I purposely decided not to spoil much about the plot because I believe that the film is perfectly enjoyed without knowing anything in advance, and -- believe it or not -- there are still quite a lot of people who have never seen this movie. The Mafia is certainly the main focus the story revolves around despite the fact that the word is never mentioned , but although the movie never tries to forcedly insert separate subjects it contains an amount of psychological and social subtexts that cannot be overlooked. Many believe that the character of Johnny Fontane , for instance, was based on Frank Sinatra's real life, and many of the other characters were modeled after real people. . Rather it is more of a companion piece to the original and the two perfectly compliment each other. Michael almost seems to resent the fact that he is a natural born crime lord, a man who puts the family business ahead of everything. Once again the acting is flawless.
It doesn't matter what Sollozzo says, Michael is determined to put a bullet through his brain. The film expands upon the original movie and brings us into the family's activities in Nevada, Florida and Havana. Subtitle Info Updated 3 years ago Framerate 25. The film is pretty shocking in the way every death occurs almost instantaneously, and as it spans ten years so many different things happen and every minute of it is great entertainment. There's scenes that stay with you when the movies over, and you don't forget them. There are multiple scenes that manage to create an incredible tension, various twists, and although like any other masterpiece The Godfather can be watched knowing the whole story beforehand and still be a phenomenal experience, I believe it is always a pleasure to see it for the first time and enjoy its multiple climaxes.
He is cold and ruthless, with a whole contrast from the idealistic innocent war hero we initially met at the beginning of the first film. We are not watching a central character and a bunch of incomplete figures that revolve around him: although Michael Corleone is the character that gets the most screen time, everybody is the center of this world his own way. It is in a sense a voyeuristic delight, allowing us to see the mafia from the inside - we become part of the family. If you haven't seen it, what are you waiting for? Praised by many as the best cast to ever appear in an American movie, all the cast in The Godfather succeeds in portraying complex, three-dimensional characters without ever making a slip. I have seen it at least 20 times, and each time its 200 minutes fly by. Spradlin, absolutely right as the sinister and corrupt Nevada Senator; Michael V. Seeing The Godfather for the first time was the most amazing movie experiences of my life.
This movie is strong, good script, great casting, excellent acting, and over the top directing. So subtitling the dialogue would just be an unnecessary distraction; the audience doesn't need to be reading subtitles to understand what is happening in the scene, they just need to see the look in Michael's eyes, knowing what is really going through his head. The cinematography is stunning; the footage from Sicily and New York around the turn of the century and the snow scenes from the American West are beautiful and rich in detail. I've seen the movie at least 30, 40 times, and I'm still amazed at how perfect it is. Its about, family, loyalty, greed, relationships, and real life. The acting performances are outstanding, hence three supporting oscar nominations for acting guru Lee Strasberg Hyman Roth , Michael Gazzo Frank Pentangeli and Robert De Niro young Vito Corleone. He, like the viewer, also had no idea what they were saying, except he has no idea of his impending doom.
Even if the viewer does not like mafia type of movies, he or she will watch the entire film, the audiences is glued to what will happen next as the film progresses. Gazzo, unforgettable as the troubled gray-haired informer; Gastone Moschin, excellent as the blackmailer in white suit; John Cazale, marvelously timid as the vague, confused, and hesitant Fredo; Diane Keaton, clearly irrational as the long-suffering wife Kay; Talia Shire, too extravagant as the lousy mother; Troy Donahue too ambitious as the fortune-hunting suitor; and Robert Duvall excels as the confidant, and retainer to the all-powerful Corleone family. The great Don Michael Corleone can never come to terms with one simple fact. The cinematography is depressing and atmospheric. The main story is the reign of Michael Corleone as the world's most powerful criminal. As good as the direction and the story are, it would be unfair not to consider the major role that the actors' performances had in the cinematic triumph that was The Godfather. Almost every film has something that I don't like about it, but I can honestly say that I wouldn't change anything about The Godfather.
I correct rip errors as much as I can. De Niro's rise, from an orphan child by a family feud back in Italy to a hood in New York and his position as a respected Don, provides a welcome break from Pacino's relentless attitude. Kami tidak menyimpan file film tersebut di server sendiri dan kami hanya menempelkan link-link tersebut di website kami. The cinematography of The Godfather is dark and tasteful, and colors are used perfectly to give a true feel of the era it is set in. Michael briefly speaks with Sollozzo in Italian but he knows that it's just pretense; his mind is on the impending murders he intends to commit, and whether the gun will be hidden behind the toilet, etc. It single-handedly change the world's view of organized crime, and created a cast of sympathetic characters, none of whom have a shred of common morality.
The exceptional portrayals of Don Vito and Michael Corleone respectively by Marlon Brando and Al Pacino, the performances by Robert Duvall, James Caan and Diane Keaton as Tom Hagen, Santino Corleone and Kay Adams, the ruthless Virgil Sollozzo played by Al Lettieri -- as well as more than a few other roles -- are all perfect for the movie, and they all succeed in making us believe these are real people, not just actors. The Godfather Part 2 is the finest sequel ever made and is arguably a finer film than the original Godfather. I won't go into that: frankly, I have no idea whether these voices are reliable, although the Frank Sinatra reference seems obviously quite believable. Michael Corleone Al Pacino has moved the family and most of his business to Nevada. Francis Coppola recollaborated with many of the crew members of the first film and again achieves a quite superb period piece thanks to the cinematography of Gordon Willis and set design of Dean Tavoularis. The Godfather certainly doesn't need my recommendation. The Don believes that the new trend in the business, narcotics, is too dangerous and the families dealing with it would eventually end up self-destroying; while his family had deals in alcohol and gambling for a long time, part of the Government and law enforcement was ready to close one eye.
Besides, to outline such complicated characters and such an emotionally intense story in a short review like this one would be inadmissible. That's why it gets ten out of ten. Here he's a calculating and frightening force, seeking to expand casinos into Pre-Revolutionary Cuba and consolidating an empire surrounded by perfidy and treason, maintaining total confidence in his ability to control the situation whether testifying before enraging Senators or trying to outface his worst enemies. Its really a movie about 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. Diane Keaton as Michael's wife who quickly becomes disillusioned with her life with him and the lies he continues to tell her, assuring her that he is going legitimate soon; Robert Duvall as Michael's adopted brother and adviser; and Lee Strasberg as Hyman Roth all give outstanding performances; but the film really is Al Pacino's.
Spanning the years 1945 to 1955, a chronicle of the fictional Italian-American Corleone crime family. They are now cold , ruthless and unemotional and betray the price which Micheal Corleone has paid for power. However, this is 1946, times are changing, and to many of the younger people working in the crime business, Don Corleone's ideas are becoming obsolete. I wish Coppola was a redditor. Rather than concentrating on everything that is great about The Godfather, a much easier way for me to judge its quality is on what is bad about it. The film, breathtaking in its scope and tragic grandeur, shows two parallel stories extending two different time periods: the early career of young Vito Corleone seen first around the turn of the 20th century in Sicily, and then in 1917, building his criminal underworld in the Italian ghettos of New York City, post World War I, plus that of his son, Michael Al Pacino desperately trying to keep his family together. Don Corleone is a powerful man, and it was not without the use of violence that he achieved this position during the course of his life.