Godfather Triligy (1972 - 1990)
Al Pacino, Ms. Diane Keaton Mr. Marlon Brando
(separate links below for each part of the trilogy)
Plase note: These are double length movies and so the compromise on quality given
such low file size might not escape notice for a moment or two perhaps while viewing
Download XviD vers (480p from 1080p) Godfather II (1974) here 2GB
Download XviD vers (480p from 1080p) Godfather III (1990) here 1.8GB
This version is an approx 2GB and under size per movie SD resolution XviD format file
version that will play on any old (Xvid capable) DVD player or even on new bluray players - the conversion was converted from our ENG-ITA-SPA 1080p Godfather Trilogy version which we have posted on the net for you if you prefer at various torrent download sites. (We apparently had 10,000 completions showing at one point, however reliable
stats are no longer being shown fer shure!) (same for our video views on youtube etc)
Click here for list of available Subtitles for download for this series (update pending)
The Godfather is one of the very truly great moments in movie making history in all of its three volumes. Mario Puzo has given us a masterpiece here. This is an interesting look at a subculture which is focused on the needs of family while being outside of mainstream law and political correctness certainly. You find that in the culture of a mobster there can, and is, a concern for the well being of children. Selling drugs to kids is rejected even if it means risking lives in turf wars. Every culture has those that are its bad players and we see those here too. The concern with the needs of ones own kin, ones closest responsibilities while carving out a piece of the economic pie through ventures that are deemed relatively
harmless relative to drug running (prostitution, gambling etc) is shown in a way as to make the humanness of these mob figures something that you cannot reject outright on some false idea of self righteousness in that a perhaps more selfish existence is something others have for themselves exclusively without even so much of care for the community as these mob figures show for their very own.
In the end however there is too much uncertainty with the lifestyle too much brutality too much bloodshed and too much cruelty. A better way has to be found for all the actors on the stage of crime mob living as it just ain't worth it for the just and great society to see it persist.
The exchanges between Diane Keaton and Al Pacino are interesting showing that he has great sincerity, real masculine idealism of sorts and a sense of goodness that most don't have even outside of mob dealings and leadership. Within his own kinfolk circles Al Pacino's outbursts or Diane Keaton's for that matter, would be seen as not ill intended. In this respect things lose their meaning when they are out of context and indeed out of place altogether for one or both actors.
Michael Rizzo Chessman