The Godfather is one of the most notorious movies of all time. The story revolves around a group of men who would become crime bosses in the course of coming to power in their respective cities. This movie is very famous and has been made into numerous films by now. This article will give you an overview of the film.
The movie begins with a mob boss (Vincent Pastoretti) planning to form a mafia in New York. He sends his daughter to recruit the people in the city to join his organization. When she meets her first recruit, it is introduced that he is a hit man who is in the commission of killing someone. The two become friends and have an affair. This is revealed to be a setup for the entire film.
After a few months, The Godfather wants to send the young lieutenants to Italy where they are to get paid. During their flight to Italy, the Godfather met a secret agent named Marlon Brando. He asks him to help him steal a precious Statue of Liberty to give to Mussolini.
In Italy, Brando finds the statue and helps deliver it to the Godfather. They continue with their plan to assassinate F.D. But when the assassins were killed by their own, F.D. is enraged and returns to New York.
Here is where the movie starts and it becomes quite interesting to know the characters involved in the movie. All the characters like Vito (Al Pacino), Patrick (Ray Liotta), Michael (Tony Marquez), Salvatore (Robert De Niro), DeVito (John Travolta), etc. play their roles in this movie very well.
Even the soundtrack of the movie is quite interesting. The music has a great impact in the movie. People who love movie music might enjoy this movie.
Overall, The Godfather has some great moments that are executed well. There are many scenes which are very believable and that's why the viewers can relate to the events happening in the movie. It was made in the 1970s and shows the events in New York of that time.
The Godfather is one of the most popular and appreciated movies in the history of cinema. So if you have not seen this movie yet, just go watch it.