The Godfather - 1972

The Godfather (1972)
Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Writers: Mario Puzo, Francis Ford Coppola
Stars: Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan ..

I’m a movie freak. Yeah, meaning I love movies a lot. And the best movie in my opinion is none other than The Godfather. For years it was my favorite ‘best film of all time’. The Godfather was simply the coolest one out there, especially for me, it’s undeniable in its stature as a monumental piece of filmmaking. Few films are as engaging in their characters, as arresting in their images and atmosphere. 

Director Francis Ford Coppola called “The Godfather” a romance about a king with three sons. If great stories are told in three acts, then consider the structure of “The Godfather.” Its first act ends with the brutal killing of Luca Brasi and the attempted hit on Godfather. A huge crowd of bystanders watched the filming of this scene, gasping when Brando took the shots and fell amidst all those oranges, then applauding the performance. The second act is a gang war beginning with Michael’s killing of the Turk and McCluskey, ending with the insane machine-gun death of Sonny at the toll booth. James Caan wore 110 little casings of blood on his body for that scene; some exploded, others were popped off by crew members pulling fishing lines from behind the camera. The third act is Michael’s ascension, featuring the Godfather’s death and ending with a juxtaposition of Michael Corleone renouncing Satan at his godson’s baptism while his henchmen are out in the streets killing every enemy he has. And he has a lot of enemies. 

Is The Godfather the best movie ever made? No Doubt!!!

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Description: The Godfather - 1972
Rating: 4.5
Reviewed by: Veronica Allen
On: 12:00 AM