2 hr 45 min

Episode #24 - "The Godfather" (1972‪)‬ Final Review

    • TV & Film

Final Review makes an offer you can’t refuse. For the last three weeks, we have covered three of our very favorite Best Picture winners. This is part three of the series.
This week we leave the gun and take the cannoli’s for a discussion of one of the greatest movies ever made, The Godfather. Oz and Claudio explore the greatness of director Francis Ford Coppola and struggle with contextualizing just how good Pacino’s and Brando’s performances are. The Godfather marks the third part of a three week effort to answer the question “what are the greatest Best Picture winners of all time?”
"It's a Sicilian message. It means Luca Brasi sleeps with the fishes."
CATEGORIES THIS WEEK:
Francis Ford Coppola
Marlon Brando
Al Pacino
James Caan
Robert Duvall
Mob Movies
Breaking Bad Movies (a character falls to the dark side)
1972
1970s
Best Picture Winners
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Final Review makes an offer you can’t refuse. For the last three weeks, we have covered three of our very favorite Best Picture winners. This is part three of the series.
This week we leave the gun and take the cannoli’s for a discussion of one of the greatest movies ever made, The Godfather. Oz and Claudio explore the greatness of director Francis Ford Coppola and struggle with contextualizing just how good Pacino’s and Brando’s performances are. The Godfather marks the third part of a three week effort to answer the question “what are the greatest Best Picture winners of all time?”
"It's a Sicilian message. It means Luca Brasi sleeps with the fishes."
CATEGORIES THIS WEEK:
Francis Ford Coppola
Marlon Brando
Al Pacino
James Caan
Robert Duvall
Mob Movies
Breaking Bad Movies (a character falls to the dark side)
1972
1970s
Best Picture Winners
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

2 hr 45 min

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