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Based on 7 Reviews
critic reviews (7)
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  • 100
    TV Guide

    Clever camera setups, Altman's patented overlapping dialogue, wonderful sight gags and situations, and universally fine ensemble performances combine to make this one the most enjoyable war-themed films ever. show more

  • 100
    Roger Ebert Chicago Sun-Times

    We laugh, that we may not cry. But none of this philosophy comes close to the insane logic of "M*A*S*H," which is achieved through a peculiar marriage of cinematography, acting, directing, and writing. show more

  • 80

    Bitterly funny with perfect set-piece after perfect set-piece. show more

  • 100

    M.A.S.H., one of America's funniest bloody films, is also one of its bloodiest funny films. show more

  • 70
    Justin Chang Variety

    In the end M.A.S.H. succeeds, in spite of its glaring faults, because Gould, Sutherland, Skerritt, Jo Ann Pflug as the delicious Lt. Dish, and Roger Bowen, as the goof-off commanding officer who is bright enough to recognize his junior officers' medical competence and stay out of their way, are all believable and bitingly funny in their casual disdain for the Army. show more

  • 70
    Jonathan Rosenbaum Chicago Reader

    A somewhat adolescent if stylish antiauthoritarian romp about an irreverent U.S. medical unit during the Korean war show more

  • 60
    The New York Times

    Although it is impudent, bold, and often very funny, it lacks the sense of order (even in the midst of disorder) that seems the special province of successful comedy. show more

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