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'.
Probably the greatest american epic ever filmed. Sophisticated style presented in a very brutal manner creates uniqueness that couldn't be duplicated by any other director. Lifetime story is crowned with among the greatest performances ever - and like a fine wine, it gets better with each repeated viewing. Rota's score and Brando's Vito Corleone are one of few eternal icons of motion picture inheritance.
Very few movies if any can measure up to the classic film The Godfather. This film centers around the Corleone family. One criticism of the movie is its slow pace. It is not necessarily a hard movie to follow but rather slow building. However the dialogue is very memorable. Even if you haven't seen this movie I would say you have heard the phrase "I'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse"