Ad Astra, which roughly translates as “through hardships to the stars” is the type of serious-minded sci fi epic that is rare in an era of movies glutted with superhero franchises or Star Wars and Star Trek reboots.
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Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse Now is one of cinema’s most acclaimed features, and whether you saw the original cut or the Redux version, the 40th anniversary 4K Ultra HD release should be the end all and be all. Why? Well, Coppola says in the intro to the Apocalypse Now Final Cut trailer that this version is the one he prefers.
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In celebration of its 40th anniversary, Apocalypse Now underwent a 4K Restoration and it’s headed for theaters August 15. On August 27, Lionsgate will releases the newly restored Apocalypse Now Final Cut on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack (4K disc, three Blu-ray discs, and Digital copy) and Digital 4K Ultra HD.
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I really loved director/writer James Gunn’s (Guardians of the Galaxy) take on the vigilante superhero universe with Super, and now he’s bringing his family into the mix with Brightburn. While Super was an inspired (and heartbreaking) riff on Batman, Brightburn takes on the Superman myth head on, and the trailer is absolutely fantastic.
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I’m going full bore on my “Movie Love” segment of the site, as I ask actors/filmmakers to briefly discuss one of their favorite films. During the Puzzle interviews, Kelly Macdonald chose The Apartment and David Denman chimed in on Apocalypse Now.
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