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The Godfather Appreciation Thread

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Jackson, May 4, 2003.

  1. Jackson

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    The Godfather Appreciation Thread

    Discussion started by Jackson - May 4, 2003

    The greatest two movies ever? I think so, the third was the worst tho but it is easily ignored...

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    sneak - Replied May 4, 2003

    i thought the book was much better than the film. the film missed out a lot...

    bump for still being fucking classics...
     
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    swif1 - Replied May 5, 2003

    i still haven't watched it.
     
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    Best movies ever..............
     
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    shaolinmasta - Replied May 5, 2003

    yeah mad films, mad actors (Al Pacino, Robert DeNiro etc.), mad italian mafia underground strength like what, it was only the drugs which fucked em up, drink alcohol say no to mind altering substances and you can be a real menace.


    Scarface also a top movie
    just watched Dog Day Afternoon it's allright but he's a fag in it which kinda fucks it up based on a true story though shit
     
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    KING BLING - Replied May 5, 2003

    I just got through the first season of the Sapronos on DVD, I'm addicted


    additionally if you are into these types of movies see

    Once Upon a Time in America

    Starring: Robert De Niro, James Woods, Elizabeth McGovern, Treat Williams, Tuesday Weld, Joe Pesci, Burt Young, Danny Aiello, William Forsythe

    Directed by: Sergio Leone

    From Sergio Leone comes an immense saga which spans four decades in the lives of Jewish gangsters in New York's Lower East Side, starring Robert De Niro, James Woods and Joe Pesci. Leone's commanding epic traces the destinies of four men from childhood on the streets through their violent rise to power and maturity during Prohibition as fully fledged hoods. De Niro is magnificent as "Noodles" Aaronson, one of the four, forced by murder and betrayal to flee New York in 1933. When he is mysteriously summoned back in 1968, he discovers that the tragic and bloody events surrounding his betrayal are not as they once seemed...




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    oldenglish - Replied May 5, 2003

    Once Upon A Time In America is hard.

    Casino and Goodfellas are my favorites.

    Pulp Fiction as well.
     
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    KING BLING - Replied May 5, 2003

    you just got bling points for having seen this movie....in fact I just took a shot of whiskey in your name.

    Bling
     
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    My Italian Uncle showed it to me when i was visiting in third grade or so.
     
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    8 heads in a duffel bag was better
     
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    sneak - Replied May 5, 2003

    prettyy much my favourite film of all time.
     
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    one of my favorites despite growing up going to the "mafia prep" school.
     
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    JimmieWalker - Replied May 5, 2003

    I'v never seen any of them. My girl coulden't believe it so she is makeing me watch all of them one right after the other ,one of these weekends.
     
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    Weapon X - Replied May 5, 2003

    damn good movie and damn good book. Puzo shines in Godfather. I've read it maybe five times, and I will read it many more times if I grow to be old.
     
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