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    One of the greatest films and novels of all time, The Godfather by Mario Puzo is the book that I chose to write my report about. This book falls under the drama and crime fiction genres, due to its dramatic story of people being shot and murdered. The Godfather takes place in New York during the years 1945-1955, right after World War II. Most of the story is written from a narrator 's perspective, save for two points in the book in which the story becomes a first person point of view. One of the

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    The Godfather Sparknotes

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    The Godfather opens in 1945 as the Don Vito oversees the wedding of his only daughter Connie. His beloved son Michael returns from Dartmouth College in New Hampshire where he went after returning from World War II. He deeply disappointed his father by joining the Marines and not being part of the family business. During the wedding, the Don is sitting in his dark corner room receiving the people who ask him favours. As a self-respecting Sicilian man, Vito

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    The Godfather Themes

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    Director Francis Ford Coppola’s 1972 drama The Godfather is one of the most revered, acclaimed and influential works of the 20th century. It is a motion picture masterpiece of commercial and critical success so far-reaching that it regularly tops professional and personal lists as the greatest film of all time. With a story so saturated with deep themes, strong characters, wonderful performances, stylish direction, and a timeless soundtrack, there should not be any wonder of why this work has stood

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    I believe the most important message in this story is to not abuse power. In the beginning of the story a man was looking for a godfather for his son, the Lord was first to show up but the man said no because the Lord was not fair, then the devil showed up but the devil was rejected because he cheats. Then death shows up and the man believes he will be a good godfather because death takes every person and is not bias. When the boy grew up, death gives him the gift to heal people; as long as he follows

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    was published in the early sixteen hundred’s, and after that there has been a lot of storylines of movies, books, and TV shows that are derived from the play. One of the most similar pieces of work to Hamlet is The Godfather the movie directed by Francis Ford Coppola in 1972. The Godfather is a prominent crime film about a war hero of World War 2 named Michael Corleone, who openly volunteered to take control of his father’s (Vito Corleone) mafia business, after the death of his father and his older

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    The Godfather Essay

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    1. The Godfather, placed among the topmost videos in American movie theater, starring Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, Adam Caan and Robert Duvall arrived in 1972. It had been made by Albert S. Ruddy and aimed by Francis Ford Coppola. The film predicated on the time course of 1945 to 1955, portrayed the main actors as market leaders of a criminal offense group in NY. The storyline revolves around the type Michael Corleone, enjoyed by Pacino, and shows how a typical man turns to be an underworld gangster

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    The Godfather, directed by Francis Coppola follows a family deeply entangled in the New York organized crime world. The film is a classic, and at one point was the highest grossing film in American History. Winning countless awards, such as the Oscar for Best Picture, Best Actor, and Best Adapted Screenplay. The film isSomething that goes unnoticed in the film, but plays a huge impact on how the film is perceived is the camera work. The God Father uses various camera techniques, such as visual obstruction

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    Vito Corleone, the “godfather” of the family is a very diverse character. He is intelligent, clever and an excellent speaker. Like the tagline of the movie, he frequently makes an “offer he can’t refuse”. Another trait is his ability to read people, especially during Bonasera’s plea to the don. He is also a ruthless person, if he cannot deal with words, guns and bullets will. Even with his supposed evil, he is seen as many as a very loving father and many people love him. He was clearly hurt when

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    The Godfather the Movie THE GODFATHER, made in 1974, details the Corleone crime family in Manhattan during the mid 1930s. The Don, Vito Corleone, played by Marlon Brando, leads his organization against a relentless narcotics push by a rival family, the Sollozzos. Vito Caleone does not want anything to do with drugs because he believes they will be the downfall of the Mafia. The story, covering a ten year time period, offers a rich tapestry of Mafia life from the inside, drawing the audience

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    The Godfather and Goodfellas are both considered “mafia movies.” Both of these films portray some form of organized crime committed by Italians. They mutually romanticize the mob lifestyle and depict it with pure clarity. Although both of these movies portray the lives of the same kind of people, they are more than just a simple characterization. Violence plays a major role in each of these films. The Godfather and Goodfellas are obviously very similar. However, they also have several aspects that

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