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Al Pacino thought his 'Godfather' Michael Corleone casting was a practical joke

Try to imagine anyone else in the role of Michael Corleone in the Godfather trilogy other than Al Pacino. Impossible.

Pacino tells USA TODAY that he imagined… 281 more words


Film Review: Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)

Anyone familiar with Francis Ford Coppola’s work will know that his 70s films, despite their frequently violent subject matter, were often characterized by marvelous restraint. Thus, it is fascinating to observe how the man changed as his career progressed. 1,302 more words

Film Reviews

3.8.2015 One From The Heart

Still can’t believe more people don’t love this movie.

3.8.2015 The Rain People

When I first saw this it seemed like a revelation. It is still pretty great, but the over-wrought music and repetitive narrative hurts it a little. 23 more words

Clownhouse (1989)

Sorry, I died there for a month and a half…

Directed by Victor Salva

Like most kids from my generation who grew up hearing stories of John Wayne Gacy, or having seen Tommy Lee Wallace’s sterling two-part adaptation of Stephen King’s… 1,456 more words


Francis Ford Coppola Interview

San Francisco bay area has a rich history of filmmaking. The tradition goes all the way to the early 20thc when Niles Canyon near Fremont was home to the… 174 more words


Das Reboot - Film Opinion - Bram Stoker's Dracula

For Das Reboot day, reviewer Katie Young rises from the grave to take a look at Francis Ford Coppola’s 90s take on Bram Stoker’s Dracula… 1,123 more words