A truly grand production of the first epic film to ever be produced by America, The Godfather is an absolute classic. The story follows the story of a family feud that begins with the murder of a well-liked and respected family head by the name of Vito Corleone. Since then, the Corleone family continues to fight for power within the community and beyond.
The sequel to the movie, which was released in 1991, brought more development to the story and offered more to the viewers. This particular sequel was very well received by many viewers, even though it seems to have all the usual elements, without adding much. However, the movie has been garnering quite a following from non-film buffs.
One of the most interesting things about this movie is the fact that it brings together many elements from Mafia history. It tells the story of a family that could boast a series of enemies within the New York city, as well as mafia loyalists from around the world.
Throughout the entire movie, the viewers never really know how each family member will turn out. Throughout the entire plot, there are several characters that could be construed as being friends and/or family members of the Corleone family. The main player of the movie, Vito, his daughter Mara, Vito's two sons, Carlo and Michael, and one of their female acquaintances are all key characters within the narrative. Even though they all work for their father, many of them have grievances against him as well.
The producers behind this blockbuster are said to have drawn inspiration from certain movies that were not actually adapted to the screen, in order to recreate an authentic aspect of the film. One of these movies was the Scarface movie, which was directed by Martin Scorsese and starred Al Pacino. Other influences were the Three Stooges, The Godfather, The Godfather: Part II, and one of the infamous Seven Secrets movies.
In addition to this, the producers put a lot of their own creative imagination into the making of this movie, especially since they felt that the main character was not as strong as the rest of the cast. This movie would eventually be followed up by The Godfather: Part III, which were not as successful as the previous sequel, but still has its fan base.
This movie is not entirely like any other movie you've seen in the genre of mobster movies, and I believe this is because of the almost unprecedented level of creative development which was used for the movie, especially the depiction of the culture of the Mafia and the aspects of Mafia history. The film was the first American movie to be shown in Italy, and this is how they achieved their goal. The color-coding and use of vulgar gestures were using to deliver their message.
As an ultimate conclusion, this was a true, authentic, and memorable experience, and a very good time watching The Godfather. You would definitely want to see this movie if you've ever seen it before. Watch this movie for fun and entertainment.