An overlong, brooding film incorporating some excellent photography.
Like its main character, the movie hits the road with no final destination in mind, and the manic inventiveness that sustains the early passages becomes strained and weird by the end.
| Original Score: 3/5
As for Coppola and his world, It's difficult to say whether his film is successful or not. That's the beautiful thing about a lot of the new, experimental American directors.
| Original Score: 4/4
Coppola charts a perilous new freedom both in people's lives and in the industry
Coppola's fourth feature, a fascinating early road movie made entirely on location with a minimal crew and a constantly evolving script.
| Original Score: B
| Original Score: 4/5
There are acres of psychoanalytic material to juggle with, and Caan and Duvall are superb as the brain-damaged football player and the sex-obsessed policeman respectively.
This odd odyssey was not a hit, even though over the years it has been regarded as one of Coppola's more personal pictures and has attained a limited following.
| Original Score: 3/4