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An Officer And A Gentleman

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An Officer and a Gentleman is a psychological emotional drama revolving around Zack Mayo, a young Navy boy. He is in trouble with the commander. GySgt Foley, a training officer, takes responsible for training and evaluation Zack. Then, Zack meets Paula, a beautiful girl. This time Zack realizes he really wants something in his life.
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Chicago Reader
Taylor Hackford's 1982 film is an awesomely, stiflingly professional piece of work, with a fleet, superficial visual style, perfectly placed climaxes, and a screenplay that doesn't waste a single character or situation.
July 31, 2013
Film4
Phenomenally successful at the time of its release, but increasingly dated-looking.
July 31, 2013
TIME Magazine
It is full of bang-on melodramatics and simple, romanticized characters with carefully supplied motivations.
July 31, 2013
Time Out
Macho, materialistic, and pro-militarist, it's an objectionable little number made all the more insidious by the way Hackford pulls the strings and turns it into a heart-chilling weepie.
January 26, 2006