Platton The Movie Review

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No one can exactly pin what it was that made Mr. Stones "Platoon" so realistic. There are a lot of war movies several that deal with Vietnam, such as "Full Metal Jacket". That movie seemed to be very accurate, but it dealt more with the physical pain of the soldiers, rather then the mental pain. In Platoon you don't see the training, but Mr...
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In Platoon you don't see the training, but Mr. Stone still shows his viewers the harsh physical reality. He not only shows the physical pain, but he makes you see the mental trauma that these US soldiers suffered. He doesn't go as in depth into the emotional anxiety as "Apocalypse Now". That movie seemed almost too weird, almost as if they were on drugs the whole way through it...
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