The Godfather Part II presents two parallel storylines. One involves Mafia chief Michael Corleone in 1958/1959 after the events of the first movie; the other is a series of flashbacks following his father, Vito Corleone from 1917 to 1925, from his youth in Sicily (1901) to the founding of the Corleone family in New York. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Godfather: Part II
In the continuing saga of the Corleone crime family, a young Vito Corleone grows up in Sicily and in 1910s New York. In the 1950s, Michael Corleone attempts to expand the family business into Las Vegas, Hollywood and Cuba.
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Stephanie A (nl) wrote: This film just seems like a longer episode to a pilot of a new childrens television show.
John W (us) wrote: Not bad, although again the cast makes it more interesting than it otherwise would be.
Shrina P (br) wrote: what a good story is it
Ben H (us) wrote: Can't seriously be considered as a zombie flick but you can see some similarities to its predecessors; saw the irony of DeMunn with his recent role in the Walking Dead. Even though this fails to build the tension of the Andromeda Strain or the shock of Resident Evil, there is a quality here that does drawn the audience in. Whether it is the simple breakdown of human nature when cornered or the incurable heroine that is the pregnant woman, thank god for those hormones.
Josh C (au) wrote: Can't believe i actually watched all of that. Enjoyed the ending.
rocknblues 8 (jp) wrote: WOW... It seems the reactions to this film are pretty mixed. It's true that the story is not properly fleshed out, and the characters don't always react how you think that they should, but it's a solid adventure film. The acting is a tad stiff and it seems that neither Mitchum or Monroe are always giving it their all. If you read up you will learn that Monroe nearly died when making this film, but her performance improves when she is performing musical numbers. Mitchum is nowhere near as good here as he is in films like Night of the Hunter and Cape Fear. There seems to be a lack of chemistry. My guess is that both of the main stars probably consider the material beneath them. Which is understandable. We get the typical scenes where the Indians foolishly allow themselves to get picked off one by one, and we have a scene where Mitchum's character forces himself on on Monroe's character. It's pretty disturbing and seemingly uncharacteristic of Mitchum's character. But the action on the river is pretty solid. This scenes are obviously dated by today's standards, but if you put yourself back in the 50's you will probably enjoy them. It's just too bad the script is mediocre or this might have turned out to be a classic.
Dillon L (gb) wrote: a classic zombie movie
Andy B (au) wrote: 3.5/5-Typical 80s action film where the hero is impossible to kill and both the good and bad guys around him make insanely stupid decisions in order to further the plot/action. That said the mindless action is enjoyable, the catch phrases entertaining, the characters fun...it accomplishes what it sets out to do.