By David Jenkins
Francis Ford Coppola’s magnum opus gets a big screen outing, see it if only to be able to understand The Simpsons better.
By Matt Bochenski
A jaw-dropping spectacle and brain-melting existential nightmare, Francis Ford Coppola’s Vietnam opus is touched by genius.
Tetro may echo the themes of Francis Ford Coppola’s past masterpieces, but this is the return of an artist, not a legend.
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