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América, años 40. Don Vito Corleone es el respetado y temido jefe de una de las cinco familias de la mafia de Nueva York. Tiene cuatro hijos: Connie, el impulsivo Sonny, el pusilánime Fredo y Michael, que no quiere saber nada de los negocios de su padre. Cuando Corleone, en contra de los consejos de 'Il consigliere' Tom Hagen, se niega a participar en el negocio de las drogas, el jefe de otra banda ordena su asesinato. Empieza entonces una violenta y cruenta guerra entre las familias mafiosas. (Filmin)

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POMO 

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español Un clásico que atrae a los espectadores no tanto emocionalmente, sino al revelar el mundo fascinantemente representado de una familia mafiosa de Nueva York y los estudios de sus personajes. A través de una elegante producción cinematográfica, que no se precipita a ningún lado, porque quiere saborear con devoción cada bocado de la historia. Marlon Brando ofrece actuaciones destacadas con detalles creativos en su discurso que hacen que su personaje sea magnéticamente interesante. Un retrato noblemente concebido e interiormente triste de personas con ideales distorsionados cuyo único valor no falso es la familia. Y sobre su decadencia, porque no siempre se aplica la regla de «de tal palo, tal astilla». Mi pasaje favorito (aparte de todas las escenas con Brando) es sorprendentemente el romántico y el único realmente bonito de toda la larga película: el cortejo de la campesina italiana por Al Pacino y como muestra respeto a su padre. ()

Lima 

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inglés The Godfather is not only the best gangster saga, but also the best film about the games of men and the fate of women, and Al Pacino is the best actor I know. He can act with his eyes without even moving an eyebrow. I will never forget the look he gave Appolonia when he gave her the necklace during the courtship, or when he observed his adversaries at Don Corleone's funeral. Fantastico! Fenomenale! ()

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Malarkey 

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inglés The Godfather is the ultimate gangster movie; there’s hardly anything more to add. Marlon Brando is spectacular and not even Al Pacino can surpass him. This is mainly because Marlon Brando’s performance is perhaps one of the greatest acting performances I have ever experienced in a film. Excellent from start to finish. Although the film has 175 minutes, what is it compared to one decade of in the lives of a mobster family, which is everything but boring. ()

J*A*S*M 

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inglés In terms of filmmaking, it’s flawless and brilliant, but the story didn’t captivate me that much and I didn’t care how it would all end. The best thing in the film is Marlon Brando’s performance, even when he’s laying down silent, he’s the most charismatic character on screen. Even though this film didn’t thrill me as much as I expected, I’m still quite curious about the second part. ()

Marigold 

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inglés It was only the silver screen that finally allowed me to feel the greatness of this gem, which, in the limited and shallow surface of the TV screen, always felt kind of convoluted and without the depth of some of Coppola's other works. It was, of course, a mistake. The Godfather is an extraordinarily robust epic, a purely narrative film whose monumentality is full of fine details and scenes constructed with architectural precision (the way the director masterfully combines different elements of storytelling to amplify intense tension is unique). It cannot be consumed in parts, it cannot be turned off. Coppola is intense, the scenes logically blend into each other (the interlining edit is not self-serving), and it is fascinating to watch the transformations of characters who seem to have aged with the film and radically reshaped themselves internally. The Godfather is "film-life," a radical manifesto of a fictional time that, with its grip and power, can completely control the current time. A captivating, contemplative experience that really needs this great canvas. ()

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