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Apocalypse Now is a masterpiece of antiwar movie lines, is considered one of the most creative peak of director Francis Ford Coppola. The movie replayed the devastating war of the US military in Vietnam and the underlying causes that the US military were collapsed.
The restored footage, nearly an hour of it, has at once bloated and diluted the work we've known and half-loved, undercutting its still-astonishing strengths while making its flaws leap out with unprecedented clarity.
August 10, 2001
Packs every bit the wallop it did when it was new.
September 21, 2001
Redux doesn't redefine Apocalypse Now -- rather, it adds archival material. But it's terrific to see the film back in theaters.