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Godfather Part III
     

The Godfather Part III

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Director: Francis Ford Coppola

Cast: Al Pacino, Diane Keaton, Talia Shire

 

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After a break of more than 15 years, director Francis Ford Coppola and writer Mario Puzo returned to the well for this third and final story of the fictional Corleone crime family. Two decades have passed, and crime kingpin Michael Corleone (Al Pacino), now divorced from his wife Kay (Diane Keaton), has nearly succeeded in keeping his promise that his family would one

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The Godfather Part III 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Coppola's last Godfather movie. Pacino is, as always, professional though he played a Michael whose judgement was breathtakingly impaired if compared with Godfather II. It was a pity Coppola put his own daughter (Sofia) in a movie & allowed her to look so wooden in the role, it harmed the film too. Andy Garcia (Vincent) plays a beleivable thug with Santino's temper but not an authentic Don. Eli Wallach (Altobelli) was a neatly poisonous and treacherous avuncular figure. Raf Vallone (Lamberto) still sports a beguiling pumpkin smile. As a sequel to the two great movies, I and II, this one has little to commend it. The pros do what they can but the plot is somewhat muddled and much of the movie is spent in regretful reflection by Pacino. Odd because he uses the line ''It's the price we pay for the life we've chosen.'' You'd think he'd beleive it himself by now. Robert Duvall was sadly missed as Mikey's right-hand man. The wet-jobs (assassinations) were poor in logistic terms and execution (no pun intented). A minor point but when we are told someone is ''the best'' or ''never fails'' then let's see what ''the best'' looks like. Summing up; Michael realises that violence begats more violence and try as he might he can't wipe away the sins of the past and disentangle himself from the brutal criminality which made him so wealthy and thus powerful. Not really a competitor for it's forerunners, handy if you want to burn 3 hours though.
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Personally, I do not agree with the people who said that the 3rd installment in the Godfather trilogy was a disappointment. I actually felt that it was very good, and I loved the ending. However, though, I felt that the plot was slightly difficult to understand.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This film isn't really as horrible as it was made to be at the time, but it's also still a poor successor to the first two Godfather films. Part of the fault lies with Francis Ford Coppola, who was a markedly different director post-''Apocalypse Now'' [that silly helicopter attack in Atlantic City would never have made it into the first two]. The rest of the fault lies with Al Pacino, who despite still being a masterful actor, shows none of the cold-blooded subtlety that made Michael Corleone such a memorable screen character. Instead he's in full ''HOO-HAH'' mode, as though this were a warm-up for his Oscar-winning role in ''Scent of a Woman.'' Andy Garcia and Eli Wallach are great additions to the ensemble, it's fantastic to see Diane Keaton back again, and the less said about George Hamilton and Sofia Coppola the better.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
this was a good movie. Now beyond that their are many little things. The plot was kind of confusing. And in all of my life i have never seen a worse ending it ticked me off so much to see Micheal Carleone die like that. Other than that it was a really good movie
Guest More than 1 year ago
what do you get when you have the acting talents or andy garica, al pacino, and diane keaton.a 5 star movie....... what do yuo get when you have the acting talents of george hamilton, joe mantagna, and sophia coppola...a 1 star movie.... add them together and u have a 5 i miss robert duvall, they shuld make a spin off of it with tom hagen as the lead....or not
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of the best movies ever. Pacino is awesome. This of is great on it's own because of it's differences from the other movies. Vincent was Andy Garcia's best.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ditto to the previous review. I want to add: What was with the incest plot? And WHY did Michael Corleone die blind and alone? This sequel blew.