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Greatest of all time 👑
Overrated and not as good as Part II.
Nowadays we are almost away from that criminal things, but it is exciting to get acquainted with this sphere, to know how those influential people act in those times. In this film, it is highlighted that sometimes these people even could risk their lives to keep their high place in society or to run their businesses. And this incredible cast of Godfather was able to show the characters of the people of that time. Therefore I cannot criticize this film because it is a masterpiece.
A masterpiece. This movie can't be touched..
glad that i finally got to watch this movie at this point in time when i know more about italy and sicily!
A must see . Wish Marlon Brando had more screen time .
O melhor filme já feito na história da humanidade!
One of the greatest films ever made. What more can you say
Saw this as a young teen but didn't really remember much of it. Just saw it again (in 2019). This must've been seen as a great film in the 70s but seeing it now was hugely disappointing. I was not impressed with the acting or any of the character development. The men were more like caricatures and the women were treated as mindless objects. Michael's character makes a complete 180 but Pacino doesn't display that in a believable way. Why does he show up late to his sister's wedding reception, and in uniform when the rest of the family men are in tuxedos? Are we to believe Michael leaves Kay for 4 years, no one else dates her, and she accepts his proposal immediately upon his return? In this movie about a powerful family, has she absolutely no family? How does the newspaper immediately write a lengthy article about Vito's attempted murder before anyone in the family even reaches Michael? How could any hospital be as deserted as the one depicted? What takes so long for Connie to accuse Michael of being behind Carlo's murder? Why does Tom never marry? (If he did why is his character presented as so 1 dimensional?) Too many unrealistic elements to be a great movie.
One of the best classics ever!