Godfather Coda continues Michael Corleone's attempt to make right in a corrupt world, and this recut edition betters the maligned original.
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An exemplary sequel that betters the original, Godfather: Part II's exquisite characterization explores America's place in international crime through a young Corleone's eyes.
The Godfather realizes post-war America through 1970s fatalism, destroying the idea of domestic perfectionism.
Tighter and faster, Francis Ford Coppola's reedit makes Godfather Coda a better movie and stronger finish to the trilogy, if still an imperfect one.
Goin’ Clubbing Book Club unlikely played well internationally, for no other than reason than trying to sell the distinctly puritan approach to sex in the west. Candice Bergen shouts …
Thank you Sigourney Weaver Coveting Finding Nemo’s message of self-assurance and empowerment, Pixar’s revisit to the ocean is comforting. Mostly, Finding Dory comes to life without significant risk, opening …
It's imperative Morning Glory carries a likeable, cute, spunky lead, because she's playing off one miserable old man.