Who'll Stop the Rain (1978)
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Critic Reviews for Who'll Stop the Rain
Anchored by great turns from Moriarty, Nolte and Tuesday Weld, Reisz version of Stone's book is one of the most intriguing films about Vietnam, at once a tale about a paricularly divisive war and a parable about moral chaos and personal disintegration.
A complicated morality play about the Vietnam war and its lingering after-effects.
A tough and thoughtful thriller, marked by a terrific Nolte performance.
Fantastic drama/thriller that you may never have heard of.
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Audience Reviews for Who'll Stop the Rain
UNDERRATED. Gritty, realistic and the "story" of what happens/happened to those who "gave all" and what they had to do to "make it". Nolte does a great job in this one. Not a true "Vietnam" film as much as it is a "story", a believable one at that, which portrays the good, bad, and ugly of society during this era.
One of my favorite movies. Nolte is riveting. Weld is haunting and Moriarty is perfection in this movie.
A gem of a film! This tense crime drama features Nolte on the run from a corrupt cop and a pair of criminals. The performances are pitch perfect, especially from Nolte, and the tone is gritty and realistic. In addition, the climax is very suspenseful and caps the film perfectly. It's not perfect - it drags in the opening sequences - but it is shamefully ignored and under appreciated!
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