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Rigters's avatar


Even people that dislike this movie, know that it is great! This movie is so well respected, every cinema fan needs to watch this.

Clearly one of the best movies ever. Everything is so perfect, acting, directing, everything!
11 years ago
jarudet's avatar


The Godfather is a true masterpiece, a prized piece of cinema, the gem of gems, the cream of...... I've waited long just to watch this and I'm just so overwhelmed right now. This is the best 3hrs of my life!!! I think this is my new all time favorite. I wish I could share this feeling with you..
11 years 1 month ago
frankqb's avatar


I still get tense every time I watch Michael in the restaurant scene.
14 years ago
catherinefrances's avatar


Like father, like son.
7 years 2 months ago
lflauletta's avatar


This movie is surely a masterpiece
12 years 5 months ago
Oriana's avatar


Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.
13 years 3 months ago
Hemanshu's avatar


"The Godfather."
No other movie title has every got more emphasis on the word "THE" than this movie. You have always heard people stressing the word "THE" when ever referring to this movie.

This is THE one.

I will make my children's children watch this movie and i hope in the decades to come this cinematic master-classic is never forgotten.

One of the reason why this movie resonates is because when this movie came out it created a whole new standard of cinema. The bars were raised to which other movies are judged for ever.
13 years 9 months ago
porscheguy19's avatar


I always wondered why so many claimed that this was one of the best movies ever made... it looked like an old, slow movie... until I watched it. I totally agree now. Love, hate, violence... the acting, storyline, everything is perfect.

One of the greatest movies ever made.
14 years 8 months ago
Omgitsadie's avatar


How can someone not like the Godfather? Fantastic movie; a complete masterpiece. The book is brought the the screen perfectly; understandably since the screenplay was written by the author. You never lose interest, and by the end you want more (even though it's just under 3 hours in length). Dazzling performances from the entire cast; Al Pacino shows the slow development of Michael Corleone's personality amazingly and, of course, Marlon Brando created a characterisation which will never be forgotten. If you're yet to see this movie, do not wait any longer! You will be blown away.
11 years 1 month ago
dif777's avatar


This is my favorite movie of all time. It's a great cast, it's a perfect storyline and the final scene in the movie is the best scene ever made in motion pictures history.
14 years 7 months ago
grapenomad's avatar


One of the best movies out there. Long, but you are glued to the TV the whole time. Al Pacino is timeless!
12 months ago
George Bailey's avatar

George Bailey

It's amazing how this film was made back in 1972! The music, cinematography, script, acting etc... This film is flawless!
8 years 3 months ago
DisneyStitch's avatar


Everything about it is just so... incredible. The acting and characters are top notch and the soundtrack was the stuff of legend (and still is.) You can sense the amount of care and focus that went into each and every scene you lay your eyes on. It has stood the test of time and I have no doubt it will continue to do so.
8 years 3 months ago
Siskoid's avatar


I'd never seen much past the famous horse's head scene due to - and the irony isn't lost on me - family issues I won't go into. Another problem is that while I may ultimately like Francis Ford Coppola's movies, I always like them IN SPITE of his rambling. Man's never killed one of his darlings in his life (at least not permanently, see Apocalypse Now Redux). That's not to say there's extra fluff in The Godfather per se, but it's still got its longueurs. But that's to be expected, partly because Coppola (and his friend Scorsese too, in the same era) basically invented the modern gangster movie, so things he sets up here to create this world have become tedious by virtue of my seeing dozens of gangster films made since. I still agree it's a masterpiece, and I especially love its ironies. The climax, with Al Pacino's character renouncing Satan and his works while people die by his orders is the high point. Historically, it chronicles a change in the crime families from "respectable" community leaders to ruthless businessmen (drugs, the move to Vegas), and yes, I'm very intrigued by the second film which is also somewhere on my I-MUST-CheckMovies list. But is it, as its fans contend, the best film of all time? No, because I don't think there is such a thing. There's your favorite film, where objective artistic qualities intersect with the subject matter you're most passionate about. It has strong performances, smart writing, surprising violence, and innovative camera and sound work. Recommended, if you haven't seen it, and no need too oversell it you have.
8 years 11 months ago
Jinkla's avatar


i can't find a single thing wrong with this film, and i'm glad i ticked it off the bucket list; it is a genuine masterpiece.

i'm disappointed in myself for not being able to appreciate it like i had originally wanted too. feelings of ineffable unsatisfaction. hype is a movie killer.

you should definitely watch this. 10/10
10 years 7 months ago

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