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the Godfather

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the Godfather

sotos Uploaded on: February 17, 2009
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Gallery: Entertainment
Category: Movies
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Total Comments: 3

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Posted by jsoo420 on 12/22/12 at 01:34 AM
Great movie and book."Heres an offer you cant refuse!" Id love to be in the mafia. Just be carefull who you kill in other mob families.Even if your family orderes the kill...you cant leave anything leading you to the kill unless both fams want a war and pay eye for an eye which is wat usually happens.Its fiction in the book and movie,but also very realistic to the truth.Coppela did a lot of research and even did interviews with mobsters.In my opinion Al Pichinos top 3 movies are The Godfather 1 and 2 and of coarse Scarface which kicks ass too.If you like them...try to rent the Untouchables.Its a mob movie and Robert Deniro plays Al Capone whos prison cell i got to go into on vacation at Alcatraz.All 4 movies i mentioned are one of a kind,great,must see classics that are all in color.Check them out.Heres an example of The Godfather 1.I rich man had a great prize horse that he loved.That man refused the Dons offer and the man woke up with his prize horses head in his bed lol.Just an example...enjoy the movies
GuestPosted by ANON (Guest) on 03/07/09 at 10:23 AM
if you are into classics this is the movie that all others are measured when it comes to organized crime..an absolute masterpiece by francis coppola.
GuestPosted by Strider (Guest) on 02/26/09 at 09:48 PM
I've heard this movie come up in conversiations a lot but I've never seen it. Is it good should I watch it?