Posts Tagged ‘Francis Ford Coppola’
Gia Coppola (of the filmmaker family) experiences a sophomore slump with her second feature, "Mainstream," an out-of-touch satire of Internet fame that is as shallow as it is unbearable.
New Film Yap contributor Adam Aasen muses on turning Mario Puzo's trashy novel into one of the all-time GOAT films.
It stands as a poignant bookend to a hefty cinematic saga — and the film that brought Film Yapper Sam Watermeier into the world.
Vince Giordano is a consummate showman leading his band, the Nighthawks, through decades of jazz music in this fun, but superficial, documentary.
Despite its shortcomings, “Patton” is a time capsule that exhibits the 1950s studio epic aesthetic in a new 1970s style.
A production design in search of a movie, "The Great Gatsby" is a curiously bloodless adaptation of the iconic Fitzgerald novel.
Despite great moments, "The Outsiders" feels like two movies awkwardly thrown together by an auteur who was adapting to being cowed by bankers and executives.
This new Blu-Ray combo may be the best edition we'll ever have for this classic movie.