Gulf War

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The Gulf War is a Action and Drama film directed by Steven Spielburg.

Gulf War (2001)
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Directed by Steven Spielburg
Written by 200 Monkeys on Typewriters
Starring George W. Bush, Condeleeza Rice, Saddam Hussein
Produced by J.J. Abrams
Distributed by Warner Brothers
Release date August 2, 1991
Runtime 1 hour, 30 minutes
Language English, French, Hindu, Hutt
Budget $6,100,000,000
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Plot[edit]

In a retelling of the beginning of the Iraq War (a.k.a. the Gulf War), the film shows the political tension, the sadness, and the stupidity of the war.

The film follows two leaders: George W. Bush and Saddam Hussein. Each character's background and backstory is shown, and the films constantly alternates their point-of-view.

Cast[edit]

George W. Bush as Himself Saddam Hussein as Himself Elizabeth Banks as Laura Bush James Cromwell as George H. W. Bush Ellen Burstyn as Barbara Bush Thandie Newton as Condoleezza Rice Ioan Gruffudd as Tony Blair Richard Dreyfuss as Dick Cheney Scott Glenn as Donald Rumsfeld Jason Ritter as Jeb Bush Noah Wyle as Donald Evans Jeffrey Wright as Colin Powell Tom Hanks as Bill Clinton John Travolta as Iraqi Soldier 1 Naveen Andrews as Iraqi Soldier 2

Production[edit]

Filming took place in Universal Studios and Washington D.C. Certain shots were filmed at Nevada.

During production, cast members noticed strange supernatural events, similar to the events during production of The Omen. This may be because of the filming location, which is only 666 meters away from Area 51

Special Effects done by Industrial Light and Magic

Reception[edit]

The film recieved mixed reviews. Rotten Tomato gave the film a 3 out of 100 points, while FOX gave the film 5/5. The film grossed around $40,000,000.

Iraq banned the film due to the negative representation of Saddam Hussein.

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