Go Tell the Spartans

Go Tell the Spartans

Go Tell the Spartans is a 1978 American war film based on Daniel Ford's 1967 novel "Incident at Muc Wa." It tells the story about U.S. Army military advisers during the early part of the Vietnam War. Led my Major Asa Barker, these advisers and their South Vietnamese counterparts defend the village of Muc Wa against multiple attacks by Viet-Cong guerrillas.

A unit of American military advisors in Vietnam prior to the major U.S. involvement find similarities between their helpless struggle against the Viet Cong and the doomed actions of a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Sherry (gb) wrote: Beware of the slime.....

Jean S (jp) wrote: If you can get a copy of this movie with the scene when the two attempt to uncover and reveal their true gender, it's about as timely as it can get. Without that scene, this movie is missing its two front teeth! I've seen it both ways, don't ask me what channel or why it was censored. Okay, so I'll describe to you the censored scene the way I saw it. Connie and Carla decide to come clean..."We're not really men masquerading as women, we are women masquerading as men masquerading as women!" Said they, to which a room full of drag queens replies, "B.S." and "Prove it!" So, the two girls flash their breasts, and the drag queens flash theirs back, as if to say, "That proves nothing, we can buy those." So then they unzip their pants, and, off camera, obviously reveal their girl hhududus. This causes a room full of disgusted drag queens, as funny a scene as I've seen shot, but they are then convinced. Of course, now, not even that could straighten out the business at hand. One could now also buy a hruddudu, so I don't know whether this movie is now prophetic, or a side track. Either way, it's a good buddy movie, with Broadway hits.

Chris B (it) wrote: A film I could just turn my brain off for and watch. I did enjoy it but on reflection I probably didn't look elsewhere for entertainment as it was quite short in run time. The characters are nothing more than cliches and Vinnie Jones doesn't really progress from where he starts. There is a concern that if real prisons were run like this it is no wonder they fail to rehabilitate people.

Stuart K (fr) wrote: Directed by Kelly Makin (National Lampoon's Senior Trip (1995)), this was produced by Hugh Grant and Elizabeth Hurley, who had their own production company at the time. They'd already done Extreme Measures (1996), here they opted for something a little lighter. It came out around the same time as Analyze This, and it enjoys sending up gangster movie cliches and more. In New York, English auctioneer Michael Felgate (Grant), is in love with teacher Gina Vitale (Jeanne Tripplehorn), but she turns down his proposal for marriage all because of her father Frank (James Caan). When Michael meets Frank, he thinks Frank is a nice man, but then he see's that he's part of a big Mafia crime family, and it's not long before Frank has Michael auctioning off some questionable paintings at the auction house, which turns out to be part of a money laundering scam. But, when Gina's cousin Johnny (John Ventimiglia), ends up dead, Frank ends up asking Michael to help him out, even if it means becoming "Kansas City Little Big Mickey Blue Eyes". It's a very silly film, but it has some funny moments, and Grant is his usual, foppish self again, but Caan relishes the part of the mobster well, sending up what he did in The Godfather (1972), it's not perfect, but it's a good laugh and you could do worse than watch this.

Trinity C (ru) wrote: The 60s were pretty crazy....

Russ B (it) wrote: 12/14/2014: An ok movie. A pretty good story without much football. Not good enough to watch more than once.

Logan M (mx) wrote: A true classic. Its strong performances and peppy, well-crafted script make "Some Like It Hot" Billy Wilder's most iconic movie.

Drey G (us) wrote: Ed Wood Lives! " Follow that Pteranodon........and step on it!"

Micheline S (nl) wrote: I was disappointed, but still enjoyed it.