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In the midst of trying to legitimize his business dealings in 1979 New York and Italy, aging mafia don Michael Corleone seeks forgiveness for his sins while taking a young protege under his wing.
It's like watching DaVinci piss over the Mona Lisa really.
BREAKING NEWS: Person Actually Likes Third Godfather Film
Watching The Godfather: Part III is painful, all the more so because despite the fact that it's so mediocre, there are enough tantalizing glimpses of greatness in it that I can't help but be all the more disappointed with the film.
The look of the film is just right. It's not quite as dark as the previous two installments, but it's just as rich in detail and color. And the music score is still there, accompanied by several familiar faces, both of which made me feel, however momentarily, that I was indeed watching the third part of one of the greatest American epics ever made.
There are several moments of poignancy, most of which come when the new cast is…
What a disappointing final chapter for The Godfather trilogy. I had relatively low expectations for Part III, but I was feeling excited to watch it at the same time since the first two films were so memorable. I didn't find it bad, but it certainly had many problems. I didn't like how they wrapped the whole Fredo story arc in only a couple of minutes, so I thought that was a wasted opportunity. In addition, Connie not being suspicious at all with what happened to him at that time wasn't very believable for me as she knew how ruthless Michael used to be. There are plenty of cheesy romantic scenes involving Mary Corleone and Vincent Mancini, which could have been…
There should be a GODFATHER PART IV but BACK TO THE FUTURE II style with old Vincent going back in time to help young Vincent during the events of GODFATHER PART II.
The violent history of the Corleone crime family did conclude on an ideal note in The Godfather Part II but thanks to the unquenchable greed of studio executives plus the dire circumstances director Francis Ford Coppola found himself in during that time, what was until then a perfectly flawless motion picture saga ultimately got tainted by a much inferior third instalment, which wasn't even required in the first place.
Continuing the story of Michael Corleone, The Godfather Part III finds the aging & guild-ridden Mafia kingpin seeking ways to legitimise his criminal empire, having slowly distanced himself & his family from the underworld over the years. But his efforts to come out clean is thwarted when an assassination attempt made on his…
Ακομα απορω γιατι γυρισαν και τριτη ταινια, δεν ελεγε καθολου, ανουσιο σεναριο και σε ολη την ταινια προσπαθουσα να αναγνωρισω τον Αλ Πατσινο, αυτος στα γηρατεια του εγινε κυριολεκτικα αλλος ανθρωπος!
Film #27 of Smiler Grogan's Scavenger Hunt #18 1/8!
Task 7/30: A sequel that didn't live up to the hype
In director Francis Ford Coppola's dark and gritty remake of the 1964 classic, Kissin' Cousins with Elvis Presley, Andy Garcia and Sofia Coppola star as two long-lost cousins who fall in love due to a wacky misundersta- Wait, this is Godfather Part III?! Oh, my mistake.
If you thought The Godfather: Part II was a bit too slow, Part III will make you want to watch a 3-hour conversation between Michael Corleone and Hyman Roth about sports!
OK, it's not quite THAT bad, and there's definitely worse films you could be spending 3 hours on, like fucking SOLARI- Sorry,…
It completes the story of Michael Corleone, a Mafia kingpin who attempts to legitimize his criminal empire, whilst interweaving a fictionalized account of two real-life events into its plot, namely the 1978 death of Pope John Paul I and the Papal banking scandal of 1981–82. Both are linked to Michael Corleone's business affairs.
Final part and conclusion to my favourite gangster story. Personally,I liked it a lot. Background score still plays in my mind and Vito and Michael Corleone will always live in my memories.........
In keeping with my dining analogies to compare Godfather films, the first is like eating out with your family at your favorite restaurant, the second is an all-out black-tie affair at your uncle's exclusive country club with two hundred relatives, and this entry is like having brunch at the diner with your buddies. Ain't nothin' wrong with cheap comfort food amongst good friends; the experience hits the right spots.
In this final entry to Coppola and Puzo's classic mafia tale, The Godfather Part III brings closure to the Corleones. Michael (Al Pacino, smooth as ever) wants to legitimize his empire and repent for his past sins. Of course, that comes with a price.
Sofia Coppola was maligned for her awkward…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
people say this movie sucks, but it really doesn't.
I'll give you - the acting's not so good, Sofia Coppola's performance isn't that convincing, and Al Pacino doesn't have the intensity that made him so compelling in the previous films, but that's more to do with the changes in his character rather than poor acting. that said, I though Diane Keaton was still pretty good, and I think the cinematography was ace.
to give the ultimate spoiler, this is basically the SAME MOVIE as The Godfather... there's even an orange at the bottom of the chair and a dog to represent the little child. the film seems full of references and quotes from the previous two films. the way that…
Al Pacino´s best acting in the trilogy
That paramount refused to pay Robert Duvall an acceptable fee is one of the worst decisions in movie history, this film badly needed Tom Hagen after already losing so many great characters. Andy Garcia however great he is, is no Duvall.
Film #14 of Smiler Grogan's Scavenger Hunt
Task 27/30: A threequel.
I finally pushed my way through the final installment in Coppola's trilogy. There's plenty of things about it that draw from the first and second films, but there's such a misfiring that didn't happen in either of those. Firstly, I felt Sofia Coppola's character was poorly rendered by Sofia. That pulled me out of the story often. Andy Garcia didn't quite hit the mark most of the time, either.
It's all about Pacino, and to a lesser extent, Diane Keaton. The plot winds through the silliest maze with clear, identifying markers throughout, except it manages to end up in the most muddled ending imaginable, coming from the same director as the previous films.
It's not bad. I wouldn't call it bad. I just wouldn't call it good, either.
Every film that has ever been nominated for an Academy Award in any category. Enjoy!
Work in progress...
Every film from the 1990s rated with 4+ stars.
Films can possibly be dropped after a rewatch.…