On-Air TV Review: You Cannot Refuse the Miniseries ‘The Offer’

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CHICAGO – Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com appears on “The Morning Mess” with Dan Baker on WBGR-FM (Monroe, Wisconsin) on May 5th, reviewing the new miniseries “The Offer,” about the creation of the classic film “The Godfather,” currently streaming on Paramount+.

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Wannabe Film Producer Albert Ruddy (Miles Teller) approaches legendary movie man and head of Paramount Studios Robert Evans (Matthew Goode) and gets his first assignment … “The Godfather,” an adaptation of the bestselling book by Mario Puzo (Patrick Gallo) and to be directed by Francis Ford Coppola (Dan Fogler). In the meantime, the real New York mafia, represented by Joe Columbo (Giovanni Ribisi) wants to shut the whole thing down. How will this classic movie get made?

The Offer
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Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com reviewed “The Offer” during the Morning Mess with Dan Baker on WBGR-FM, Monroe, Wisconsin, May 5th, 2022 …

“The Offer” is currently streaming on Paramount+. Featuring Miles Teller, Matthew Goode, Dan Fogler, Juno Temple, Giovanni Ribisi, Colin Hanks and Patrick Gallo. Created by Michael Tolkin. Rated “TV-MA

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