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  • Genre: Drama | War | Action
  • Release Date: 28 August 1987 (USA)
  • Runtime: 110 min
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  • IMDb page: Watch Hamburger Hill (1987) Free Movie
  • Rate: 6.7/10 total 15,273 votes 
  • Genre: Drama | War | Action
  • Release Date: 28 August 1987 (USA)
  • Runtime: 110 min
  • Filming Location: Philippines
  • Gross: $13,839,404 (USA)
  • Director: John Irvin
  • Stars: Anthony Barrile, Michael Boatman, Don Cheadle | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Philip Glass   
  • Soundtrack: We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
  • Sound Mix: Dolby
  • Plot Keyword: Hill | Vietnam | Vietnam War | Sergeant | Gore

Hamburger Hill (1987) Writing Credits By:

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  • James Carabatsos 

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  • The closing credits include a famous poem about the war written by Major Michael Davis O’Donnell on January 1, 1970. Hamburger Hill 1987 O’Donnell was declared missing in action on March 24, 1970 after piloting a helicopter on an extraction mission inside Cambodia. Hamburger Hill 1987 He was declared killed in action in 1978. Hamburger Hill 1987 His remains were recovered and identified with DNA testing many years later, and were interred at Arlington National Cemetery in 2001. Hamburger Hill 1987 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • After the May 17 battle, Dylan McDermott, as Sgt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Frantz, vehemently tells an Army photographer who shows up to “Unass my AO!” In the condensed language of GI slang, it is an order to move his ass out of the sergeant’s Area of Operations, and in this context it expresses the infantry GI’s contempt for soldiers who don’t fight. Hamburger Hill 1987 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The paratroopers of U.S. Hamburger Hill 1987 Army’s famous 101st Airborne Division, known as “The Screaming Eagles” due to their distinctive shoulder patch (a gold-beaked, red-tongued white-headed bald eagle on a black shield), were feared and respected by their North Vietnamese and Viet Cong enemies in Vietnam. Hamburger Hill 1987 The Vietnamese Communists called 101st troops “Chicken Men” because of the eagle shoulder patches, and had a cautious saying about them – “beware of the Chicken Men.” 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Some of the extras during filming were US Marines stationed in the Subic Bay, Philippines area. Hamburger Hill 1987 Is this interesting? Interesting? YesNo |
  • An electrician was electrocuted and killed in front of the cast and crew. Hamburger Hill 1987 Because of this, production was almost shut down but eventually continued after a memorial service. Hamburger Hill 1987 Is this interesting? Interesting? YesNo |
  • The film was released shortly after Oliver Stone’s Vietnam film Platoon (1986) won Best Picture at the Oscars. Hamburger Hill 1987 The two films’ releases were followed by Stanley Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket (1987). Hamburger Hill 1987 Is this interesting? Interesting? YesNo |
  • Don James later acted in John Irvin’s film Next of Kin (1989). Hamburger Hill 1987 Is this interesting? Interesting? YesNo |
  • Screenwriter James Carabatsos had fought in the Vietnam war. Hamburger Hill 1987 One reason that producer Marcia Nasatir came on board is because her son had also fought in Vietnam. Hamburger Hill 1987 Is this interesting? Interesting? YesNo |
  • The characters in the movie were named after men that writer James Carabatsos had fought alongside. Hamburger Hill 1987 Is this interesting? Interesting? YesNo |
  • Theatrical breakthrough for many of the cast, including Don Cheadle (who would go on to star in Crash (2004) and Traffic (2000)), Dylan McDermott (who went on to be in Steel Magnolias (1989) and In the Line of Fire (1993)), and Courtney B. Hamburger Hill 1987 Vance (best known for his roles in Nothing But the Truth (2008) and Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001)). Hamburger Hill 1987 Is this interesting? Interesting? YesNo |

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Goofs: Factual errors: None of the F-4 jet aircraft that 'bombed' the Hill numerous times had any bombs on them. Hamburger Hill 1987 Any ordnance on an F-4 is visible, those pictured had none, not even wing (fuel) tanks.

Hamburger Hill (1987) Plot: A very realistic interpretation of one of the bloodiest battles of the Vietnam War. Hamburger Hill 1987 Full summary »  »

Hamburger Hill (1987) Story: A brutal and realistic war film focuses on the lives of a squad of 14 U.S. Hamburger Hill 1987 Army soldiers of B Company, 3rd Battalion, 187th Infanty Regiment, 101st Airborne Division during the brutal 10 day (May 11-20, 1969) battle for Hill 937 in the A Shau Valley of Vietnam as they try again and again to take the fortified hill held by the North Vietnamese, and the faults and casualties they take every time in which the battle was later dubbed “Hamburger Hill” because enemy fire was so fierce that the fusillade of bullets turned assaulting troops into shreded hamburger meat. Hamburger Hill 1987 Written byMatthew Patay <>


Hamburger Hill (1987) Synopsis: The movie opens with a still photo of 3rd Squad, 1st Platoon:

Rifleman Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Vincent Languilli (Anthony Barree)

Rifleman Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Ray Motown (Michael Patrick Boatman)

Rifleman/Machine gunner Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 David Washburn (Don Cheadle)

Radioman Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Harry Murphy (Michael Dolan)

3rd Squad XO Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Elliott McDaniel (Don James)

3rd Squad Leader SSgt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Adam Frantz (Dylan McDermott)

Rifleman Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Paul Galvan (M.A. Hamburger Hill 1987 Nickles)

Machine gunner Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Michael Duffy (Harry O’Reilly)

Rifleman/Machine gunner Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Frank Gaigan (Daniel O’Shea)

Rifleman/Grenade launcher Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Joseph Beletsky (Tim Quill)

Rifleman/Machine gunner Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Martin Bienstock (Jimmy Swerdlow)

Medical Specialist Abraham ‘Doc’ Johnson (Courtney B. Hamburger Hill 1987 Vance)

Platoon Sgt FC Dennis Worcester (Steven Weber)

Platoon leader Lt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Terry Eden (Tegan West)

All of them from the 101st Airborne Division

A pan of the Vietnam War monument in DC segues to an American army squad in combat in Vietnam. Hamburger Hill 1987 A soldier is blown in the air, Sergeants Frantz and Worcester arrange an air evac. Hamburger Hill 1987 The wounded man dies in the helo as Doc tries to keep him conscious. Hamburger Hill 1987 A plane drops a load of white phosphorous.

South Vietnam, 1969. Hamburger Hill 1987 Near a village, Languilli tries to chat up a local lady while his mates joke around in the deuce and a 1/2. Hamburger Hill 1987 Platoon Sergeant SFC Worcester gets him on the truck. Hamburger Hill 1987 Sgt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Frantz arrives in a jeep, the truck drives off. Hamburger Hill 1987 Frantz recounts his R&R leave with a "roundeye" nurse. Hamburger Hill 1987 Worcester teases the new guys on wearing flak jackets, he also mentions the A Shau Valley. Hamburger Hill 1987 Near another bustling village the men disembark. Hamburger Hill 1987 Worcester tells Frantz he is getting the new guys while he has to break in a new lieutenant.

The men dig trenches in the sun and mud. Hamburger Hill 1987 The new guys are happy and joke around. Hamburger Hill 1987 Languilli makes an offcolor comment about Beletsky’s wife and the two scuffle, then shake hands. Hamburger Hill 1987 Worcester and Frantz visit a brothel and enjoy a hottub with two prostitutes. Hamburger Hill 1987 Worcester is a little tense as the four discuss the war, Frantz is cool and relaxed.

Lt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Eden has the five new troops fill out forms. Hamburger Hill 1987 Doc tours the village with two fellow African-Americans, they greet Frantz cheerfully. Hamburger Hill 1987 Rumor has it they are going back into the A Shau Valley to engage the NVA at their hilltop outposts near the Lao border. Hamburger Hill 1987 McDaniel is a short timer and would like a rear echelon posting. Hamburger Hill 1987 Doc teaches the five new guys how to brush their teeth and reams out Beletsky for being too casual.

The squad relaxes in the morning at the trenches. Hamburger Hill 1987 Worcester hints they will be going back to A Shau. Hamburger Hill 1987 Frantz tries to teach the new guys about the enemy Han, the North Vietnamese Army, and not to underestimate Mr. Hamburger Hill 1987 Nathanial Victor. Hamburger Hill 1987 Later the troop play in the water. Hamburger Hill 1987 A civvie RV trailer is towed into camp, Languilli and Galvan joke with the driver.

At lunchtime the men chat and talk about being back home. Hamburger Hill 1987 McDaniel is optimistic about returning home, Motown is pessimistic and tells a story of going back to Detroit on emergency leave. Hamburger Hill 1987 Beletsky tries to join in the conversation but is shot down by Doc.

Languilli and Galvan plan on how to have sex with the locals. Hamburger Hill 1987 Duffy meditates when incoming rounds from enemy artillery make the men scramble for cover. Hamburger Hill 1987 As the arty rounds shake the ground, a girl cries for her dead mother. Hamburger Hill 1987 When the enemy artillery fire ceases, Frantz calls for ceasefire. Hamburger Hill 1987 Doc cries out for a dead soldier, a new guy.

That evening, the men are at Mama San’s brothel lining up for their turns, drinking, dancing and playing cards. Hamburger Hill 1987 Doc is drunk and starts a fight with Languilli. Hamburger Hill 1987 The Italian is upset everyone calls him "alphabet". Hamburger Hill 1987 Worcester confirms they are going back to the A Shau Valley at dawn to engage the North Vietnamese Army.

The next morning, a squadron of Huey helicopters comes to pick up the Airborne troops. Hamburger Hill 1987 They fly toward a mountainous valley. Hamburger Hill 1987 The men are tense and quiet. Hamburger Hill 1987 They jump off at the LZ and the helos fly away. Hamburger Hill 1987 It is May 10, 1969. Hamburger Hill 1987 (Day 1 of the the Battle for Hamburger Hill)

The platoon walks warily through a jungle. Hamburger Hill 1987 Firing breaks out and they hit the ground. Hamburger Hill 1987 The sergeants get them moving forward. Hamburger Hill 1987 McDaniel is killed but the enemy withdraws. Hamburger Hill 1987 Washburn is put on point. Hamburger Hill 1987 At break the men relax, reading magazines and letters, playing cards. Hamburger Hill 1987 Frantz is sad because one man was killed. Hamburger Hill 1987 Doc is angry and Motown calms him down with "It don’t mean nothin, not a thing". Hamburger Hill 1987 Lt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Eden and the sergeants discuss their orders, they are moving out at 0800 to drive the enemy off Hill 937 where they have congregated.

May 11 (Day 2). Hamburger Hill 1987 SFC Worcester keeps them moving as an observation helo cruises overhead. Hamburger Hill 1987 Enemy mortar rounds start to fall around them. Hamburger Hill 1987 American artillery pounds the hill in response. Hamburger Hill 1987 Later, a sudden rainstorm hits as the men are packing body bags. Hamburger Hill 1987 At night the new guys chat and have hot chocolate, Frantz joins them. Hamburger Hill 1987 They listen to Radio Hanoi, telling them to quit fighting. Hamburger Hill 1987 The battle continues in the distance.

A few days later, Frantz wakes them up as another platoon returns. Hamburger Hill 1987 Up the hill there is furious small arms combat. Hamburger Hill 1987 It is May 15. Hamburger Hill 1987 They fight hand-to-hand with the enemy NVA troops. Hamburger Hill 1987 Jets come in and bombard the top of the hill with a mixture of bombs and napalm. Hamburger Hill 1987 The NVA soldiers take cover in their bunkers. Hamburger Hill 1987 The platoon overruns an enemy bunker and keeps crawling up the hill. Hamburger Hill 1987 U.S. Hamburger Hill 1987 Army Hueys fly overhead and accidentally shoot down at their own troops. Hamburger Hill 1987 Lt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Eden frantically tries to radio in to stop them. Hamburger Hill 1987 More deaths. Hamburger Hill 1987 Again the jets naplam the hilltop as the platoon falls back down the hill to take a break.

Lt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Eden tries to arrange for more supply of food and water. Hamburger Hill 1987 Motown lets Beletsky use his cassette player to listen to a heartfelt audio letter from his wife Claire. Hamburger Hill 1987 Beletsky gets upset as the batteries run down and makes a racist comment and scuffles with Motown.

May 16. Hamburger Hill 1987 The fighting continues as the unit assaults Hill 937 yet again. Hamburger Hill 1987 Doc resets a dislocated shoulder and keeps the man moving. Hamburger Hill 1987 At lunch break, the men once again chat and read letters. Hamburger Hill 1987 Bienstock gets a Dear John from his girl that she is breaking up with him on the advice of her friends who feel it is amoral to date a military serviceman.

May 17. Hamburger Hill 1987 The unit keeps moving up and facing constant gunfire. Hamburger Hill 1987 Coming back down the hill after a hard day’s work they are met by a news film crew taunting them about their failed assaults on Hill 937. Hamburger Hill 1987 Frantz angrily tells them off saying that they are going to take the hill. Hamburger Hill 1987 As the squad relaxes, they discuss black and white issues back home. Hamburger Hill 1987 Doc and Beletsky finally reach an accord. Hamburger Hill 1987 Frantz reveals a bit about himself.

May 18. Hamburger Hill 1987 The squad crawls up the hill for another assault in the pouring rain, which is now a blasted, muddy wasteland. Hamburger Hill 1987 Gaigan dies, Doc is in tears and is shot in the abdomen. Hamburger Hill 1987 The Americans struggle on the slippery slope and fall backwards in a mudslide. Hamburger Hill 1987 Later, Doc is drugged up and ready for medevac, feeling no pain, happy he’s going home.

Lt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Eden reports the CO "Black Jack" wants them to keep manouevering aggressively, the squad is quiet and sombre. Hamburger Hill 1987 SFC Worcester laments on the feelings of the people back home. Hamburger Hill 1987 He recounts when he was medevac’d back home the previous year he encountered some college hippies’ negativism. Hamburger Hill 1987 "Don’t mean nothing". Hamburger Hill 1987 Worcester tells them how after he returned to his hometown, he encountered anger from people everywhere, including his own wife whom was shamelessly cheating on him because U.S. Hamburger Hill 1987 Army troops are known as "baby killers" or just "killers" by the hostile American public having been completely consumed by the anti-war movement. Hamburger Hill 1987 His alienation caused him to re-enlist for another tour of duty.

May 20. Hamburger Hill 1987 Once more the squad goes into the front lines for an all-out assault on the hill. Hamburger Hill 1987 During the fighting, the men are close enough to see the faces of the NVA soldiers returning fire. Hamburger Hill 1987 Lt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Eden is twitted by his CO to fight not talk, he then loses an arm as a motar round lands closeby. Hamburger Hill 1987 Worcester gives him a shot of morphine. Hamburger Hill 1987 The Americans charge up the hill to take out the bunkers. Hamburger Hill 1987 SFC Worcester walks in from the smoke, in a stupor and covered in blood, he dies in Frantz’ arms. Hamburger Hill 1987 In a crater, Motown is found dead. Hamburger Hill 1987 Beletsky tries to buck up a stunned Frantz. Hamburger Hill 1987 Still they move up the steep hill. Hamburger Hill 1987 Bienstock is riddled with bullets. Hamburger Hill 1987 Near the ridgeline, Languilli is bayoneted by an enemy soldier and dies. Hamburger Hill 1987 Again, Frantz is stunned. Hamburger Hill 1987 The NVA soldier who kills Languilli is killed by Frantz. Hamburger Hill 1987 Beletsky rallies the platoon to keep moving. Hamburger Hill 1987 Crawling to the top, blasting the few surviving NVA solders where they are, Frantz rests and is joined by Beletsky and Washburn… Hamburger Hill 1987 the only other survivors of the squad whom have made it through. Hamburger Hill 1987 The battle is won as other American soldiers walk up and a Huey flies over the killing fields. Hamburger Hill 1987 The North Vietnamese soldiers have withdrawn. Hamburger Hill 1987 Someone posts a sign "Welcome to Hamburger Hill". Hamburger Hill 1987 Beletsky ignores the radio call from the CO, "Red 6" requesting a sitrep.

A disclaimer in the final shot says that 70 American soldiers were killed or later died of wounds and 372 were wounded during the 11-day battle for Hamburger Hill. Hamburger Hill 1987 1st Platoon suffered 70% casualties during the nine assaults on the hill. Hamburger Hill 1987 Around 500 to 600 NVA soldiers were also killed during the battle. Hamburger Hill 1987 Hill 937 was nicknamed ‘Hamburger Hill’ because enemy gunfire from the NVA defending the hill was so intense that it turned the attacking soldiers into hamburger meat. Hamburger Hill 1987 In June 1969, three weeks after winning the battle, the American soldiers departed from the A Shau Valley… Hamburger Hill 1987 allowing the North Vietnamese to return to re-occupy the hill, which maked the end of U.S. Hamburger Hill 1987 offensives into enemy territory and the start of the pullout from Vietnam.


FullCast & Crew

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  • James Carabatsos known as producer
  • Marcia Nasatir known as producer
  • Jerry Offsay known as executive producer

Watch Hamburger Hill (1987) Free Full Movie Online HD FullCast & Crew:

  • Anthony Barrile known as Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Vincent 'Alphabet' Languilli
  • Michael Boatman known as Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Ray Motown (as Michael Patrick Boatman)
  • Don Cheadle known as Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Johnny Washburn
  • Michael Dolan known as Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Harry Murphy
  • Don James known as Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Elliott 'Mac' McDaniel
  • Dylan McDermott known as Sgt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Adam Frantz
  • Michael A. Hamburger Hill 1987 Nickles known as Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Paul Galvan (as M.A. Hamburger Hill 1987 Nickles)
  • Harry O'Reilly known as Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Michael Duffy
  • Daniel O'Shea known as Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Frank Gaigin
  • Tim Quill known as Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Joe Beletsky
  • Tommy Swerdlow known as Pvt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Martin Bienstock
  • Courtney B. Hamburger Hill 1987 Vance known as Spc. Hamburger Hill 1987 Abraham 'Doc' Johnson
  • Steven Weber known as Sfc. Hamburger Hill 1987 Dennis Worcester
  • Tegan West known as Lt. Hamburger Hill 1987 Terry Eden
  • Kieu Chinh known as Mama San
  • Doug Goodman known as Lagunas
  • J.C. Hamburger Hill 1987 Palmore known as Healy
  • J.D. Hamburger Hill 1987 Van Sickle known as Newsman



Supporting Department

Makeup Department: Hamburger Hill (1987)
  • Cecille Baun known as makeup artist
  • Neville Smallwood known as makeup artist

Hamburger Hill (1987) Art Department:

  • Noel Luna known as set dresser
  • Joe Pfaltzgraf known as prop man
  • John Zemansky known as property master




Watch Hamburger Hill (1987) Free Full Movie Online HD Production Companies:

  • RKO Pictures

Watch Hamburger Hill (1987) Free Movie Other Companies:

  • General Screen Enterprises  titles
  • Joe Dunton & Company  camera equipment provided by
  • Lee Lighting  grip and lighting equipment
  • Megavision Entertainment Corporation  production services
  • Sapex Scripts  post-production script services
  • Twickenham Studios  sound re-recording (as Twickenham Film Studios)
  • U.S. Hamburger Hill 1987 Army  special thanks

Additional Details

Hamburger Hill (1987) Distributors:

  • Paramount Pictures (1987) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Sandrew Film & Teater (1988) (Sweden) (theatrical)
  • Tivoli (1988) (West Germany) (theatrical)
  • Alliance Films (2012) (Canada) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Avid Home Entertainment (1995) (USA) (VHS)
  • Concorde Home Entertainment (2002) (Germany) (DVD)
  • Home Video Hellas (HVH) (1988) (Greece) (VHS)
  • IPA Asia Pacific (2010) (Thailand) (DVD)
  • KNM Home Entertainment (2002) (Germany) (DVD)
  • LK-TEL Vídeo (Brazil) (VHS)
  • Lionsgate Home Entertainment (2012) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Maple Pictures (2007) (Canada) (DVD)
  • Nordisk Film (2004) (Sweden) (DVD)
  • Vestron Video International (1988) (Japan) (VHS)
  • Vestron Video International (19??) (Netherlands) (VHS)
  • Vestron Video (1989) (West Germany) (VHS)
  • Vestron Video (1988) (USA) (VHS)



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  1. artzau from Sacramento, CA
    22 Jan 2014, 11:33 am

    This is an excellent depiction of the insanity that was the war in Viet Nam. My view as a naval officer during a scenic tour of the Mekong near theCambodian border and the Vietnamese city of Chau Phu, permitted me to be awitness to many, many occasions involving the wholesale abuse of humans byhumans. The strain on mind, body and soul takes years (if ever) to repairand this film captures it. There are brief glimpses of this agony in someof the other films mentioned here in the reviews, e.g., Apocalypse Now, FullMetal Jacket and Platoon. Each of these films have merit but are deeplyflawed. Apocalypse Now is steeped in moral allegory to the expense of anaccurate portrayal of the war; Full Metal Jacket is only 2/3 completed;Platoon becomes a Levi-Straussian moral tale with an arch villain andvirtuous hero– the latter heinously slain by the former with revengeexacted by the weary sojourner on the odyssey. OK. What do we have herewith Hamburger Hill? A story? Heroic acts? Action? Not really. What wehave is the horror and insanity of war. The film ends on the same pointlessnote as it began. But, you know what? Reading through the detractors ofthis film who touted the other potential three and slammed this one, I wouldnot hesitate to bet they were never there. I could glance at the reviewsand pick out the vets– not just on the basis of whether they liked thisfilm or not but of how they reacted to it. I know and know damn well. Itoo was there, brothers. See this film. It’s well produced, directed andthe cast is damn good. Check it out.

  2. hawkip from North Carolina, USA
    22 Jan 2014, 11:33 am

    I, like most of the other people posting comments, believe it is a veryrealistic movie. Some have commented that they didn’t like the characters.Well, I’m a military helicopter pilot and I have worked with the infantryonmany missions. When they are in the field, they are subject to a rawlifestyle that few would understand if they had not lived it. I’ve seenthemand I’ve carried them. They do not apologize for the way they look, act oreven smell when they,ve been out for days and weeks. When you see thecomplete fatigue in their faces, you would not expect them to. They arewhothey are and I’m proud to have carried them as a crew chief on a CH47earlier in my career and now as a UH60 pilot.But the movie does need a "goof" link for some critical errors. The menwhoassaulted Dong Ap Bia "Hamburger Hill" were never attacked by a UH1. Thefratricide events occurred 4 documented times. Once by a Skyraider(fixed-wing) and three separate times by AH1 Cobras. The Skyraiderdropped,I believe a 1000 pound bomb and the Cobras shot them up with their machineguns and rockets.Having pointed this out, I do realize that the film industry, putting outalower budget film, might have a difficult time actually finding a Cobra touse. Hueys are easy to find and cheap to operate.Also, the scenes with who is supposed to be Col. Honeycutt in the Commandand Control helicopter (you never really see him)portrays him ascompletelyout of harms way during the battles. The fact is that he was in harms way,with NVA artillery constantly. He and his staff also ended up in a firefight themselves. The radio traffic also leads you to believe he isuncaringand dogmatic with his people. I could only answer this by pointing outthatsomeone had to be the commander and it was a difficult mission. But, the"ruthless uncaring leader" (almost as a matter of political correctness)isthe only way Hollywood will portray a commander in Viet Nam. Too badthough,that episode with his staff would have been interesting to have seen actedout.It doesn’t change my opinion of the film though. It’s one of my favoritesinmy DVD library.

  3. SquirePM from Birmingham, Alabama
    22 Jan 2014, 11:33 am

    I was an infantryman in the field in Vietnam. There are only 2 Vietnammovies that are even close to real – this one and Apocalypse Now, and theyare both as close as a movie can get.

    Hamburger Hill gets it right in many ways, the banter among the grunts, thefatalism mixed with the desire to survive a vicious war, the emotionalstress of seeing your fellow GI’s become casualties. The GI jargon used inthe writing is the most authentic in any movie about that war. But most ofall it depicts the incredible, to me mystical, bravery which drives any maninto terrible battle in any war, on any side. This movie is anunpretentious marvel.

    As for Apocalypse Now, it gets it right in a very different way.Everythingin that movie actually happened in Vietnam, crazy as each scene may be toone who wasn’t there. Take it scene by scene. Believe everything you see.(Except, of course, the whole Col. Kurtz – private army – assassinationtheme, which was out of the book about war in South Africa. It made agreathook for this movie, but no U. S. Army senior officer ever went off thedeepend like that.)

  4. Tin Man-5 from Auke Bay, Alaska
    22 Jan 2014, 11:33 am

    Many excellent Vietnam films, in an attempt to present their owninterpretation of America’s darkest hour, ask many political questions vitalto the war: "What were we fighting for?" "Was this worth it?" "When doesmorality take over?" "When does the fighting stop?"

    On the other hand, "Hamburger Hill" doesn’t need to state any suchquestions. Rather, it presents the viewer with the scenario– a group of mentrying to advance on a hill– and allows him to come to his own conclusions.It is a wonderful display of characters from all walks of life, and how hardtimes brought them together. Some want to be there, others don’t, but theycall all make the same statement: When it comes to their determination toget on top of that hill and advance upon the enemy, all of those politicalquestions "don’t mean nothin’."

    This is probably the best Vietman film as far as visuals go. The actionssequences are raw and gory, and the locations are incredibly depressing–setting the perfect stage for a war movie. Combined with excellentperformances by everyone involved, this is certainly an underrated film thatpresents a clear picture of what the war truly might have beenlike.

    ***1/2 out of ****

  5. wildcatt268 from Livermore, CA
    22 Jan 2014, 11:33 am

    This is one of the very best and most realistic movies on the Vietnam War. There is no politicizing angst like "Platoon" and no flights of fantasy andmetaphysics like "Full-Metal Jacket" or "Apocalypse Now". Those movies weretoo full of themselves and their "message" (and Oliver Stone, in particular,sought more to advance his political viewpoints by distortion rather thanshow realistic combat). These guys in the 101st Airborne were engaged in abrutal, actual battle. From the first ambush scene through each of theassaults on the hill, realism was achieved. The North Vietnamese hidingsafe in their bunkers during air-strikes, only to emerge and start shootingand rolling grenades down the hill again on the paratroopers–all real. Theconversations among the troops, about what they would do when they got home,what kind of car they would buy, are all typical of what I remember from myyear over there in the infantry. There was no pontificating about good andevil as with Oliver Stone’s much overrated "Platoon". Most of all, itshowed guys trying just to take care of each other, while still carrying onwith a meat-grinder of a mission. The actors were all virtually unknown atthe time this was made, but acquitted themselves well. This movie wasunfortunately underpromoted and slipped virtually unnoticed through thetheaters, leaving most of us to catch it in the video stores. I am glad Icame across it. If you missed this one, go rent it.

  6. k_rkeplar from Mississippi River Bottoms Southern Illinois
    22 Jan 2014, 11:33 am

    No stars, no over the top heroics, no secret missions. Brutallyrealistic and historical accurate Nam film. One of the very few so far.One can nit-pick over the dialogue interludes throughout the film, butas with any story there has to be a set backdrop for characters todevelop from. You have to know a little about these guys before you canreally feel for them. It’s a plot device but it works and takes nothingaway from the film. Well done war films are a rarity, especiallyVietnam era ones. This particular film is truly a good one. I wouldeven consider it an excellent film for history students of the war andit’s times. The last scene screams out in silence what every combat vetknows and feels.

  7. DumaNV from Las Vegas, Nevada
    22 Jan 2014, 11:33 am

    Drawing from a good book by the same name concerning a real battle, the filmchose to concentrate on a single unit of the 101st Airborne during thisengagement instead of the strategies and tactics of the battle. Fictionalizing the characters we see the typical group of soldiers, somenew, some veterans, some black, some white, some Hispanic, conduct assaultafter assault on a hill for some reason that they only have a vague conceptof. But instead of making the battle slick and interlaced with subplotsabout the possession of souls (such as "Platoon") or a work of art (such as"Apocalypse Now" or "Full Metal Jacket") the characters are real and thebattle is believable.

    Whether intentional or not, it is hard to identify individuals in this film. The viewer is aware that there are ethnic and class separations butidentities are harder. I believe that this was intentional to some extentby the director so that the impression could be made that this could be anyunit and the soldiers could be anyone that you may know. Like the facelessnames on the Vietnam War monument during the opening of the film, thesesoldiers are essentially faceless forcing the viewer to place a face andpersonality that they are intimate with. The real star of the movie is thebattle and the tragedies that resulted. As with the better, and moreaccurate war films, there are no heroics, just fear; there is no gloriousflag waving over a captured fortification, just survivors.

    Again, with the better war films it is the little stuff that separates thegood ones from the "cowboys and Indians in battle dress" ilk: the radiooperator calling in an artillery strike in panic and is reprimanded for notusing proper radio protocol, the mud slide down the hill right in the middleof the battle, the officer trying to call for reinforcements and realizingthat his radio was blown to bits along with his arm. All of these "touches"are real and give credibility to a film. In this case "Hamburger Hill"stands apart, and somewhat higher, than most films about thesubject.

  8. mhasheider from Sauk City, Wisconsin
    22 Jan 2014, 11:33 am

    Extremely brutal and fierce true story about one particular group in the 101Airborne Division, who spend ten days and eleven battles trying to claim amuddy and well-occupied hill that’s dubbed "Hamburger Hill".

    The cast in this film were mostly unknown like Dylan McDermott (who made hisfilm debut here) and Steven Weber who both play the platoon’s two weary anddetermined sergeants, Don Cheadle is one of the five new recruits, MichaelBoatman and Courtney Vance are also in the cast. It’s certainly well-actedby McDermott and Vance..

    John Irvin ("The Dogs of War") directed the film and here, he lets theemotions of the soldiers go very far but not too far and the same can bementioned for the battle scenes. Also, Irvin take a page of RobertAldrich’s WW2 classic and unforgettable melodrama "The Dirty Dozen".Instead of making instant up close shots as Aldrich did, Irvin slowly movesthe camera in and it captures the unpredictable feeling that any of theG.I.s have. I wasn’t moved, yet I was amazed as well.

    Jim Carabatos ("Heartbreak Ridge") wrote the movie’s story and like Irvin,Carabatos is careful in making the tale absolutely clear and veryunderstanding to the viewer. The point that Irvin and Carabatos are tryingto make is fascinating and simple: No one here is trying to be the hero northe villain because surviving the war is a more important factor than tryingto be gutsy and wind up being killed.

    "Hamburger Hill" isn’t the type of war movie like Oliver Stone’s "Platoon"or Stanley Kubrick’s "Full Metal Jacket" were, but it tends to be likeTerrence Malick’s "The Thin Red Line" was a few years ago. It’s a fierceand very thoughtful film

  9. Shane Paterson from Las Vegas, NV
    22 Jan 2014, 11:33 am

    Minor spoilers here…

    This is one seriously disturbing film. I can’t even begin to describejusthow disturbing it is. It has a pencil-thin storyline, too, and isultimately pointless. Those are just a few of the qualities that makethisperhaps the best — and I cringe at that word, because it’s really aterrible experience to behold — film yet made about the Vietnam conflict.Built around a cast of unknowns, all of whom turn in utterly convincingperformances, this film’s script must be either (a) really short or (b) areal mess. Most of the dialogue in the film’s last half, for example, ismilitary jargon and yelling, with a lot of screaming thrown in for goodmeasure. Much of the dialogue that precedes it is the kind of meandering,pointless talk that real people — as opposed to actors in a theatricalproduction — fill time with. This feature, a failing in many otherfilms,.is part of what makes this film work. If the film is largely withoutpointthat is only because the taking of Hill 937, the ‘Hamburger Hill’ of thetitle — was ultimately pointless (as was, in the larger sense, the entireVietnam adventure and as is, ultimately, most war itself). The brutallyrepetitive storming of Hamburger Hill that occupies the second half of thefilm, particularly from May 15 on (the assault began on May 10, 1969 andwasfinally completed ten days later), is mindnumbing. Well, you WISH that itwere mind-numbing, but your mind’s all too awake and aware, and the imagesthat fill it are horrible. This movie has some gruesome scenes and a lotofgore. Is it gratuitous? No. Well, yes, in the sense that the real-lifeequivalent is just as gratuitous and unnecessary. Is it realistic? Yes.That’s what makes it so horrible. Added to this is an extreme sense ofconfusion to the viewer that mirrors the confusion of the soldiers. Allwaris better understood after the fact, or by those who draw arrows oncampaignmaps and make the decisions at the time, and this film does not presentthebig picture at all. Again, this only places us in greater empathy withtheyoung men sent to complete an ultimately futile task. For that matter,I’mnot sure that much of the Vietnam War was even able to be accuratelycharacterized by arrows drawn on maps.

    The acting’s first-rate, in that it’s less acting — or appears thatway –than real response to an insane situation. Dylan McDermott, Steven Weber,and a couple of others look familiar to me from subsequent projects, butatthe time the entire cast was basically new to film, or close enough toit.

    An interesting feature of the film is that the NVA soldiers are shown –these are NVA regulars and not the unseen ‘Cong’ or ‘Charlie’ of otherfilms(the Viet Cong were largely a spent force after the 1968 Tet Offensive) –and the US soldiers, of the legendary 101st Airborne, have more in commonwith them than with their own commanders. Helicopter-delivered ‘friendlyfire’ only reinforces the question of who the real enemy are, as doesintrusion (via letters, a tape recording, a film crew, and personalanecdotes of men home for leave) from ‘The World,’ an America that hadturned its back on — if not spat on — the GIs stuck in Vietnam. Theblack-white, poor-privileged issue is effectively entered into severaltimes, too.

    I’ve never been in combat and was still a kid when the Vietnam war ended,but a friend of mine — who completed three tours of duty in Vietnam withthe Marines (1967-1969…lovely time to be there) — told me that it’s themost realistic Vietnam-war movie that he’d seen. He avoided seeing anymovies that would remind him of Vietnam but, in the ’80s, his young sonbegan asking him about the War and he was forced to begin dealing withthings that he had covered over and mentally put aside. ‘Processing’ theVietnam experience, as pop psychologists might say. Part of hisself-administered therapy was catching up on movies made on the topic. Hedidn’t talk to me about what he saw in combat (my grandfather wassimilarlytaciturn about his WWI experiences) but he did tell me enough about someofthe ancillary matters, like his treatment when he returned to the US, thatIwas glad that he stopped there. His film recommendations were telling,though. He dismissed the phenomenal "Apocalypse Now" as unrealistic –notsurprising, because, at heart, it is neither about Vietnam nor war — andhealso said that "Platoon" was bogus. In his experience, at least."Hamburger Hill," he said — watch Hamburger Hill and you will begin tounderstand how it was there. I’d never heard of the movie, but I watchedit– this was over a decade ago — and saw what he meant. I haven’t watchedit again until today. I wasn’t in any particular hurry, either. It’s anasty movie, but only because it was documenting a nastysituation.

    This is a movie that I always feel I have to be careful in recommending.It’s just a bit too disturbing for some, especially those who avoidviolencein movies. The fact that this is not some Charles Bronson exploitationfilmdoesn’t really matter, in that respect, and the violence in this film isfarmore real and random than in any ‘slasher’ film. I can’t believe that theUS military actually cooperated in the making of this film. What I dobelieve is that this should be required viewing for those who don’t evenblink at sending young men into war, especially for an empty cause. Whatdid the Screaming Eagles do with the hill once they’d finally seized it?They were choppered out after a while, of course. Does that make sense toyou? I hope not.

  10. jcm11360 from United States
    22 Jan 2014, 11:33 am

    There were many battles for useless real estate in Vietnam butHamburger was among those that cost the most lives and John Irvin’stelling of it on film is up there in my list of the three best filmsabout Vietnam, the other two being "Platoon" and "We Were Soldiers" Thecritics generally overlooked HH but that doesn’t change the fact thatit was great movie in my opinion and the actors, while for the mostpart unknown, did a great job. They were "believable" as grunts.Theyhad the lingo of that day down pat and their characters were wellformed by the time the movie gets to the job of taking the Hill. Thisis especially true of Courtney B.Vance who played Doc.

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