Jak-Luke Sharp’s review published on Letterboxd:
Masters of Cinema. Blu-Ray
"If you're going to lead people, you have to have somewhere to go"
Coppola's film is incredibly on the nose throughout and in doing so it's unfortunately incredibly predictable and clear. The cinematography and production look fantastic and packed with a young cast who are fantastic, it's a shame that the source material doesn't take any interesting directions. Dillion, Cage and Penn showcase their respective talents with well written characters but it's Rourke who steals the show as the subdued and conflicted character in desperate needs of reinvention.