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REVIEW: The Godfather Part III (1990)

1990, Paramount Pictures

Director:
Francis Ford Coppola
Producer:
Francis Ford Coppola
Writers:
Mario Puzo (original novel and screenplay)
Francis Ford Coppola (screenplay) 756 more words

American Films

REVIEW: The Godfather (1972)

1972, Paramount Pictures

Director:
Francis Ford Coppola
Producer:
Albert S. Ruddy
Writers:
Mario Puzo (original novel and screenplay)
Francis Ford Coppola (screenplay) 779 more words

American Films

Insomnia (2002)

“You and I share a secret. We know how easy it is to kill somebody.” – Robin Williams as Walter Finch

As I come to understand it, calling Christopher Nolan’s film a remake of the Norwegian thriller of the same name starring Stellan Skarsgaard is not exactly fair. 629 more words

Drama

Al Pacino

I was recently at an event with Al Pacino, who in an intimate setting shares the stage and his ideas on “Building a Brand ” with business entrepreneurs and rising stars from all over the world. 848 more words

Al Pacino, 'our greatest actor now,' was nearly fired from The Godfather, and the rest is history

On this, almost everyone was agreed: Al Pacino was looking like a disaster as Michael Corleone.

Shooting had begun in early 1971. Pacino recalls the Paramount suits looking at the rushes and saying: “What the hell is this kid doing? 2,556 more words

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The Godfather (1972)

The Godfather is a 1972 American crime drama directed by Francis Ford Coppola and produced by Albert S. Ruddy, based on Mario Puzo‘s best-selling novel of the same name. 44 more words

Al Pacino