Involved with the gold mafia there, he is recruited to kill Garuda, the oppressive heir-in-waiting, in Kolar Gold Fields. Once in a blue moon does a film state as assorted diverse-yet-interconnected stories. From the direction, to the acting, to the storyline, to the score, The Godfather has the word classic written all over, and it really is not much of a surprise that it is now considered by many one of the top five movies of all time. I purposely decided not to spoil much about the plot because I believe that the film is perfectly enjoyed without knowing anything in advance, and -- believe it or not -- there are still quite a lot of people who have never seen this movie. The cinematography of The Godfather is dark and tasteful, and colors are used perfectly to give a true feel of the era it is set in. Every prime character - and more than a infrequent minor ones - is molded into a unmistakeable, complex individual.
. I've seen plenty this long and although I enjoyed them and watched parts of them again, I have never watched one like this all the way through. I think I'll wait till all the footage that the viewing public has been exposed to is all included in the film from beginning to end because all that footage is great cinema. The download link is in my profile. The Mafia is certainly the main focus the story revolves around despite the fact that the word is never mentioned , but although the movie never tries to forcedly insert separate subjects it contains an amount of psychological and social subtexts that cannot be overlooked.
Anant Nag narrates the film while also playing a supporting role alongside Srinidhi Shetty, Vasishta N. Most notable is James Caan's 'Sonny' that was more prominent following the Don's assassination attempt. Let's take your standard gangster film, either you have the new guy just arrived in town looking for trouble, Joe from 'A fistfull of dollars', or you have the guy looking for revenge, Porter in Payback, or the cop trying to stop them, countless films. He is soon transferred to Miramar police station, where he sees Shagun Sathe and falls in love with her at first sight. With superb acting by especially Al Pacino as Mike Corleone and Marlon Brando as Don Vito corleone this movie shows how one of the head mafia families in New York works, it gives a detailed picture of how their business runs and what kinda chances they got to take on their business, for example their denial to step inside the narcotic business brings on alot of troubles, but also it shows what kinda sacrifices they make, every day could be their last day.
Meanwhile, Simmba develops motherly and sisterly bonds with several women and girls, one of whom happens to be Aakruti Dave, a young woman who reminds Simmba of his teacher. Cast Cast overview, first billed only:. I've seen the movie at least 30, 40 times, and I'm still amazed at how perfect it is. An up and coming rival of the Corleone family wants to start selling drugs in New York, and needs the Don's influence to further his plan. Here, however, bolstered nigh so many eulogistic themes, each is given added resonance.
It is the first installment in the two-part series, followed by K. The characteristic that sets this motion picture apart from so many of its predecessors and successors is its knack to make one's way the often-disparate layers of fishing into a cohesive whole. He observes how policemen make money in the form of bribes, finding himself motivateds to become a police officer, and succeeds. Praised by many as the best cast to ever appear in an American movie, all the cast in The Godfather succeeds in portraying complex, three-dimensional characters without ever making a slip. Starring: Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan, Robert Duvall, Diane Keaton, Talia Shire, Sterling Hayden, John Cazale, Richard Castellano, John Marley, Richard Conte, Al Lettieri, Abe Vigoda, Gianni Russo, Rudy Bond, Morgana King, Richard Bright, Alex Rocco, Tony Giorgio, Vito Scotti, Julie Gregg, Angelo Infanti, Franco Citti, Saro Urzi, Sofia Coppola, Joe Spinell Director: Francis Ford Coppola Rarely can it be said that a motion picture has defined a style, but never is that more genuine than in the box of The Godfather. Yash stars as Rocky, while Ramachandra Raju features as Garuda.
So the supplicants come, each leaving much to be desired something remarkable - avenge, a retain championing their daughter, a say in a movie. Seeing The Godfather for the first time was the most amazing movie experiences of my life. Young Vito Corleone archive footage. Even if the viewer does not like mafia type of movies, he or she will watch the entire film, the audiences is glued to what will happen next as the film progresses. Coppola has said that he doesn't mind taking out scenes according to his whim because he can always put them back. Besides, to outline such complicated characters and such an emotionally intense story in a short review like this one would be inadmissible.
Al Pacino shines above all in this movie, as the smart boy of the family he returns after fighting a war for his country, at that time not involved in the family business, but it doesn't take long before the war breaks lose and he see no other ways than to step in and fight for his family. Here, two incidents take place; The birth of the hero and other in the Kolar Gold Fields K. The Godfather is one of the very few films that doesn't have a single flaw. There is nothing weak about it and nothing that stands out as bad. We are not watching a central character and a bunch of incomplete figures that revolve around him: although Michael Corleone is the character that gets the most screen time, everybody is the center of this world his own way.
Will, he set his people free from the age-old slavery? Its really a movie about family. The wedding scene gives a perfect setting of where and how the Don's power extends; from the regular worker in a neighborhood, to the immensely popular singer, to the friends in politics and right to the ruthless killer, Don Corleone has links to people ready to ask him favors and to pay him back. Some are trustworthy, some are not, but thanks to his intelligence and intuit the Don can almost always distinguish the two. The thing I find so amazing about The Godfather is how Michael Al Pacino changes throughout the movie. The movie makes it possible for the viewers to identify with different characters and to observe how their personality and story fits in, and it does it much more effectively than many bloated multiple-storyline movies that came out in the last few years. The exceptional portrayals of Don Vito and Michael Corleone respectively by Marlon Brando and Al Pacino, the performances by Robert Duvall, James Caan and Diane Keaton as Tom Hagen, Santino Corleone and Kay Adams, the ruthless Virgil Sollozzo played by Al Lettieri -- as well as more than a few other roles -- are all perfect for the movie, and they all succeed in making us believe these are real people, not just actors. The soundtrack by Nino Rota is also very memorable, bringing back memories of the film every time I hear it.
There are multiple scenes that manage to create an incredible tension, various twists, and although like any other masterpiece The Godfather can be watched knowing the whole story beforehand and still be a phenomenal experience, I believe it is always a pleasure to see it for the first time and enjoy its multiple climaxes. The Italian-American old mobster a-la Don Vito Corleone has become one of the most established figures in the public's imagination. Its my opinion that this is the greatest movie ever made, and I doubt that anyone can watch this movie, and think I'm crazy. Its about, family, loyalty, greed, relationships, and real life. For once, it'd be nice to sit back and enjoy the entire story without your concentration being interrupted by missing scenes you know exists that causes gaps in the narrative. However, this is 1946, times are changing, and to many of the younger people working in the crime business, Don Corleone's ideas are becoming obsolete. Any of the characteristic issues explored by way of The Godfather are strong enough to form the organizing of a movie.