Godfather is a crime film made in 1972 based by the novel of Mario Puzo. The Godfather movie gained so much applause behind its success as good film and it was considered to be the one of the foundation and pioneering films about gangsters in Hollywood, most of today’s film is mostly depicting in the The Godfather scenarios and ideas of a mind of a gang. Also be considered that it is the best among the gangster movies ever made in Hollywood.
The first two parts of the lush and grand saga are among the most celebrated, landmark films of all time. Many film reviewers consider the second part more interesting than the first, although the first part was a tremendous critical and commercial success – and the highest grossing film of its time. This mythic, tragic film contributed to resurgence in the American film industry, after a decade of competition from cinema abroad. This epic story traces the history of their close-knit Mafia family and organization over a ten year period. The presiding, dominant Corleone patriarch, who is threatened by the rise of modern criminal activities – the drug trade, is ultimately succeeded by his decent youngest son Michael (Al Pacino), a US Marine Corps officer in WWII who becomes even more ruthless to persist.
The Godfather is an insightful sociological study of violence, power, honor and obligation, corruption, justice and crime in America. Part I of The Godfather Trilogy centers on the Corleone crime “family” in the boroughs of New York City in the mid 1940s, dominated at first by aging godfather/patriarch “Don” Vito Corleone. A turn-of-the-century Silician immigrant, he is the head of one of the five Italian-American “families” that operates a crime syndicate. The ‘honorable’ crime “family,” working outside the system due to exclusion by social prejudice, serves as a metaphor for the way business (the pursuit of the American dream) is conducted in capitalistic, profit-making corporations and governmental circles.
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The rich and enthralling film is characterized by superb acting and deep character studies, beautiful photography and choreography, authentic recreation of the period, a bittersweet romantic sub-plot, a rich score by Nino Rota, and superbly-staged portrayals of gangster violence.