic timing is wonderful - not to mention Sterling Hayden (how did he keep a straight face saying some of those lines), Keenan Wynn (Mr. "Prevert"), Slim Pickens and James Earl Jones just starting out (even back then he was reciting every line like it was Shakespeare).

There are so many great moments and memorable lines, right up to the closing montage and song. And what can I say about Peter Sellers. The man was a true genius. It's a bit eerie watching him disappear into those three characters. His phone conversation with the Soviet premier is hands down the finest monologue I've ever seen on film ("I'm sorry too, Dmitri").

If you've never seen this film, please do yourself a huge favor and check it out. You won't be bored. Oh.....and keep close tabs on your precious bodily fluids!
2002-09-02
A true masterpiece
I had heard a lot of things about Dr. Strangelove before I saw it. For some reason I do not really know I got to postpone watching it until April 2002. Since then, I must have seen it at least 10 times.

Dr. Strangelove is one of those movies that make movie watching a trully enjoyable experience. It combines irony, humour and criticism on a very serious matter, such as nuclear combat between the two superpowers of the 20th century in a daring yet remarkable way.

Peter Sellers, who has three roles to his own in this one, is clearly at his best and so is George C. Scott whose talent radiates at all times. The casting in this movie is among the best I've seen. It is hard to make serious movies about 'the Bomb'. It is much harder, to make a comedy about it, and while at it a comedy that manages to defy not only the fear of the era in which it came out, but also convey several important messages to the rulers of this planet about their actions.

I believe there's not much one can say about this movie. Everyone should see it and try to imagine how daring and amazing a feat this movie is in the near-fascist political climate of the 60s in the Western world, where Communist fear brought the nuclear threat into everyone's life. It is, in my opinion, Kubrick's best.
2002-07-08
My favorite movie of all time, bar none
One of the funniest and yet most poignant movies I have ever seen. Kubrick is at his best here, as usual showing what can happen when a finely tuned system built by humans (in this case, the tremendous infrastructure of Mutually Assured Destruction) just doesn't work. As usual, Kubrick's point is that the system is only as good as the people running it, and here the people running it are hilariously bad. Career-peak performances by George C. Scott, Slim Pickens, and of course Peter Sellers, Peter Sellers and Peter Sellers.

Despite many of this movie's hilarious moments having entered general popular culture, when you watch it they are still funny enough to make you laugh out loud. And there are yet many more comic gems to delight the unfamiliar viewer. I've seen Strangelove twice in theaters in the last couple of years ... I was stunned to find packed audiences screaming with laughter and delighted to learn that I'm not the only one who finds it hilarious, even decades after filming.
2002-06-07
...I don't get it
Yeah. It was funny. It was entertaining. It's not a bad movie by any means. I think Kubrick did a great job with the visuals and the settings.

Beyond that, it's not very dramatic or suspenseful. There's not much depth or intellect. I laughed modestly a few times, but mostly, the humor consists of lazy military stereotypes. The premise was interesting. I could've done with less cockpit and gun firing scenes. Perhaps the general and his descent into madness could've used more fleshing out. I don't know. It feels like it's missing something.

Maybe it's one of these meme movies like Napoleon Dynamite that you either "get" or you don't.
2016-05-16
The most childishly sophisticated comedy ever. My fave film.
From beginning to end strangelove is a riot. I love every second of it. The ending makes it the blackest comedy ever made and that ever will be made. Sellers is at his very best. The comedy ranges from sutle, biting satire to ridiculous slapstick. If you get a chance to watch it with the bootleg original ending do! The dignitaries have a food fight in the war room!!!!! Perfect.
2003-02-20
Remarkable use of satire to convey the most chilling of "doomsday" scenarios
This movie was released during the height of the cold war and it works because instead of inspiring panic or fear it uses satire and comedy to convey the sum of all fears.

There are some great one liners... including President Merkin Muffley saying "No fighting in the War Room"! It is Kubrick at his best with the genius of Peter Sellers and some great performances by George C. Scott and Sterling Hayden (Jack D. Ripper - what a name!). The chilling last lines of Dr Strangelove (including the Mein Fuhrer) are just writing genius.

Today with North Korea again beginning to threaten Nuclear WAr - the "Doomsday" scenario - is again worth contemplating (tragically) - a truly memorable movie - one that will never grow old...
2017-07-09
Just the best
That is it really, the best movie ever made! But they want four lines so: Kubrick's best film, it combines humor with one of modern mankind's greatest fear, nuclear holocaust. See this today! It is an AFI top 100 for a reason!
2002-08-23
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