I'm currently reading a book about the U.S. during the Cold War, and am at the point of the Korean War, when I was reminded of the 1982 film Inchon, a notorious bomb funded by Sun Myong Moon's Unification Church, starring Laurence Olivier as MacArthur, Ben Gazzara, Jacqueline Bisset and Richard Roundtree. I remember the ads on TV back in 1982, and reviews declaring it one of the worst movies ever made (it swept the Razzies that year)--I'd love to see it, just for the reportedly camp aspects of the thing, but it's never been released on VHS or DVD. Curious to know if anyone here has ever seen it?
"...it is the weak who are cruel, and...gentleness is only to be expected from the strong." - Leo Reston
"Cruelty might be very human, and it might be cultural, but it's not acceptable." - Jodie Foster