Al Pacino, Robert Duvall, Diane Keaton, Robert De Niro
Francis Ford Coppola (Director), Francis Ford Coppola (Screenplay), Mario Puzo (Screenplay)
Release: Dec. 20th, 1974
Runtime: 3 hours, 20 minutes
In the continuing saga of the Corleone crime family, a young Vito Corleone grows up in Sicily and in 1910s New York. In the 1950s, Michael Corleone attempts to expand the family business into Las Vegas, Hollywood and Cuba.
Does anyone know the nameof the waltz that is playing in the final scene of The Godfather Part 3? (Just after Michaels silent scream). It isn't on the soundtrack, and I would appreciate it much if any...
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I'd like to know what people's views are on what they felt was really going on in The Godfather Part II as a lot of it is not explained.
It is neve...
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Moments of violence can thrill people, disturb people or shock, but put two talented actors in a room, give them a well written scene and an emotionally distraught story element and you can have more success at garnering emotions from the viewer than anything else.
The film is expertly filmed, with a more intense approach than the first, with the aforementioned photography playing a major role in the film's story, using darker colouring in Michael's parts of the story, and sepia-toned for Vito's.