44. Apocalypse Now (Francis Ford Coppola, 1979)
I still haven’t watched the 4 hour version, and perhaps I should but I can’t bring myself to drop 10 bucks on the 2-Disc Special Edition.
I like the film and have seen it several times, but not in the past 3 or four years or so. I am not sure if it works as a story, but there is a ton of compelling stuff, and a lot of memorable scenes.
Here’s a couple I like…
And a father and son reunited:
And a startling realization about the horrors of war:
Man I really need to watch that movie again.
On filmaffinity.com I gave the film an 8/10.