The Godfather: A Movie Review

This was my second time watching this movie, and it has become clear why it is one of the most popular movies. With a great script and a great cast of characters, The Godfather portrays life living in the Italian mob.

Don Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando) is one of five mob bosses in New York. However, as he grows older, his sons Sonny (James Caan) and Michael (Al Pacino) begin to slowly take over the family business.

Although The Godfather is almost 3 hours long, I could definitely watch it over and over again. It tells of loyalty to the family, and how family is everything. I really enjoyed the story and the characters, who were played by a great cast.

However, my only complaint is that I found some parts a little confusing, but I think if I watch it again I might be able to catch something I might have missed.

Grade: A-

3 thoughts on “The Godfather: A Movie Review

  1. I have tried on several occasions to watch this movie,this movie just sends me to sleep every time,I can understand that there is great acting involved but the direction and story does nothing at all for me,nice review all the same 🙂

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