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December 7th, 2011 · 3 Comments

One of the recent Sundays, I watched the movie, Godfather. I first watched the second half on TV, and then the first half on DVD! Quite an amazing movie. I had read the book many years ago. It all comes so alive on the screen.

The defining scene which had even struck in memory even when I had read the book was when Michael Corleone takes on the challenge and kills the two people in the restaurant. In that one instant, his life changes completely.

I tried watching Godfather II, but gave up about a third of the way through the movie. It was getting way too complicated for me. Even with help from the Wikpedia page which tells the story in detail, I could not sustain interest in the movie.

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  • 1 Statspotting // Dec 7, 2011 at 9:08 am

    Generally when a book is made into a movie the book is better than the movie

  • 2 yayaver // Dec 7, 2011 at 1:35 pm

    People often groan about Hollywood destroy the spirit of the novel in making. There are cases where adaptations outshine the original literary works from which they are derived.


  • 3 Saravanan V // Dec 7, 2011 at 1:41 pm

    one of the best !! i remember watching all the three parts back to back on the same day right after finishing the book..

    fantastic movie making of course..

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