Mon, 21 March 2022
Revisit 50 years of The Godfather as Enjoy Stuff looks back at one of the most iconic pieces of storytelling in cinematic history. Learn about the history and why it is considered such a masterpiece.
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What we’re Enjoying
Shua spent almost a week enjoying musicals, including the broadway smash, ‘Hamilton’. But what really made an impact is watching his daughter in her High School musical ‘Newsies’. Her school presented a performance that was every bit as good as broadway. Jay checked out the newest Ryan Reynolds movie ‘The Adam Project’. A fun romp with lots of nods to cool pop culture stuff for the whole family.
Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout
Be sure to check out Jay’s articles on Retrozap.com. Sci-Fi Saturdays looks at a Dolph Lundgren classic called “I Come in Peace” and an 80’s giant robot popcorn flick called “Robot Jox”. And now that “Spider-Man: No Way Home” is streaming, check out some new locations from that film on MCU Location Scout.
In the 60s, movies looked and felt quite a bit different due to Hollywood’s Hays Code. But as the 70’s neared and a rating system was established, filmmakers gained some freedom to explore the art of cinema. In 1972 Francis Ford Coppola and Mario Puzo jumped at the opportunity to bring the vision of The Godfather to the world.
Debuting on March 24, this mobster movie set the groundwork for this genre that few films have been able to capture to this day. The pacing, thematic elements, and complex character development flowed together in a new way.
This year we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the classic by looking at the whole trilogy and discussing how it came about, why it’s so respected, and new ways you can experience the world of the Corleones.
Are you a fan of the Godfather movies? What do you think? Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org