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Old 11-24-2015, 01:24 PM   #1561
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Why do you want to see it in mono? The 5.1 is from the exact same sound elements, but much better quality.
Has this been confirmed? I thought I read somewhere that some of the gun shot effects had been changed
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Old 11-27-2015, 04:20 PM   #1562
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Why do you want to see it in mono? The 5.1 is from the exact same sound elements, but much better quality.
The Godfather has a very good 5.1 mix. It's seems faithful to the original mix while expanding it into multiple speakers.

That said, the original mono should always be included. It's an integral part of the film's history, it's the only sound mix created by the film-makers at the time of making it, and many do prefer to watch films exactly how they were exhibited.
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Old 01-18-2016, 05:51 PM   #1565
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i'm still trying to figure out if i should try to sell dvd version and get bluray boxset or just get 1st 2 godfather movies since wasn't fan of part 3 btw
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i'm still trying to figure out if i should try to sell dvd version and get bluray boxset or just get 1st 2 godfather movies since wasn't fan of part 3 btw
I recommend getting the box set - the bonus features disc is full of some great stuff (including a short documentary on the restoration of the first 2 Godfather movies), and even Godfather III is worth having if only for Coppola's commentary, which is pretty fascinating. Plus, the box set is pretty reasonably priced. I was no fan of Godfather III and I'm very glad I bought the box set, no regrets at all.
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Old 01-19-2016, 12:31 AM   #1567
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Also, I always encourage people to give Part III another chance if they only saw it once. My opinion of it has gotten much better after several viewings.
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I'm not a fan of Part III by any stretch but I give it a watch every few years all the same. It definitely has its moments and who knows, maybe one of these days something will click.

I mean, I have been saying that for like twenty years so I'm not totally loving those odds but who knows.

But yeah, another vote for the set instead of I & II individuals.
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Highly doubt anything new here.

The chronological version has been out for a few years...I suspect they took this one and spliced in the deleted scenes.
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Highly doubt anything new here.

The chronological version has been out for a few years...I suspect they took this one and spliced in the deleted scenes.
Incorrect.
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Old 01-22-2016, 10:41 PM   #1571
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The first time I ever saw the first two films, someone at the cinema had had the bright idea of putting them on as a double feature. We, all unsuspecting, didn't know the running times when we rocked up for a session starting at 9:00 p.m. or thereabouts (necessary because of the ratings, I suspect). And when the lights came up for a second time, and we realised that a) it was only the Intermission of the second film, and that there was an unknown length of time still to go, and that b) it was already well after 1 in the morning ... almost everyone groaned and most of the audience gave up and went home.

I stuck it out, but it wasn't fair to either film. It took me another couple of times seeing them both before I could shake that feeling that they went on forever.
My girlfriend had taped the TV showing of the Saga. We started watching it one night about 10pm to have something to view. I was so into the film, that I stayed up all night watching it. She, otoh, bailed after 2 hours... That will always be my preferred way of watching the Godfather, in chronological order.

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