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Air America never finds a righteous pace -- it's an expensive ghost town mood with two handsome leads spending their screentime mentally cashing their paychecks.
Everybody on-screen seems awfully bored.
Full of action and Mel Gibson.
An interesting storyline, but it's mostly a waste of time.
Gibson does what he can, but not even Olivier could salvage this one.
Yeah. Buddy comedy that borrows heavily from the spirit of Altman's M*A*S*H, but unlike that classic ultimately could careless about the human cost of war. It cares about the charm and charisma of its leads, only neither brought any. Shots of planes and helicopters flying over mountainous jungle terrain remains.
Just about remember seeing this ages ago. It was quite a funny film with a fair bit of action and 2 good male leads.
Such an interesting take on the surrounding conflict in Vietnam. It manages to infuse buddy comedy flawlessly with a truly serious situation. Mel Gibson and Robert Downey Jr. are as good a pair as you can find, they play off of each other like they had been best friends for life. The drug trade aspect is dealt with in a serious matter, but it does make the movie serious and it certainly doesn't lose its power as an action comedy. Visually, most people might be surprised by this. It's actually a lot more impressive than you'd expect.
An awsome comedy that never gets old. A terifficly entertaining mixture of buddy comedy, adventure and black ops. Mel Gibson and Robert Downy Jr. have fantastic chemistry. This film has you falling down in laughter.
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