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- Report (1967)
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1001 Club - Dr. Strangelove (1964)
#441. Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
Why It's In The Book: "Dr. Strangelove is a brilliant black comedy that works as political satire, suspense farce, and cautionary tale of technology running away with us… Kubrick… would surprise audiences… with outrageously funny and provocative cartoon tactics. Kubrick and cowriter Terry Southern created a cast of grotesques whose absurd fixations, by their incongruity, play up the realism against which they are set (and which is enhanced by Gibert Taylor’s outstanding black-and-white cinematography)… the War Room at The pentagon – an awesome set by production designer Ken Adam… Sellers’s sidesplitting three performances are legend but the entire ensemble give a masterclass in exaggerated, perfectly timed posturing… Every viewing is a reminder the film is stuffed with hilarious dialogue… Kubrick… never made us laugh this much in any other film." -1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die
Siochembio - 10/10
"Despite all its laughs, I still think this is a scary film."
TSorensen - 10/10
"I will without blinking boldly declare Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb to be one of the best, maybe the best (and blackest), comedies of all time."
Adolytsi - 9/10
"I look at Stanley Kubrick’s filmography as him delving into each genre of film one at a time. Here, he tries his hand at comedy, and in fine Kubrick fashion, he exceeds all expectations."
Movie Guy Steve - 9/10
"I love this movie, and I think it’s worth watching. However, I also understand why someone might dislike it."
Nicolas Krizan - 9/10
"outstanding doomsday depiction with lots of wits and style"
Squish - 8/10
"It's a comedy, but it's not funny. Ok, it's funny, but some dramas coined as Drama before Comedy have more laughs than Dr. Strangelove. What makes this different is the kind of funny that it is. The laughs aren't usually 'laugh out loud' funny, but funny in that "this is all too real and we were often on the brink of total annihilation and that's not funny" funny. Which is hilarious."
Sunny D - 8/10
"Mutually Assured Destruction is the most hellish and nightmarish concept we’ve managed to come up with as a race (so far!) and perhaps not something one would be naturally inclined to laugh at. Thus, I have to tip my hat for the audacity as well as the ultimate success in making nuclear apocalypse pretty hilarious."