9 thoughts on “ Biloxi Blues

  1. Mar 25,  · Directed by Mike Nichols. With Matthew Broderick, Christopher Walken, Matt Mulhern, Corey Parker. A group of young recruits go through boot camp during the Second World War in Biloxi, Mississippi. From the play by Neil Simon/10(K).
  2. Oct 01,  · Audience Reviews for Biloxi Blues. Nov 19, Another corny adaption of a Neil Simon play. It is horribly acted by Matthew Broderick, who cannot act 78%.
  3. Biloxi Blues () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
  4. Biloxi Blues is one of Neil Simon's most moving comedies. The famous Simon one-liners are built into the play in the person of Eugene Jerome (played by Matthew Broderick as a thinly disguised Simon himself), whose voice-over narration is that of a comic writer looking back on the often excruciating experience of boot camp just before the end of World War hydmarepenrieli.luegoberechecktinjoaschelmiclochawolf.co: Comedy.
  5. Biloxi Blues is one of Neil Simon's most moving comedies. The famous Simon one-liners are built into the play in the person of Eugene Jerome (played by Matthew Broderick as a thinly disguised Simon himself), whose voice-over narration is that of a comic writer looking back on the often excruciating experience of boot camp just before the end of World War II/5().
  6. “Biloxi Blues” may indeed be based on memories from Neil Simon’s experiences in basic training during World War II, but it seems equally based on every movie ever made about basic training, and it suffers by comparison with most of them. The movie Mike Nichols has directed from the play is pale, shallow, unconvincing and predictable, and tells us less about the characters than we already.
  7. Synopsis. Part of Neil Simon's Eugene trilogy, Biloxi Blues centers on the experiences of a young army recruit, Eugene Morris Jerome, during World War II. At basic training in Biloxi, Mississippi, Eugene is determined to use his army experiences to help his writing .
  8. Oct 14,  · Opening scenes of the movie Biloxi Blues - Song "How High The Moon", is a cover (best ever), in downtempo by Pat Suzuki,
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