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El padrino

The Godfather

Dirigida por Francis Ford Coppola
Estados Unidos, 1972
Policíaco, Drama


Coppola realiza un sobrecogedor relato de la ascensión de un clan siciliano y su caída en América, equilibrando magistralmente la historia de los Corleone con los crímenes que llevan a cabo por temas de negocios. Basada en el Best-Seller de Mario Puzo y con interpretaciones inolvidables.

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El padrino Dirigida por Francis Ford Coppola


Academy Awards

1973 | 3 victorias incluyendo: Best Picture

1973 | 8 nominaciones incluyendo: Best Actor in a Supporting Role

National Board of Review

1972 | 2 victorias incluyendo: Best Supporting Actor

BAFTA Awards

1973 | 4 nominaciones incluyendo: Best Actor

Directors Guild of America

1973 | Ganador: Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures

Coppola, melding old-school craftsmanship with youthful bravado, built an astonishing picture around these actors. There are some great movies you want, or need, to see only once or twice in a lifetime, but The Godfather stands up to repeated viewings, revealing yet more riches from the shadows each time.
July 20, 2015
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Both [Citizen Kane and The Godfather] are melancholy and wistful about their conviction that corruption is an inescapable part of American life in general and The American Dream in particular, and maybe I wouldn’t mind this attitude quite so much if its metaphysics weren’t so glib and absolute in its defeatism.
December 01, 2008
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Gordon Willis’s brilliant cinematography—Rembrandt by way of Manhattan—made it acceptable for studio-made color films to be as shadowy and moody as the black & white noirs had been earlier. Where would classic paranoiac thrillers be without that added palette? Its flowing, epic structure, courtesy of Mario Puzo’s screenplay and Coppola’s subtle, no-nonsense direction, remains a model of classic storytelling.
October 03, 2008
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¿Qué dicen los demás?

  • El Biffo's rating of the film El padrino

    I can't believe 1 MUBI viewer gave this film only 2 stars. "What have I ever done to make you disrespect me in this way?"

  • Nicholas Gregory's rating of the film El padrino

    Existing in a gray area of hyperbole and the best dark melodrama of all time, occupying the same territory of mobster glorification and evil-heartedness for an emotional pull more distressing than giving a full opinion. Only the primal emotion of its broad character arcs/drama and its mob-hit scenes that are more a surprise than suspenseful, aside from two turning-point ones with Pacino, are lukewarm elements.

  • Richmond Hill's rating of the film El padrino

    Gorgeous operatic sweep in both visual panache and familial wrangling answered in Kensington Gore. Rota’s score captures ethnicity and grandeur; Willis’s photography, earthily nostalgic. Surely the successor to Visconti and a more convincing modern opera than that found on stage. The macroscopic view on the why and wherefore of American hegemony is fascinatingly revealing - it’s not pretty but it sure is beautiful.

  • Wee Hunk's rating of the film El padrino

    I've gotten sick of the Godfather movies. I realize I shouldn't be reviewing them, but sometimes that's what happens to a movie that is talked about too much. I'm just sick of the glamorization of gangsters. I didn't watch 'The Sopranos', and I refuse to watch 'Narcos'.

  • ig_____or's rating of the film El padrino

    So... this why they call it one of the best films ever made. The running time was way easier to endure than I expected. From the acting, to the script, soundtrack and astonishingly beautiful cinematography, the ultimate mob saga is, above everything else, a family drama and it was great to see the fall of Don Corleone's reign and Michael rising as the new family leader. So excited for parts II and III.

  • Scottie Ferguson's rating of the film El padrino

    The highlight of Hollywood's Golden Age. The film is like a modern Greek Tragedy, and features several of the best performances in cinematic history. Nobody should spend their life not knowing the genius of this film.

  • Dave's rating of the film El padrino

    With a movie that has acquired the reputation of The Godfather, it’s easy to take for granted what a masterpiece it is. After seeing it innumerable times, hearing the most famous lines repeated to the point of becoming clichés, and suffering through countless imitators that never manage to approach the brilliance of Coppola’s 1972 treasure, it’s easy to forget just how engrossing this three-hour opus truly is.

  • Daniel S.'s rating of the film El padrino

    Just saw it for the third or fourth time last night. What's strikes me the most now, it's Marlon Brando's performance and the great editing allowing Coppola to describe two, three or more actions in the same time. Other striking scenes: the marriage, Sonny's death, Brando's death, what's his name's death, the other's death and Sterling Hayden. Masterpiece.

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