The Godfather 9/25/18
As much as we are given the impression at the start of the film that he has no interest in 'the family business,' as time goes on, family tells, and he is his father's son.
The Godfather 4/11/18
by Citizen Rules
Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Writers: Mario Puzo & Francis Ford Coppola (screenplay), Mario Puzo (novel)
Cast: Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan
Genre: Drama Crime
The Godfather 4/11/18
As they both get involved in plots against them for Vito's refusal to share in the narcotics business, events that put the whole family in danger change lives for the family forever, and change Michael from a family man who wants nothing to do with the family "business" to a man bent on revenge for ...
The Godfather 2/13/16
The film was masterfully directed by a young Francis Ford Coppola who managed to keep the audience engaged with a movie that ran for nearly three hours.
The Godfather 3/08/15
by Plan B
Some may question that observation, but if one takes a step back and looks at what makes an epic an epic, then looks at The Godfather, it's quite clear there is a connection, for whatever reason, to Francis Ford Coppola's film, and it's three-hour running time that draws the story out and makes it t...
The Godfather 1/14/15
So, if you're the kind of person that looks for great individual moments in films, you'll find it here, but if you want a cohesive story that deeply analyzes the film's characters and the environment it's set in, The Godfather will also completely satisfy you.
The Godfather 9/07/14
by Daniel M
From the opening scene that takes place in a barely lit room, with a suited Marlon Brando quietly discussing the values of friendship and family on the day of his wedding, you know you are in for a quality film.
The Godfather 9/06/14
If The Godfather is ever anything more than a perfect film to me something about the way I view film will have to change drastically.
The Godfather 4/20/14
The film opens in a dark room, and that symbolises the film as a whole: this is a dark film, yet there is also a sense of innocent beauty that I feel comes from Nino Rota's wonderfully crafted score.