Documentary that chronicles how Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now (1979) was plagued by extraordinary script, shooting, budget, and casting problems--nearly destroying the life and career of the celebrated director.
Cyborg law enforcer RoboCop protects the citizens of Detroit by taking on a powerful drug syndicate, while a renegade OCP executive tries to create a new, superior RoboCop using a crime lord as its subject.
This may have been the benchmark of all the Flash-animated film parodies on the Internet (although Flash nor the Internet did not exist back in 1987), but it still is terrible. Made in 1987, this is made by a nerd who matched up random Winnie-the-Pooh scenes with dialogue from Apocalypse Now. Nothing more, nothing less. Also, the video quality was terrible, as if this was bootlegged, home-recorded or something like that. I don't recommend this to people who like animated Internet film parodies such as "One Ring to Rule Them All" or "The Matrix Has You", as all this is is dialogue from one movie thrown into Pooh cartoons. This is interesting for those who want to see the primordial soup from where Internet film-based cartoons came from, although "Apocalypse Pooh" was not made through the Internet (you can see it on IFILM). Not recommended for kids because of "S___" thrown in a couple times. The only interesting part is the "Satisfaction" scene matched with Pooh getting carried away by the kite.
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