The film received outstanding reviews from film critics . The website Rotten Tomatoes , which compiles critical reviews for movies, gave a rating of 90%  and the consensus: "A well-calibrated blend of manic comedy and poignant drama, Good Morning, Vietnam offers a captivating look at a wide range of Robin Williams' cinematic gifts." Both Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel of the review show Siskel and Ebert awarded the film "Two Thumbs Up", with Ebert giving the film a four out of four star review in the Chicago Sun-Times .  Richard Corliss of Time called the film "the best military comedy since M*A*S*H ", and named it one of the best films of the year. Vincent Canby of the New York Times called the film a cinematic "tour de force" and compared Williams' performance to that of "an accomplished actor".  Much of the acclaim went to Williams' performance, a role that earned him an Oscar nomination for Best Actor . 
Tren is an extremely androgenic hormone, and as a result well known for promoting androgenic side effects. Hair loss and acne in men who are predisposed are both possible. Body hair growth is also possible. If you are not genetically predisposed no amount of Tren on earth with cause these issues. The androgenic side effects of Tren are truly based on genetic response. When it comes to hair loss, if you are predisposed to male pattern baldness, meaning at some point you’re going to lose your hair regardless of steroid use , Tren is one of the fastest ways to ensure you lose your hair a little sooner.
Virilization is a serious androgenic side effect of Tren. It is very difficult for a woman to use Tren without some level of virilization and makes it a steroid that’s almost never recommended for female use.
Important Note: The 5-alpha reductase enzyme does not metabolize the Trenbolone hormone. This means 5-alpha reductase inhibitors like Finasteride will not affect the androgenicity of the hormone.
This is a compound similar to trenbolone. Unlike previous "tren" products, this one actually converts in the body to trenbolone. Previous "tren" PHs converted to the structurally similar - but markedly weaker dienolone. Conversion to trenbolone should be high, so effects should be identical to the injectable form - with the exception of the famed "tren cough". Whatever the explanation for "tren cough" (and many have been suggested), since it's a reaction to the sudden parenteral introduction of some compound directly into the body, it's highly unlikely that any orally administered compound will have the same effect.