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SnackBar

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#11 13 years ago
MkH^

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#12 13 years ago

I voted for Godfather, but all the other films mentioned are masterpieces too. However, The Godfather is in my opinion one of the most important works in the history of movies.




Gauntlet

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#13 13 years ago

Casino, Godfather (parts 1 & 2) and The Untouchables get my vote. And I love every Guy Ritchie movie! Great acting, and great script!




DerMann

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#14 13 years ago

The Untouchables, mainly because of Sean Connery.




Gauntlet

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26th April 2004

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#15 13 years ago

Don't forget de Niro's and Garcia's role! :o




Primo_Itch

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#16 13 years ago

Godfather is really amazing.

I'd recomend the ones that haven't to read the book, its really great.

Scarface is also perfect, so i really don't know in which to vote...




Mihail VIP Member

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#17 13 years ago

Any movie featuring politics, the most wick criminals around.




charlesbian

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#18 13 years ago

i personally like the guy richie movies, as well as untouchable. but what can compare to hard boiled? what i ask you? what????




jumjum

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#19 13 years ago

Please don't include The Godfather, Part Three as part of the original Godfathers. It is so thematically bad and spectacularly miscast for its name never to be uttered with the first two.

Both Michael Corleone and his sister, Connie, have apparently had personality transplants, or more accurately, personality transfers. She is now the cold-blooded, logical killer who can handle everything for the family; he is the helpless, ineffectual one who needs help and protection. The story line is embarrassingly bad, and so melodramatic as to be for a Lifetime network movie. The dialogue is flat at best, and at worst (Michael and Kay talking over their failed marriage, for example) it makes you want to hide your head. People don't talk like that. Ever.

But the worst of course, is director Francis Ford Coppola's tragically bad decision to cast his daughter Sofia as Michael's daughter in GFIII. She is so bad, so wrong, so incapable of this role, that she singlehandedly ruins what might otherwise be a moderately watchable film. I hurt for the girl she is so bad, so eternally bad. Genrations of filmgoers are going to see her and blow Sprite out their noses she is so bad. Coppola was trying to help his daughter, but by givng her a part she had no right to, he made her a neverending laughingstock. God that girl was bad. Not to mention majorly ugly to boot. She's now behind the camera. Where she belongs.

And GFIII belongs on the shelf. Not in the dvd player.

Best Gangster film: The Long Good Friday.




Braun

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#20 13 years ago
MkH^I voted for Godfather, but all the other films mentioned are masterpieces too. However, The Godfather is in my opinion one of the most important works in the history of movies.

Amen.