Mario Puzo's The Godfather Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone
Dug this! Did not expect the slow burn cosmic horror from what was marketed as a modern pop horror flick.
Honestly surprised it was produced by a major studio, but I suppose that's why it was lost in the shuffle of the merger and dumped during the pandemic. Glad it has found an audience now though.
THIS was an interesting read.
Couldn't have picked a better movie to return to theaters. Beautiful and heartwarming (even if it tears at the heartstrings at times) with an outstanding cast. Loved the cinematography too.
Would've certainly been in the top 10 favorites from last year had I witnessed it in 2020, but I'm glad I held out so that I could experience it on the big screen.