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The Godfather

1972 . Drama, Crime . 2h 55m

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About the movie

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Spanning the years 1945 to 1955, a chronicle of the fictional Italian-American Corleone crime family. When organized crime family patriarch, Vito Corleone barely survives an attempt on his life, his youngest son, Michael steps in to take care of the would-be killers, launching a campaign of bloody revenge.

Actors:

Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan, Robert Duvall, Richard S. Castellano

Director:

Francis Ford Coppola

Rated:

R

Writer:

Mario Puzo, Francis Ford Coppola

Language:

English, Italiano, Latin

Release:

14 Mar 1972

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Reviews

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sujith kumar

2 months ago

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This is a 10/10 for me. One of the best mob movies out there and the cast took it to another level with their amazing performances.

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Logan Harrington image

2 months ago

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Now I finally understand why this film is so beloved by many (including myself)! What a TERRIFIC film. I don’t know where to start in this review honestly. The score is a wonderful accompaniment to the stories that exist in this film. The acting is some of the greatest I’ve ever seen. My favorite scene was definitely the meeting between the heads of the families. That scene was absolutely breathtaking. Cannot wait to watch the sequels to this film in due time!

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Siddhesh Tiwari

5 months ago

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Perfection... Best gangster movie ever made it nails basics like excellent plot , great screenplay , fantastic direction and finest characters... Many movies are inspired by this legendary content

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Satvik Reddy

5 months ago

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Vito Corleone played by marlon Brandon is incredibly well written.....and the acting by marlon is just peaks......and al Pacino as usual killed it in this too.......

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Angelo Clausner

5 months ago

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An offer you can’t refuse. Here we have the titan of all gangster films: The Godfather (1972). Quite frankly, it’s probably one of the most perfect films you will ever see. There is no debating that. The movie is a timeless masterclass in filmmaking and an an inspiration to any person wanting to get their start in the movie business, whether they be an aspiring actor, director, screenwriter, or producer. It’s more than likely been studied by almost every film school and class in the world, if not across the nation since its release. If you haven’t seen it at all, you’re most certainly missing out on a absolutely stunning work. One cannot deny that there are many quotable lines, fascinatingly made scenes, superb casting, and legendary script. This film is, in my view, the single most quotable film in cinematic history. Above all these grand components for this movie, the acting is simply amazing. Marlon Brando, the key player in this film, is able to bring his career back into the spotlight... and in iconic fashion at that. The timeless scenes often include Marlin Brando’s iconic character of Vito Corleone. A simply breathtaking portrayal, his performance is not a cliché one and brings forth a prominent sense of realism, subtlety, and downright suaveness. Al Pacino, in his spotlight role in years, is on the same level of perfection in this movie. His character and portrayal of Michael Corleone is so full of depth that as the film progresses, one is stunningly shown his inner-battles, thoughts, and psychological and physical connections with family, friends, and enemies. Simply put, the casting is balanced greatly throughout. The rest of the cast? Icing on a delicious cake. Dialogue and points made in every scene in the film are not only quotable, phenomenal and breathtaking, but symbolic and meaningful. To add, there are countless “Easter eggs” in this memorable classic film that one is destined to find something new in every new watch. The Godfather’s realism, as mentioned, will never be equaled and is as real a film as you will ever see. A simply marvelous film experience. One you will have a permanent residence in your heart, mind, and inner soul. Bravo, Mr. Francis Ford Coppola. Forever know that you’ve made one of the greatest films of our, or any lifetime that we will eternally treasure.

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Saran Prasanth

7 months ago

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First off, for those first-time viewers of the film in 2019, it clocks in on the long-side of things, & it's kind of slow-moving. ( I fell asleep twice.) There was nothing like it before it's releash, it broke with gangster-film tradition & set-in new rules for the genre, & Hollywood films in general. It introduced Al Pacino, Diane Keaton, & Robert Duvall to a wide-audience, reinvented Marlon Brando in one of his definitive roles. ( although I understand he didn't even bother to learn the script, but had his dialogue pasted all over whichever scene he was in.) And, it introduced Francis Ford Coppola, as one of the 1970's eminent Directors. "Goodfellas ', is a better mob-movie in my opinion, but this is the one that broke the mold. With memorable dialogue ( "Lose the gun, keep the canoli". / Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday ",) & iconic rub-out's, & with Pacino giving one of screen-histories great depictions of a man losing his soul, The Godfather", remains one of the greatest films ever produced.

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Janosch Feser

7 months ago

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Auch für Personen, die nicht so interessiert an Mafia- und Gangsterfilmen sind, ein Klassiker. Auch noch nach so langer Zeit finde ich ihn als junger Erwachsener wirklich aufregend.

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Giang Giảo

9 months ago

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Somehow it's not that dark being in a mafia world. They don't make deals just for money. They consider valuable human traits too. Loyalty is number one and it's a death sentence to anyone breaking it. I like this part the most among the 3 because it shows Mikey and his father transformation. Music is a plus to set the vibe.

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Gabriel G money

1 year ago

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One of the greatest Mafia movies of all time in my opinion the acters just naild it I could rewatch this movie many times I recamede it

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Raf Ayes

1 week ago

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I'll give you an offer you can't refuse. Watch this trilogy and be entertained.

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Rohith Charan

1 month ago

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Iconic movie. alpacino and Brando kills it

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Anil _

2 months ago

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Fantastic mob movie, the character development of Michael is bloody awesome!

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Jack Tatryan

2 months ago

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Incredible story with near perfect performances.

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Sam Arnold

4 months ago

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8.5..love it but I think I enjoy the things its inspired more. French and Saunders ruined it a bit

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Ben Leggatt

4 months ago

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Slow to begin, but a fantastic movie by the end!

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