I like good movies.
I already didn't like Nolan, but, wow.
The big ass elephant in the room was the sound, I didn't mind the music, but it was the fact that everyone was mumbling really pissed me off. Did no one notice this, or could they not get everybody in to record new tracks? It was laughable in some scenes how unintelligible the dialogue was. It's like the nightclub scene in 'Trainspotting' but the whole movie.
The visuals were disappointing as hell. Nolan…
Yeah the movie was alright, but that music.
It starts off straight away with this pulsing synth music, which is just butter to my earholes. The first half is dominated by that nice ass score but the second half takes the cake. It begins with 'What A Difference A Day Makes' which is just a perfect fit, then it his us with 'California Dreaming'.
But Wong Kar-wai worked out the one thing that is better than playing 'California Dreaming' once, playing it 12 times in a row.
Sollozzo is an underrated villain, the little eye twitches that he does are brilliant.
James Caan's performance is also underrated.
'I don't want my brother coming out of that toilet with just his dick in his hands, alright?'
Another little moment which is amazing is when Mama Corleone says to Sonny 'Don't Interfere' after Sonny told Carlo to not tell Connie to shut up. This was a great moment because it shows Sonny's weakness, what eventually led to his death,…