The Godfather: Part II is directed by Francis Ford Coppola and is written by the screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan. Starring Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, Robert De Niro, Peter McNally, Rosemary Clooney, Philip Baker Hall, John Turturro, Marisa Tomei, Christopher Judge, Morgan Freeman, John Cazale, Mary Steenburgen, and John Dehner, the film is a remake of the original movie. It is set in New York City in 1972 and follows the life of one of the most powerful crime bosses in America, Al Capone (Al Pacino). As the film progresses, the viewer begins to understand the hardships and challenges he faces as he becomes more deeply involved in the many incidents of violence and corruption in New York City.
This film also stars Dermot Mulroney as Tony Soprano. Tony is also known as The Godfather. He is killed in this movie and his body is never found. His successor, Tony's son, Tony Soprano Jr., lives in a very isolated life. In The Godfather: Part II, he learns that his father is still alive.
In this film, the viewer is introduced to many of the main characters who will play a role in the movie. Their lives, and even deaths, are shown in a slow and deliberate manner, so as not to shock the viewer. While this method may seem slightly strange at first, it is the film's way of explaining some events that otherwise may be too gruesome or painful for the audience to handle. It also allows for a sort of vicarious experience for the viewers, since they can see themselves being a part of the story.
The plot of The Godfather: Part II is highly interesting and the movie will enthrall many people. One thing that is nice about this movie is that it depicts the dark side of American society and how those in power are able to use crime as a way to control the state. This movie has many scenes where the director could have mentioned additional details, but instead he makes us focus on the scenes that matter.
While the plot is complex, and although it may be difficult to follow, if you are a person who enjoys watching movies like The Godfather: Part II, then this movie would probably be up your alley. This is a movie that you could take in slowly, so that you could become engrossed in the story. But you must also realize that this movie is not meant to be taken lightly. If you have not seen the original, then you might want to avoid this movie and watch it just for the story.
The sound and picture quality in this movie are great, and while the movie is dubbed into English, it has enough Italian dialogue to bring you right into the game. The music in the movie is also well done and will make you smile from beginning to end. It also helps to add to the overall mood of the movie, since the music will help to bring out the atmosphere that the director wanted.
This is the second installment in the "The Godfather" series, and if you are a fan of the series, then you will definitely enjoy this movie. Although there are many similarities between this movie and the first, it is better to see it for yourself, since seeing the film again will give you an entirely different perspective on it.
While there are many similarities between the movies, the best thing about these movies is that they are all considered part of the same franchise. This means that you will get to experience all of the excitement that goes along with the movies that this franchise was based on. So, whether you want to see a sequel to the Godfather: Part I or watch a true story of the life of a crime boss, you will be able to do so in The Godfather: Part II.