You can either have subtitles on all the way through or not at all. But I suppose in the context of the epispde the character doesnt speak their language. Emoji-based titles, memetic titles, and titles meant to circumvent any other rules are also forbidden. The Godfather Part 2 is the finest sequel ever made and is arguably a finer film than the original Godfather. No gore, pornography, or sexually graphic images. Many believe that the character of Johnny Fontane , for instance, was based on Frank Sinatra's real life, and many of the other characters were modeled after real people.
Gazzo, unforgettable as the troubled gray-haired informer; Gastone Moschin, excellent as the blackmailer in white suit; John Cazale, marvelously timid as the vague, confused, and hesitant Fredo; Diane Keaton, clearly irrational as the long-suffering wife Kay; Talia Shire, too extravagant as the lousy mother; Troy Donahue too ambitious as the fortune-hunting suitor; and Robert Duvall excels as the confidant, and retainer to the all-powerful Corleone family. Since the people he kills seem to deserve it, Vito comes off better than Michael does, and it was wise of Coppola to shuffle the two stories together despite lengthy flashbacks and the disturbance of continuity. Yes, but only for certain scenes - most of the conversations Michael has in Sicily are subbed as long as no one is actually translating for him. I'll add to this as people post additions. Once again many acts of violence are interwoven with religion: Michael's son's first communion, the religious parade in New York, Fredo's repeating the Rosary in order to catch a fish, for example. Francis Coppola recollaborated with many of the crew members of the first film and again achieves a quite superb period piece thanks to the cinematography of Gordon Willis and set design of Dean Tavoularis.
But it's what's deeper inside this film. 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. Now i can finally work through my collection!! If anyone can add to this woefully short list, please do. People think that Citizen Kane is the greatest movie ever made. The music, the acting, everything. Humor is subjective, but all posts must at least make an attempt at humor.
Here he's a calculating and frightening force, seeking to expand casinos into Pre-Revolutionary Cuba and consolidating an empire surrounded by perfidy and treason, maintaining total confidence in his ability to control the situation whether testifying before enraging Senators or trying to outface his worst enemies. He grows increasingly distrustful and paranoid, and even shows signs that he hates his own life. I wish Coppola was a redditor. Is there an explanation from filmmakers on why there were no English subtitles provided for this particular scene? Michael almost seems to resent the fact that he is a natural born crime lord, a man who puts the family business ahead of everything. There are many poignant scenes concerning his wife and children-- the drawing his son leaves for him in his bedroom, the gift that Tom buys the child because Michael is too busy, his wife Kay's being kept a virtual prisoner at his orders in the family compound, etc. If your father were in better health, without his eldest son running things, no disrespect intended, we wouldn't have this nonsense.
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. Most of these I discovered only after I started watching the rips and realized I forgot the subs, so hopefully we can build a list so we can all avoid wasting time like that in the future. Also note how unconcerned and unobservant the cop is during that scene. I've seen the movie at least 30, 40 times, and I'm still amazed at how perfect it is. Michael Corleone Al Pacino has moved the family and most of his business to Nevada. Without spoiling, I will simply say the Robert DeNiro as the young Vito is the best acting performance of all time, a role for which he won a richly deserved Oscar. It's a well-made and entertaining film that is only the first part of a trilogy, but it stands on its own as a wonderful film in its own right.
There is a fair amount of violence, though rarely gratuitous. There is dialogue spoken in Sicilian according to the that does not have English subtitles. Does anyone know where to download forced subtitles with a little more ease? There's scenes that stay with you when the movies over, and you don't forget them. He is cold and ruthless, with a whole contrast from the idealistic innocent war hero we initially met at the beginning of the first film. If you are not the author of the comic in question, you may only submit links to the page where it is hosted. It doesn't really matter what Sollozo says, Michael is bound and determined to kill him and McCluskey.
I respect myself, understand, and cannot allow another man to hold me back. Rather than concentrating on everything that is great about The Godfather, a much easier way for me to judge its quality is on what is bad about it. This is by far the best movie ever to give a portrait organized crime, this movie goes deep inside and shows it all inside out. Its really a movie about family. I had started to get pretty sick of starting to watch films with occasional foreigh dialogue and no subs.
It cleverly shifts in time between two distinct narratives with extreme realistic violence and criminal mentality of gangsters. There is nothing weak about it and nothing that stands out as bad. I have several forced subtitle. What do I do if I see a post that breaks the rules? 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. Now reaping the benefits of legalized gambling in Las Vegas, Michael is an evident billionaire with an iron fist on a world of treachery. The thing I find so amazing about The Godfather is how Michael Al Pacino changes throughout the movie. So they wanted most people feel their confusion.