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M*A*S*H review Product Description

With the release of Robert Altman's M*A*S*H in 1970, a new form of comedy was born, one that would help to forever change the face of cinema. Altman's audacious film reflected the American counterculture's growing distrust of religion and government in the late 1960s and early 1970s, resulting in one of the biggest box office smashes of its time. Introducing the techniques he would employ throughout his storied career--overlapping dialogue, a constantly moving camera with a heavy amount of zooming, and a bold combination of frank subject matter with cynical humor--Altman immediately vaulted himself to Hollywood's upper ranks.   ...See Full Description

M*A*S*H movie Customer Reviews

Average Rating:4.5 stars
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Finally Uncut
For years I have seen this movie on TV and it is always cut up so badly that you are at a loss as to what is going on sometimes. This uncut DVD was excellant and I enjoyed it immensely. Thank you
By Donna (Dartmouth, NS, Canada)
5 stars
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MASH the movie is funny and hilarious!
I think it's one of the funniest and most box-office academy award winning for best screenplay in 1970 of all-time. Donald Sutherland did a good job playing Hawkeye Pierce which was also Alan Alda's character in the TV series. My favorite classic two scenes is when Hawkeye and Frank Burns played by Robert Duvall is trying to eat his oatmeal for breakfast. While Hawkeye talks about the sexual encounter between Frank and Hot Lips Margart Houlahan (Sally Kellerman). Hawkeye gets on Frank's nerves until he keeps on talking about them in bed. Then suddenly Frank punches Hawkeye in the face. When awkeye shout out and says "Frank Has Gone Insanne Or Nuts!" And also where the entire Mash 4077 army military camp pulls up the curtain. Where Margaret is having a shower naked in the private tents. Everyone starts yelling out and clapping by saying this "BRAVO!, "BRAVO!"
By Jason Ross (Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada)
5 stars
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Best Film of 1970
I used to think that Five Easy Pieces was the best movie of 1970, but I've come to agree with everybody else that this is a more skillful, more entertaining, more resonant film, and most importantly, it stays with you. Altman's irreverant approach perfectly illustrates the sheer contemptibility of war and those who wage it, without losing sight of the horror undergone by those who fight it.
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M*A*S*H video Product Details

CD Universe Part number2245431
Studio20th Century Fox
Orig Year1970
DVD EncodingRegion 1
Release DateOct 16, 2001
RatingR (MPAA)
Also Known AsMASH; M.A.S.H
Running Time116 Minutes
Movie DetailsColor; Dolby Surround AC-3 Sound; HiFi Sound; Surround Sound; Digital Sound; Stereo Sound; CX Encoding; THX Sound; Five Star Collection

M*A*S*H DVD Features

DVD Features: 2-Disc Set Region 1 Single Side - Dual Layer Anamorphic Widescreen - 2.35 Letterbox - 2.35 Audio: Dolby Digital Stereo 2.0 - English Mono - English, French Disc 1: Additional Release Material: Featurette: AMC BACKSTORY Trailers: Original Theatrical Trailer Audio Commentary: Robert Altman - Director Text/Photo Galleries: Photo Galleries Disc 2: Additional Release Material: Featurette: 1. ENLISTED: THE STORY OF M*A*S*H 2. M*A*S*H: HISTORY THROUGH THE LENS Bonus Footage: 1. Reunion 2. Film Restoration Interactive Features: Easter Eggs: Original Portugese Theatrical Trailer

M*A*S*H Awards

Best Adapted Screenplay, Academy Awards, 1970 -  Ring Lardner, Jr.
Palme d'Or, Cannes, 1970
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