This new series, “For Your (Re)Consideration,” is something I’ve been wanting to do for a while, in order to take a look at older pieces – books, music, movies – that either have been maligned, or have become classic to the point of ignoring. What I mean is, there are works that everyone hates because you’re supposed to hate them, but is it warranted? Then there are works that are so obvious – Pink Floyd’s The Wall, or The Catcher in the Rye, that we just know are great and classic that we never actually enjoy because it’s too obvious, or we think we’re over-exposed. I thought it might be interesting to revisit some of them. In other words, I’m going to review old things. I hope you’ll come with me. We’ll start with little loved The Godfather, Part III.
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