Frankenstein’s Monster Revisited, Or: No, Axel Rose wasn’t the first to say ‘Charlie don’t surf.’
In Francis Ford Coppola’s classic film Apocalypse Now, United States Army Captain Willard (Martin Sheen) is sent on a mission that officially does not exist, to terminate a man who shouldn’t exist: Colonel Walter Kurtz (Marlon Brando). According to General Corman, who orders the mission, Kurtz has lost his mind and is operating, “Totally beyond
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this film is relatively simple; evil exists in many shapes, sizes, and forms, yet it is not always easy to discover. Some evils are entrenched in bureaucracies, others hidden deep within humid jungles. Copploa was also trying to say that the evil which is a part of human nature lurks deep within everyone’s soul, and only under the right set of circumstances does that evil come out and take control of one’s soul.