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I’m more into books now. my old reviews suck; I wrote them when I was a teenager please stop liking them
I feel like none of us will appreciate this movie enough for the next ten or so years, and then I won't be able to watch it without crying. An dense, remarkable, reflexive film from one of my favorites, and one of the best ever. Spielberg has always been far more nuanced than people give him credit for, and this might be his most complicated, conflicted film since Munich - the divorce scene will haunt me forever.
This an example of film making at its finest. Honestly, I don't know a whole lot about the infamous production of Apocalypse Now, other than the fact that it was awful; and yet, the way the film is crafted and put together is so incredible. The troubled production probably increased the hysteria and darkness that the film conveys as it journeys into the dark hearts of men and their desires.
The film has a simple premise, US Army Captain Benjamin…