Francis Ford Coppola Thinks "Films Shouldn't Even Be Judged Until Ten Years Have Passed"

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While "The Godfather" and "Apocalypse Now" have already certified his legendary status, Francis Ford Coppola has never been completely free of the slings and arrows of film critics. Efforts like "Jack" or even the more recent "Twixt" have seen him taken to task for the less than stellar efforts, but according to Coppola, people shouldn't be so quick to judgment.

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RetrospectRealm2461d ago

His list of 'hope for cinema' in the future is a great list. (LOL He named his daughter), but they aren't really doing anything remarkable in terms of what himself, Lucas, Scorcese, Spielberg, and Film School 70s Era guys did. Maybe we'll get another master draft class in the years to come?

StarWarsFan2461d ago

Ten years after? Where would the fun in that be.

aDDicteD2461d ago

some films can age better than others and that defines a classic film. i understand what he is trying to say, i somehow agree because some films that we consider a masterpiece now was not really a big thing when it was initially release, movies such as the thing or fight club etc. and there are films that are good initially but after some time it wont look as good as it was.