Thanks for the memories!
Memorable, crazy movie
It's entirely possible that sending the audience out feeling lousy was intentional
The Godfather (original title: The Godfather) is an American film directed by Francis Ford Coppola and produced by Paramount Studios, released on March 15, 1972.This is an adaptation of Mario Puzo's eponymous novel. The story stretches from 1945 to 1955, and focuses on the rise of Michael Corleone (Al Pacino), perceived as not being able to claim the succession of a ruthless mafia family, the family Corleone, dominated by his father, the patriarch Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando).The Godfather is often considered one of the greatest films in world cinema1 and one of the most influential, especially in the genre of gangster films2. He is listed in the second place of the best American film by the American Film Institute (AFI) (behind Citizen Kane) 3. In 1990, the film was selected by the National Film Registry for preservation at the US Library of Congress for "cultural, historical, or aesthetic
He direction is also amazing, Francis Ford Coppola even does a better job than he did in The Godfather, and Apocalypse Now. The visual effects are so much better than the amazing one's in the original Godfather. One of the best films ever, a must see. Flawless.
Its a wonderful movie, i loved it. the cast and characters is very gud. picturization is purfect.
The Godfather: Part II is just as good as the original. Alternating between the current story of Michael Corleone and his crime enterprise and the roots of the family business, a young Vito Corleone in Italy, the audience is treated to a second-helping of an already fantastic story. Viewers get to see more history behind the beloved characters, while at the same time, the story continues to develop. Michael continues to expand the Corleone family business while faced with betrayal, inner-family conflict, and legal trouble.The Godfather II continues the themes portrayed in the first film in the series. Loyalty, devotion to family, and defending the down-trodden remain essential to the story and characters, and as before, these features are displayed against a backdrop of vigilantism. There is a duality with helping those in need and putting your family first, while at the same time, using evil or illegal methods against others. The Godfather II walks the line between these opposing ideals perfectly.Anyone who enjoyed the first film will most likely enjoy the second just as much. It is simply more of a good thing. The running time may be long for some viewers, but the movie is good enough that you'll barely notice.