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The Godfather: Part III [DVD]

Al Pacino , Diane Keaton , Gordon Willis    Suitable for 15 years and over   DVD
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
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  • Actors: Al Pacino, Diane Keaton, Talia Shire, Andy Garcia, Eli Wallach
  • Directors: Gordon Willis
  • Producers: Nino Rota
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: 27 Sep 2004
  • Run Time: 163 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002VF584
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 41,321 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)



Sixteen years after Francis Ford Coppola won his second Oscar for The Godfather II (his first was for the 1972 Godfather), the director and star Al Pacino attempted to revive the concept one more time. Despite an elaborate plot that involves Michael Corleone seeking redemption through the Vatican while simultaneously preparing his nephew (Andy Garcia) to take over the Corleone family, the film fails to take shape as a truly meaningful experience in the way the preceding movies do. Still, Pacino is very moving as an elder Michael, filled with regret and trying hard to make amends with his wife (Diane Keaton) and grown children (one of whom is played, and not all that well, by the director's daughter, Sofia Coppola). --Tom Keogh

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A compelling followup to the classic GODFATHER I and II films. Michael Corleone has a strong desire to escape the corruption of his "family business" but fate and circumstance dictate otherwise. It seems all the power on Earth can't change destiny - everytime Mi chael tries to get out and "go legit," he's pulled back in.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars ...Not the same. 7 Dec 2011
By Jack
Finally! I have seen the Godfather Trilogy, something I've wanted to be able to say for the longest time. And, with this part of the trilogy, I went in with my eyes wide-open: the movie the critics despise. I was absolutely determined to avoid having my view or my opinion poisoned by this known negative bias, and I think I succeeded. The problem, though, is that the film just isn't as good as the other two.

You see, the film has its strengths, sometimes it even displays strengths the other two just didn't, such as the strong emotional reaction evoked by Pacino and Keaton's chemistry; although, of course, one shouldn't ignore the well written dialogue between the two characters either. For the first time, I was made care about Michael's love for Kay, something that his immorality had blocked in the prior two parts. This time, however, with Michael's quest for redemption, his love is absolute and obvious, which Pacino makes very obvious in his (again) outstanding performance.

Unfortunately, the emotional depth sacrifices the sort of objectivity the previous films had, making this movie a little melodramatic and soppy at points. This is actually a holistic problem for the film: almost all of it is simply too over the top. Any believability the other two films had is sort of shot here. This just wasn't a film I wanted some sort of alternate history in, it completely destroyed my ability to suspend disbelief.

The inclusion of the new characters is necessary, I suppose, but also not entirely successful. I found the new characters a distraction for a number of reasons, both the problem of the writer and a certain actor. For one, the new characters just didn't get any real development; the exception being Vincent Mancini, of course, but his development was so rushed.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Fall of the House of Corleone 3 Sep 2007
I confess it! "Godfather III" is one of my favorite movies. All right, it has less-than-perfect moments, but it also has memorable ones, such as the touching confessional scene between Michael (Al Pacino) and the Cardinal (Raf Vallone) in the cloister, and the reconciliation of Michael and Kay (Diane Keaton) in Don Tommasino's dining room.

I especially enjoy the Italian locations, and since I spent the `80s in Italy, amidst rumors about what was commonly regarded as the suspicious death of John Paul I; the scandals of the Vatican Banco Ambrosiano (with the banker Calvi hanging from the Blackfriars bridge); the P-2 scandals in the highest posts of the government, not to mention numerous assassinations of judges in Sicily, the background of the story--the last half of which takes place in Sicily--rang true for me. Furthermore--and more importantly--Coppola's brilliant use of recurrent visual and thematic imagery renders the film outstanding not only on its own merits but also in respect to the first two films. Besides the well-discussed use of oranges whenever a catastrophe is imminent, Coppola constantly juxtaposes themes of religion and death, replicating the events of the story--the biting of the ear; the religious procession, the veiling of the head--with those of Mascagni's magnificent opera about death, revenge, and religion in Sicily: "Cavalleria Rusticana." Coppola intersperses scenes of the opera with scenes of actual vendetta, as the plans of Vincenzo--the new godfather--are carried to their violent conclusion. The part I love the best, though, is when Coppola transfers the tragedy taking place onstage in the opera, outside onto the steps of the opera house--life imitating art.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars 'It was you Fredo': Betraying a Classic 26 Nov 2010
This film is to the original two what Rolf Harris is to Picasso. If it was a stick of rock the term 'SELL-OUT' would run through it in bold letters and it would taste bitterly of shame and embarrassment. The presence of Sofia Coppola smacks of nepotism and the misjudgement of a once great, now exhausted, talent. She is without any acting ability at all and gives one of the most truly terrible performances it has ever been my misfortune to witness. It takes every effort not to groan each painful second she is on the screen.
As well as this, and just as unforgivable, is the replacement of the mighty Robert Duvall with the faintly ridiculous George Hamilton; perhaps the most cynical intimation of the only real reason why this film was made, that is, money. A tired, hackneyed script, ropey performances {at best} from all involved and woefully uninspired direction from a once great master makes this film one of the most monumental duds in modern cinema. In short, TO BE AVOIDED.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Remarkable conclusion to the Trilogy 6 Nov 2004
By L. Davidson VINE VOICE
I enjoyed this film even more than the acclaimed Godfather II and it provides a seamless and accomplished finale to the Godfather series. There is another awesome performance from Al Pacino as Michael Corleone, supported superbly by Diane Keaton,Talia Shire , Andy Garcia and Sofia Coppola who plays Michael's beloved daughter Mary. Godfather III is set in 1979 and deals with the declining years of Michael Corleone and his desire to distance himself from his gangster past and to achieve the respectabilty and legitimacy he craves for. This leads him into financial dealings with the Vatican and involves him in a brilliant, but controversial sub-plot concerning a web of corruption and murder within the Roman Catholic hierarchy. However it is family, tradition, revenge , love and power which are the main themes of the film. Michael's desire to mend fences with ex wife Kay and his relationship with his two children are superbly explored, yet his repemtance and paternal love remain always shadowed by a murderous criminal past that he cannot shake off. The climax of this film is superb, one of the best endings to any film I have seen, full of tension ,suspense and brilliantly directed by Coppola. The poignant final scene is a perfect conclusion to the whole trilogy.
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5.0 out of 5 stars THE GODFATHER PART III

Published 6 months ago by Andrew H. Baird
5.0 out of 5 stars A Gut Wrenching Scream - A Worthy Finale
I never understood why so many critics panned this film. This is not some lesser sequel. Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola wrote it. Francis Ford Coppola directed it. Read more
Published 9 months ago by Calum I. MacLeod
2.0 out of 5 stars Faulty Disc
as I previously stated. I was only able to watch half of the film as there was a fault with the disc so I threw it away
Published 10 months ago by katekin
5.0 out of 5 stars Enthralling
I really enjoyed this, held my full attention all the way through. Great plot, great acting, three very entertaining hours, Highly recommend it
Published 15 months ago by country gal
5.0 out of 5 stars Fitting end
Al Pacino gives a fine performance in a well scripted film with plenty of the old bad behaviors and some new twists.
Published 16 months ago by Dr. Michael J. Atkins
5.0 out of 5 stars Its cliched but not that bad. Sofia wasnt as bad as people say either
This film seems to rehash part 1 and its a bit embarrassing.

But its not that bad and I have to say some about Sofia Coppola... Read more
Published 16 months ago by Vince
1.0 out of 5 stars Dire film
This ruins the other two. The acting is wooden, plot rubbish about the pope etc, it drags and drags. His daughter is appaling. Coppalla has had better days at the office.
Published 21 months ago by Barry Wom
5.0 out of 5 stars The Godfather Review Part III
Why can't they make The Godfather Part IV that would be great! Even though it would be considered that Francis was milking the series and everyone would lose their interest and... Read more
Published on 20 Feb 2012 by Domzo D.
4.0 out of 5 stars A great film and on a par with the other two
This film is the same quality as the first two films but without the magic. It finishes off the story nicely and only suffers by the fact it's a sequal to two of the finest... Read more
Published on 24 Feb 2011 by M. Evans
5.0 out of 5 stars fine conclusion to the saga
in my mind the final installment in the Godfather series is as good as the previous two,yet most people don't seem to think so.i think the story is great. Read more
Published on 12 April 2010 by falcon
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