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Platoon

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Leaving his study, in order to join the Vietnam Forces, Chris Taylor, a young teenager guy, who lives lonely, the thing that turns down his life, as he struggles against being in a bloody war and saving his life, as he becomes lonely, but everything changes when he falsely involved in the fights of trips.
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CRITICS OF "Platoon"
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People Magazine

January 21, 2014

No sane person should want to get any closer to war than this film.
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South Florida Sun-Sentinel
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February 24, 2014

The utter chaos of war in Vietnam is brilliantly portrayed. No one can deny this film the power of its images and the weight of all-pervasive terror it creates.
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Chicago Tribune
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February 24, 2014

There are images in Platoon so powerful that they seem, rather than simply imprinted on celluloid, to have been burned into memory.
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7M Pictures
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October 02, 2013

One of the best Vietnam films out there. And this is coming from a person who thinks that modern-day filmmaker Oliver Stone is a big, fat windbag.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
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February 24, 2014

Precisely because Stone forces you to experience a grunt's tunnel vision and rage, Platoon is a film of inspiring empathy and awesome force. Curiously, that same tunnelvision in the end compromises Platoon.
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Philadelphia Daily News
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February 24, 2014

Platoon is not the definitive Vietnam statement that Stone may have intended, or that others are already claiming it to be. But it is a powerful document about that sad war, and a riveting piece of moviemaking.
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New York Daily News
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February 22, 2015

This film is an act of courage. Stone, the gutsy writer-director, records in a devastating barrage of images the relentless horror and the senseless carnage experienced by far too many Americans in Vietnam.
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Radio Times
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February 24, 2014

This is a modern classic and a personal exorcism for its director.
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Los Angeles Times
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February 19, 2013

This is movie-making with a zealot's fervor.
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Christian Science Monitor
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February 24, 2014

Oliver Stone tries ambitiously to capture the full horror and frenzy of combat in Southeast Asia, but his technical skill outstrips his insight.
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Orlando Sentinel
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February 22, 2015

Stone's strongest suit, however, isn't so much realism as it is his way of blending immediacy and insight.
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Chicago Tribune
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February 19, 2013

Platoon is filled with one fine performance after another, and one can only wish that every person who saw the cartoonish war fantasy that was Rambo would buy a ticket to Platoon and bear witness to something closer to the truth.
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