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The Godfather, Part III (Widescreen Edition)


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  • Language: English, German, Italian, Spanish
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0007Y08NI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #100,670 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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The Godfather ~ The Godfather

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By falcon TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 12 2010
Format: DVD
in my mind the final installment in the Godfather series is as good as the previous two,yet most people don't seem to think so.i think the story is great.this is a more subtle movie,and more cerebral than the other two.it's very well written,in my opinion.AL Pacino Is back as Michael Corleone,and is great once again,but Andy Garcia is outstanding as Vincent,as is Sofia Coppola as Mary Corleone.it was made sixteen years after part two,so it probably wasn't originally intended as part of the series,(which is probably why many purists don't like it)but i'm glad it was made .i think it's a fitting end to the saga.for the purists that won't watch on principle,it's their loss.for me,The Godfather: Part III is a 5/5
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Godfather 3 was a movie saved by one person, Al Pacino. His powerful acting in the first two Godfather films was without a doubt visable in the third. But this movie was destroyed by horrible acting. Andy Garcia portrays Micheal's (Al Pacino) nephew from his dead brother, Sonny. Andy plays Vinnie, a youthful hoodlum looking for power and respect. This movie got Andy Garcia famous, even though it was obvious he was just trying to copy Marlon Brando and Al Pacino's prefomance's in the last two Godfathers, and he did a horrible job and tore down the legacy of Godfather with every scene he was in.
But it wasn't just Andy Gracia who tore apart this movie, oh no. He had some help. Sofia Coppola plays Mary Corleone, Micheal's daughter. You could tell she had no idea what was going on. It was like Francis Ford, the director, just told her to say random things without even giving her a script. Marlon Brando, may he now rest in peace, was probably disgusted with this movie before he died.
To make this movie even worse, they decided to have a dramactic ending scene with Mary shot by a some random person sent to kill Micheal. This scene ends with Al Pacino screaming his lungs out, and the whole time I was sitting there saying, "That guy did you a favor by killing off that unholy death angle sent from the deep dark bowels of heck." The final scene, was indeed, a sad one, but with the acting skills in this movie, I don't blame Micheal for dying. I do have to admit, there are no words to describe the death scene of Micheal Corleone, because that marked the end of the Godfater lagacy, hopefully, forever. But don't get me wrong, I still love the Godfather trilogy, and always will. It just needs to end, here and now.
If you ever plan to watch this movie, tape a knife under your couch, just in case you feel like killing yourself after seeing the horrible acting presented by the infamous Andy Garcia and Sofia Coppola, The Destroyers of the Godfather Trilogy.
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By A Customer on July 7 2004
Format: VHS Tape
godfather III was entertaining, in that we got to see what happened to some of the characters we loved (or hated) from the first two movies. this alone is reason enough to rent it (not buy!). however, godfather III should NOT have been made. the moral of the story is fulfilled with the last scene from godfather II, where michael is sitting alone, old and graying, face lined from a stressful life. after watching "II" i felt that the corleone tale indeed had nowhere left to go. anything after that would be harmful to the artistic acheivement of the first two movies. mario puzo said that his godfather books were really stories of family. michael the all-american marine, from the beginning of "I," and michael the morally bankrupt head of a crime family at the end of "II," should be seen with what has happened to his family along the way. THAT is what the godfather story means. godfather III isn't useless. again, it's fun to see what has happened to those interesting characters from the first two movies. but i wouldn't trade all three hours of director's cut "III" for that last scene in "II"!
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By Nobody on June 27 2004
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I will admit that this is a film that is plagued with poor decision-making by its creators. I don't know who decided to give an actress as horrible as Sofia Coppola the part of Mary Corleone, but someone really screwed up there. It's true that this film lacks the care that was crafted in the other two, particularly the first one. However, there is a somewhat Shakespearean feel to it (and I apologize, since everyone seems to think they know so much about Shakespeare these days). This wasn't an unneccesary installment as much as it was sloppy. Pretty much every event in this film wasn't needed; Francis Ford Coppola and Mario Puzo certainly needed to spend a few more months on the screenplay.
Despite its glaring flaws, I can't help but feel that people are too hard on this concluding installment. The acting is terrific (although Sofia Coppola is simply a pain in the loins), the scenery is great, and there were enough plot twists to keep me interested. This is worth your time, without a doubt. Just be prepared to swallow Ms. Coppola and the fact that this pales in comparison with its predecessors.
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By Sean L. on May 10 2004
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First of all let's get one thing out of the way. For those of you stumped, Variety wrote a bad review for this film in 1990. Three more reviews from various other newsgroups, who had most likely not seen the film, wrote similar reviews to be "stylish". What has resulted over the years is an obese, disgusting, and utterly grotesque demonstration of conformity by pretentious yahoos who like to call this film "boring".
If only Variety had not written that one review, which single-handedly lead to the largest onslaught of an American cinema masterpiece in the history of film, we would have not an underrated "underdog", but a universally accepted final chapter which is actually superior to the second installment of Francis Ford Coppola's gangster epic.
For those who have the capacity for abstract thought, present in human beings since the Stone Age, this undoubtably one of the greatest films of all time. Picking up many years after Part II, we are introduced to a new Michael Corleone, an older, more mature, guilt-faced man who faintly goes through life as a ghost, going through the motions but ultimately is so overtaken by the guilt of his brother's murder, he is unable to be involved in any form of organized crime whatsoever.
As crime seduces Michael back into the seedy underworld of crime, we see more than ever a message that was merely hinted towards in Part II. In many ways, Michael's destiny has been sealed since the beginning. His actions, although seemingly calculated, not only are written as a part of his own fate, but that of Vincent Mancini, Sonny's bastard son, who will ultimately go down the same road as Michael.
The grand finale in the opera house is absolutely masterful. The cinematography, acting, and pacing are all some of the best in existense.
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