Some might associate AMC with Mad Men, but not me. It has always been its marathon showings of Francis Coppola’s The Godfather. Reports have AMC sealing a new deal that keeps it the only outlet running the trilogy runs on cable for the next 9 years. The first and second installments are those rare films, where, when I am flipping through channels, I have to stop. It doesn’t matter whether the film has just started or is nearly over. Goodfellas is another, along with Heat, Last of the Mohicans and Braveheart. Have I forgotten any?
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