The Godfather

The Godfather

Spanning the years 1945 to 1955, a chronicle of the fictional Italian-American Corleone crime family. When organized crime family patriarch, Vito Corleone barely survives an attempt on his life, his youngest son, Michael steps in to take care of the would-be killers, launching a campaign of bloody revenge.

When the aging head of a famous crime family decides to transfer his position to one of his subalterns, a series of unfortunate events start happening to the family, and a war begins between all the well-known families leading to insolence, deportation, murder and revenge, and ends with the favorable successor being finally chosen. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Daniel D (de) wrote: Um avio pulverizador acha que pode competir em provas de velocidade e durante essa trajetria acaba se desiludindo com seu treinador e tendo que lutar contra os adversrios para vencer a competio!

Will C (jp) wrote: This documentary has so much information. It's really incredible.

Jesse O (gb) wrote: This is a good, if rather unimpressive, film. It certainly has a lot of heart and an absolutely gorgeous and quaint Irish village. I don't really have much to say about this film, it's got a damn good cast and some funny moments, it's never hilarious but it has some good jokes. Cliched jokes, the language barrier, cultural differences, etc, but some funny jokes nonetheless. It isn't consistently funny either, but I can't complain. The story is well-told and sees Paco connecting with and befriending Ernesto, whose plane crashes in his village, because of his father's absence. Paco also gets the entire village, by making up stuff about Ernesto in order to make him look heroic, to help fix Ernesto's plane in order to get him back home. It's good but, again, not particularly impressive. You've seen this type of story before and you will see it again, and probably done much better than this. I liked the movie, but I never felt like Paco and Ernesto truly made a connection, I find that this film is lacking emotional depth. I still think the film is charming, thanks to its setting, and its quirky characters but it didn't really always click with me. Perfectly solid movie though, just one that should've been better all things considered. A good movie that you'll forget about in a week's time.

Alex S (gb) wrote: chuck norris is a fucking pussy. watch this movie to see how it's done.

Charlie G (it) wrote: Comes off like an 80 style movie. Low budget, the acting could be better.

Cesar F (ag) wrote: This one is actually one of the worst from Horror Master James Wan. It may be liked by fans of the genre as well as diehard Wan fans, but the casual viewer of scary movies may be a bit disappointed.

Andrew U (us) wrote: A typical haunted-house story executed with finesse.

Natalie R (gb) wrote: aaaaaaaawww this film is beautiful

Leo L (br) wrote: Here's a fantastic movie that follows the life of one woman who struggles to fit in with her family and the rest of the world. Despite her being deaf and blind, Michelle had much to overcome even in childhood when all she has ever known was darkness. She had obstacles to overcome, and endure when she first meets Mr. Debraj Sahai. As long as she had her teacher, she worked very hard to achieve every possible hurdle on her road to independence and self-sufficiency. As Mr. Sahai details, he had never taught the word 'impossible' and so this enables Michelle to strive further. Great cast- Amitabh Bachchan and Rani Mukherjee stars. Great music. Definitely worthy!

Marilee A (fr) wrote: Greg Kinnear Was Really Good as Bob Crane

Filius S (nl) wrote: Penned by Harmony Korine at the age of 19 and directed by Larry Clark, Kids is one of the most realistic movies about teenage life that you'll probably ever see. Out go all the suburbanite clique tropes that riddled 80s teen comedies; Kids comes along and bitch slaps the John Hughes out of your expectations within the first scene. The film follows the misadventures of a group of 15-ish New York City types and their standard adventures: drinking 40s, skateboarding, talking about sex, trying to have sex, smoking blunts, and partying. Telly and Casper play the two male leads, with the former obsessed with devirginizing any 12/13 year old girl he can get his hands on, and the latter trying to get laid by anyone (mostly unsuccessfully) and getting fucked up on drugs for something to do instead. Over in the female lead corner, the now famous Chloe Sevigny and Rosario Dawson play two best friends who discover that Chloe's character has contracted HIV from Telly. The remainder of the film involves Chloe trying to track Telly down in pre ubiquitous cell phone New York, while Telly and Casper chill and party around town. When this film came out it received an NC-17 rating, which is funny because a lot of the typical behavior shown in the movie centers around characters a couple of years younger than that. Nevertheless, the film was a success, earning almost 15 times its budget back at the box office. It has also since gone on to become a cult favorite, and its not hard to see why. The film doesn't treat kids like choir boys, and it doesn't treat them as idiots. The film could have been reshot with a bunch of 20 year old college students, and been equally relevant, and that scares the ankle-length skirts off the old crones rating these films and ruins their utopian perception of children everywhere. Kids is known for a handful of memorable scenes, some very quotable dialogue, extremely natural acting, a cinema verite approach to shooting, sets that are all on location, and its overall presentation. Ultimately, what makes Kids a success is it doesn't try to bullshit you. There's no attempts to shock you with the actors day-to-day lives; it's just showing you a scene from real life and offering you the option to go fuck yourself if it offends you. TL;DR - 8/10 Kids is probably the best teenage movie ever made. It should be required watching in school for its honest portrayal of drug use, sex, and the dangers apparent when combining the two. It's also generally a really good film, so give it a watch if you haven't already.

Justin O (ru) wrote: This movie should've been benched.

Emil P (ca) wrote: It's crap, but I liked it much better than that thing Ridley Scott made. It has none of that liberal guilt or glorification of Islam. I want to see a Columbus that kicks ass and does not apologize for anything.

Elise H (mx) wrote: not as good as the previous, but it was still enjoyable. the tatoo thing was funny, but very remnant of wino forever, and it made me laugh.

Eduardo C (au) wrote: Corman's take on Prometheus/Frankenstein is little more than a poorly written genre cheapie which never once deals with any of the surprisingly interesting subjects it accidentally manages to raise.For reasons beyond me this is highly regarded in some circles. It is far, far from Corman's best (though equally far from his worst) and it would have been very interesting to see what a real writer from the period (Rod Serling, perhaps? Definitely Ray Bradbury) would have done with the premise.

Quiche E (au) wrote: Realisme et modernite, deja...

Kyle M (us) wrote: This rarely funny Murphy - at his less spirited - satiric comedy is a definition of a silly hollow flick, even though it'd started to actually pick itself up towards the conclusion. (B-)

Greg W (nl) wrote: good remake of this classic tale

Paula P (jp) wrote: Fact that it's a true story is dreadful. I'm glad she had strength to tell us what really happened to her and many other girls.

Christian H (fr) wrote: This was intense, and probably worth the Oscars it got