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Faithful to the text - The Godfather

By Imtiyala Jamir

Forty three years ago, The Godfather was released to movie audiences. Both Mario Puzo’s novel about the life of the Corleone family and the subsequent films directed by Francis Ford Coppola have been subject to much discussion. 1,735 more words


Godfather Duties

Our sweet little LincE Pie is lucky enough to have his uncle Benny also be his Godfather and Marlon Brando has nothing on this Godfather. But much like asking Vito Corleone to be the Godfather, certain favors come with the territory. 301 more words

Memories are made of this... 1972 - Black Outs, Brown Sugar and Dodgy Wigs

I am just about to turn 18 in the February and things were challenging on the work front as we tried to overcome the effects of one of the most serious events in our social history after the war. 1,223 more words


Film Friday: Favourite 1970’s Film

Another Friday, another film, here we go! Now the seventies is the hardest decade yet. On the back end of the Vietnam war America produced some amazing WW2 films, and Western films. 722 more words


Speak Softly, Love...Again

“And can it be that in a world so full and busy the loss of one creature makes a void so wide and deep that nothing but the width and depth of eternity can fill it up!” (Charles Dickens, 1812-1870)

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Leave Polonius, Take The Cannoli

Regarding the new production of Hamlet at the Barbican in London, Ben Brantley of the New York Times was surprisingly dismissive of the supporting cast… 339 more words

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Take Out One Tiny Thing and The Godfather Part II Would Be Rated PG

The Godfather has plenty of brutal scenes, from the man who finds a severed horse’s head in his bed to another man being strangled to death and yet another man being shot over and over by a seemingly unending barrage of bullets. 1,111 more words