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The Godfather: Part III
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The Godfather: Part III

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Don Michael is fast coming off age and his role as the head of the crime family is getting difficult. He wants out now but he has do deal with the mob kingpin.
Actors: Mickey Knox,
Mickey Knox
Mickey Knox 24 December 1921, New York City, New York, USA
Franc DAmbrosio,
Franc DAmbrosio
Franc DAmbrosio 11 August 1962, The Bronx, New York, USA
Michael Bowen,
Michael Bowen
Michael Bowen 21 June 1953, Houston, Texas, USA
Mario Donatone,
Mario Donatone
Mario Donatone 9 June 1933, Tripoli, Libya
Diane Keaton,
Diane Keaton
Diane Keaton 5 January 1946, Los Angeles, California, USA
Michele Russo,
Michele Russo
Michele Russo 8 August 1964, Bernalda, Basilicata, Italy
John Savage,
John Savage
John Savage 25 August 1949, Old Bethpage, Long Island, New York, USA
Jessica DiCicco,
Jessica DiCicco
Jessica DiCicco 10 June 1980, Los Angeles, California, USA
Jeannie Linero,
Jeannie Linero
Jeannie Linero August1945
Joe Drago,
Joe Drago
Joe Drago
Simonetta Stefanelli,
Simonetta Stefanelli
Simonetta Stefanelli 30 November 1954, Rome, Lazio, Italy
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Genre: DramaCrime
Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Francis Ford Coppola
Francis Ford Coppola 7 April 1939, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Country: United States
Release: 1990
IMDb: 7.6
Quality:
Duration: 162 min
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CRITICS OF "The Godfather: Part III"
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October 06, 2008

While it's better than your average film in a lot of respects, it simply cannot hold up to the legacy of its predecessors.
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December 12, 2007

The movie, a heady thicket of political intrigue and double crosses, is slower, talkier, and more prosaic than the first two films, and its narrative seams sometimes show. And yet it's more than the sum of its mazelike convolutions.
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September 17, 2008

...didn't live up to expectations but turned out to be a pretty good movie in any case.
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May 20, 2003

Most film sequels are strictly optional. The Godfather Part III is inevitable, and as such it's irresistible.
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October 08, 2008

This hits have gotten bigger, and the violence has gotten bloodier. It's less of an examination of family and more of a character piece for Michael.
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May 12, 2014

[...] a crushing disappointment. It's a sluggish movie with nothing to say about the moral rot of the powerful that the first two parts didn't say much better [...]
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March 28, 2011

The film is a slow fuse with a big bang -- one that echoes through every family whose own tragedy is an aching for things past and loved ones lost.
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Chicago Reader
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December 12, 2007

Represents a certain moral improvement over its predecessors by refusing to celebrate and condemn violence and duplicity in the same breath, or at least to the same degree.
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January 01, 2011

The third and final Godfather saga; not for kids.
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December 12, 2007

The Godfather Part III matches its predecessors in narrative intensity, epic scope, socio-political analysis, physical beauty and deep feeling for its characters and milieu.
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March 09, 2011

The third (and final) chapter of Coppola's epic crima saga is the weakest in terms of narrative and acting, but it still has artistic merits.
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June 24, 2006

The acting is merely passable, several characters are given nothing to do, and Michael's paranoid self-pity lends the film an absurd morality: Coppola expects us to sympathise with the semblance of virtue.
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