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Apocalypse Now is a 1979 American epic war film set during the Vietnam War, directed and produced by Francis Ford Coppola and starring Marlon Brando, Robert Duvall, and Martin Sheen. The central character is US Army special operations officer Captain Benjamin L. Willard (Sheen), of MACV-SOG, an assassin sent to kill the renegade and presumed insane Special Forces Colonel Walter E. Kurtz (Brando).
The screenplay by John Milius and Coppola came from Milius's idea of adapting Joseph Conrad's novella Heart of Darkness into the Vietnam War era. It also draws from Michael Herr's Dispatches, the film version of Conrad's Lord Jim (which shares the same character of Marlow with Heart of Darkness), and Werner Herzog's Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972). The film drew attention for its lengthy and troubled production. Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse documented Brando's showing up on the set overweight, Sheen's heart attack, and extreme weather destroying several expensive sets. The film's release was postponed several times while Coppola edited millions of feet of footage.
On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, Apocalypse Now has a 99% "Certified Fresh" rating and was
Apocalypse Now Redux is a 2001 extended version of Francis Ford Coppola's epic war film Apocalypse Now, which was originally released in 1979.
The film adds 49 minutes of all-new material, and represents a significant re-edit of the original release. The film came into production when Coppola concluded that his original cut was tame by today's standards. Coppola, along with editor/long-time collaborator Walter Murch, then added several scenes that enhanced the surrealism in the original story.
The film contains several newly added sequences and alterations to the original film:
Francis Ford Coppola began production on the new cut with working-partner Kim Aubry. Coppola then tried to get Murch, who was reluctant at first. He thought it would be extremely difficult recutting a film which had taken two years to edit originally. He later changed his mind (after working on the reconstruction of Orson Welles' Touch of Evil). Coppola and Murch then examined several of the rough prints and dailies for the film. It was decided early on the editing of the film would be like editing a new film altogether. One such example was the new French Plantation sequence. The scenes were greatly edited
Bruce's Fist of Vengeance is a 1984 Bruceploitation martial arts movie from the Philippines starring notorious Bruce Lee imitator Bruce Le.
This film is considered one of Bruce Le's lesser efforts. Mark Pollard of KungFuCinema.com gives the film zero stars out of five, and writes:
"Craptastic doesn't begin to describe just how bad Bruce's Fist of Vengeance really is. Congratulations if you're reading this, because you just found a review for one of the worst kung fu movies ever filmed...The kung fu is crap, the story is crap, the production values are crap... let's skip to the good stuff. Where else will you see Bruce Le begin a tournament fight wearing white pants, suddenly change to black pants in mid-battle, and end the fight back in his white pants?...A sure sign a movie is going nowhere fast is when approximately ten to fifteen minutes of screen time is spent filming real cock fights. That's right kids, highly illegal and highly inhumane, but nothing endears a screen hero like Bruce Le to his audience more than having him taking his girlfriend to the cockfights to place bets and generally have a grand old time as the birds peck each other's eyes out. If it were not so
Equalizer 2000, also known as Defender 2000, is a 1986 action movie, filmed in the Philippines, featuring an appearance by Robert Patrick. The film is best described as one of the many Mad Max ripoffs which were prevalent in the mid-1980s.
In post-nuclear Alaska, a fascist group ("The Ownership") battles rebels in hopes of possessing a massive weapon—the "Equalizer 2000" of the title.