Apocalypse Now £3.97 at Amazon & Tesco (£3.37 with code) OR Apocalypse Now: Steelbook DVD £4.99 delivered at HMV - HotUKDeals
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Apocalypse Now £3.97 at Amazon (link in first post) & Tesco (£3.37 with code FTSL15-1
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Apocalypse Now: Steelbook DVD £4.99 delivered at HMV

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Francis Ford Coppola's Vietnam epic, loosely based on HEART OF DARKNESS by Joseph Conrad, tells the story of Captain Willard (Martin Sheen), a special agent sent into Cambodia to assassinate an errant American colonel (Marlon Brando). Willard is assigned a navy patrol boat operated by Chief (Albert Hall) and three hapless soldiers (Frederic Forrest, Sam Bottoms, and Larry Fishburne). They are escorted on part of their journey by an air cavalry unit led by Lt. Colonel Kilgore (Robert Duvall), a gung-ho commander with a love of Wagner, surfing, and napalm. After witnessing a surreal USO show featuring Playboy playmates and an anarchic battle with the Viet Cong at a bridge, Willard reaches Colonel Kurtz's compound. A crazed photo journalist and Kurtz groupie (Dennis Hopper) welcomes the crew, and Willard begins to question his orders to 'terminate the colonel's command.'

The gruelling production and Coppola's insistence on authenticity led to vast budget overruns and physical and emotional breakdowns, as detailed in the fascinating documentary HEARTS OF DARKNESS shot by Coppola's wife, Eleanor. Considered to be one of the best war movies of all time, APOCALYPSE NOW features incredible performances (especially those of Sheen, Brando and a then 14-year-old Fishburne) and beautifully chaotic visuals (courtesy of renowned cinematographer Vittorio Storao) that make it an absolute must-see.

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#2
I gotta stop coming onto here, way too many good DVDs for so cheap.
But then again AN is a must have part of any DVD collection.
#3
Awesome film and an awesome price. Once you have watched this see the redux version afterwards for more insight into this amazing film I watch this film at least one a year and it IS the best war film ever.
banned#4
the steelbook is much better value as its both editions on 2 disks...bought this ages ago
#5
I've got it on video (jeezus...what's that!?) and will be buying it today after hearing that Dennis Hopper (he's in this amazing film) has died.
#6
Kaje
I've got it on video (jeezus...what's that!?) and will be buying it today after hearing that Dennis Hopper (he's in this amazing film) has died.


I know! Tis sad.
Gary Coleman too... I always think they come in threes, let's hope not. :S

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