Carmella Corleone

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  • Analysis Of The Godfather Part 2

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    ideas to make a little bit of money. The Corleone’s had businesses in many different areas, most of them being illegitimate in some way or another. The only way for them to stay afloat was to use their wits and have the lead of Vito and then Michael Corleone. For a couple years, I sold fake soccer jerseys and while it was not a super illegal crime, it was not totally legitimate. I cannot help but think of myself in the Corleone’s position as a Don making

  • Don Corleone's Presuppositions

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    In data 11 the dialogue is taken place in Don Corleone’s veranda and his interlocutor was his youngest son Michael who finally replaces his place as head of Corleone family. The context was about strategic in family business. While, presuppositions that can be derived from part of the dialogue are: 1. They have no time to talk about family business before 2 They have something to talk. 3. They interested in same thing The first and second presupposition is come from utterance ‘we have a lot of

  • Analysis Of The Use Of Lighting In The Godfather Essay

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    I am writing about the use of lighting in the opening scene of The Godfather, (1). The photography of The Godfather as an entire film is very planned and used specifically to generate moods, and have great psychological affect. This is just as true for the very first series of shots for the film, and perhaps more important since these first shots will give the audience the initial feeling of the film, and set a tone for the picture. The first shot is highly dramatic in its lighting method, and

  • The Godfather, The Exorcist, And The Silence Of The Lambs

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    The Godfather, The Exorcist, and The Silence of the Lambs are three films that are often given the title “greatest of all time” in their respective genre, for very good reason. Each film consists of scenes that are crafted so unforgettably that the scenes leave each viewer with a sense of awe, shock, and horror when each scene is carefully examined. The Godfather, distributed in 1972 by Paramount Pictures, was directed by Francis Ford Coppola who in an interview said in regards to his filmmaking

  • Essay On The Godfather

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    device because some of the Corleone family

  • God Father Symbolism

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    had the most power. It worked for this particluar scene because they were doing a back door dealing and also showed us how Don Carleone was looked up to and respected by others. The film is set in 1940's New York, Don Corleone and his men are always seen in formal wear, and Corleone had a cigar in a number of scenes although we dont see stacks of money all the time it is shown to us indirectly when we see his mansion and expensive cars and fancy dinners. This also worked for the film because it was

  • Michael Corleone's Transformation

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    portray the life and transformation of Michael Corleone; he leaves his status as a family outsider to become king of the underworld. Michael is the son of Vito Corleone, Don of the Corleone Crime Family1. The story of The Godfather is the story of both Vito and Michael. Vito passes away and leaves his throne to Michael, who steps out of a seemingly innocent world ordinary American life to receive his father's crown and to assume control of the Corleone Family. As my thesis

  • Childhood In My Childhood

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    I closed my eyes during the intimate scenes so that makes everything okay, right? No, it does not; however, this rather peculiar childhood has shaped most of my strongest ideals and assisted in the modeling of my present self. In the movie, Don Corleone (Marlon Brando), says “a man who [does not] spend time with his family can never be a real man”. This quote has remained a valued aphorism in my family and my dedication to it is displayed in the way I am perceived by others. From birthday parties

  • Similarities And Differences Between A Braxon Tale And A Bronx Tale

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    In the film, A Bronx Tale, Lorenzo Anello states to his son, “They want to see you do good, but never better than them…remember that”, because of the addition his son was taking from the wrong people. These film’s setting can be identified by the title, the film Chinatown that took place in Los Angeles, but with Chinatown being an important part of the film. Unlike that, A Bronx Tale is clearly in one of the boroughs that make up New York City. It’s easy to tell the differences between these two

  • Vito Corleone: The Godfather

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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