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The Godfather Collection (The Godfather / The Godfather: Part II / The Godfather: Part III)
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Throughout his long, wandering, often distinguished career Francis Ford Coppola has made many films that are good and fine, many more that are flawed but undeniably interesting, and a handful of duds that are worth viewing if only because his personality
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As blu-ray allows, the colors are most striking and vibrant, images sharper than ever. The audio track is clearest and well separated, and the menu system of the disks are unique and easier to navigate. Alas, all the extras in this disk aside, what is most vital is having the film in your home in the best possible condition, and this disk exceeds the theatrical release easily, and won't disappoint.
The Blu-ray version is very good PQ. It's what these movies needed, specially after all these years. If you're a fan of "The Godfather" movies, you should get this Blu-ray. For me "The Godfather is a movie I can watch over & over.
I have one wish. That Coppola would release in Blu-ray "The Godfather Saga". This was on tv many, many years ago...I believe on Bravo as a mini series, (before Bravo went to the trash reality shows.) It showed the story of the Godfather and Godfather 2, but in chronological order. It starts in Sicily like part 2, and takes you all the way to where Michael takes over as Godfather. I can't remember if it takes you to Las Vegas and where Michael becomes so paranoid. But IMO, it's the greatest version of the Godfather that was ever made.(This was way before Godfather part 3 was even an ideal.)
So get it and get a few cannolies to have when watching it...oh, don't forget, leave the gun, but take the cannolies!
There is some grain still on parts of the blu-ray on Godfather 1, but it is 10 times worse on the DVD so I was not upset with that. The movie is 40 years old.....only so much you can do with it, to be sure. Only thing I wasn't so impressed with was the new 5.1 sound....it was a little hollow and needed some bass. Again, 40 years old. Godfather 3 looked stunning, picture-wise, no grain at all.
Definitely worth the money if you are a fan. And I'm not sure what all this talk is about it being in 4:3 ratio. Mine was not and the format is not 2.35:1, nor is it advertised as that. It actually just says "letterboxed". But in any case, the correct ratio for these movies is 1.85:1, which fills a widescreen tv without stretching or zooming. Perhaps the tv aspect was set wrong.