Listen: Coppola, Pacino And Spielberg discussed on The Rewatchables
"Be Coppola because he basically sets a course a new course for his whole career. I mean, he's he's the person who is primarily responsible for the most important movie in American history. He is instantaneously considered a master of the form he manages to weather his debt his ineptitude as a manager. He. Literally turned like a trashy novel into the highest artform possible. So like, oh Coppola he gets like an eight year old than Spielberg comes exactly pretty much. And he he sets the table for kind of new Hollywood in a big way, even more. So than stuff like easy rider, where easy rider did a great job of like creating a narrative, but this counterculture, though, the big business nature of Alzheimer's getting a chance to make movies like this like this really really kicks off. There is no Spielberg without this. I have to agree with him. Because I don't think you can do Pacino knowing what happens next. You know what I mean? And. I think it's Coppola. I was thinking Willis. But I don't wanna get cute. I think it's Coppola. I don't know. I'm torn on it because. I think you could make a real case for Pacino. 'cause I can't imagine anybody else on the part. He transforms. Yeah. And it's such a hard roll in the fact that they're trying to fire him. And it's like, we know all the other actors who are available nineteen seventy two. I don't think they would have taken a chance deniro in that role. I think he's the only other one could pull it off like with the complexities of it. And then they had the ability to kind of grow godfather to. But I think you're right with the Coppola thing because nobody ever made a movie like this. And he was the guy that did it. I think there might be a small Bob Evans like best supporting when the active. There's a case there's definitely a case. Just because this was the biggest producing triumph is it not saying Brinda, I think even if he never made this movie he still has three card on the waterfront, and you can make the case that it didn't really like re it revived his career. But I don't think it redefined his career. But I'm saying within the specific. Within this movie who won the actual movie. I don't walk away from the movie thing, he'll Brando I'll walk away thinking about chino. Yeah. And James Caan, and as you know, the closing of the door on the move. Yeah. Is that is one of the maybe? Every time you watch. It you experience it for the first time again, and you end where ends you're drifting around thinking about so great when you put the oranges. Yeah. In what age the best? I forgot to mention the score. Which obviously incredible talking about at some point in the ending the the door closing how they did that I was wonder like how they thought of that idea who thought of it and then them probably filming it going. Yeah. That worked good cut. You know, it's and then Al coming in. There's it's so good. It's such a perfect visual representation of what the whole stories about which is who's in and who's out who's up and who's down and K is always going to be on the outside. She's never going to be really in the family. She's never really going to have access to which he needs access to how long has she been back when that happens. I mean, they've got the kid. Susan threes for the next ten years. Worried about wrestling. Russell the Celtics that seeing the ending so good that makes you forget how bad Talia Shire is in the three minutes before tough."