There are two types of people in this world: Those who have never seen The Godfather and those who have seen it too many times to count. Tonight brings heaven on earth for both types, as Central Cinema screens Coppola’s inexhaustible masterwork in a room where people bring beer and popcorn to your table. Gawk in amazement as Mario Puzo’s relentlessly trashy novel of mob life is transformed into one of the richest films ever made. Starring baby Al Pacino, icon Marlon Brando, miscast Diane Keaton, and a horse head or two. (Central Cinema, 1411 21st Ave,, 7 pm, $6 adv/$8 DOS, all ages)