Overall Rank: 1569
Average Rating: 2.8/4
# of Ratings: 280
Theatrical Release Date: 12/25/1990
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 09/23/2008
Genre: Drama, Crime
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Actors: Al Pacino, Diane Keaton, Talia Shire, Andy Garcia, Sofia Coppola, Joe Mantegna
Plot: Michael Corleone tries to make his business legit and save what is left of his family and his life.
Quick Movie Reviews
Matthew Brady - wrote on 02/10/2014
Michael Corleone tries to make his business legit and save what is left of his family and his life. They should have left it at the second movie because this movie is not terrible but it is slow paste and dull at parts.
Chris Kavan - wrote on 06/24/2012
I echo what others have said: though this is clearly the weakest out of the three Godfather films, it's not nearly as bad as it has been made out to be and actually does quite a fitting job of wrapping up the series.
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Daniel Corleone - wrote on 09/20/2011
Definitely one of the better films in the 90's based on the writing, acting and direction. I felt this could have been better if Winona Ryder didn't get sick and played Michael Corleone's daughter. Al Pacino was really convincing here, I am puzzled as to why he never won an Oscar for any role in the Godfather films. Joe Mantegna's character was a welcome addition. The film's score was still effective and plot was interesting. Still has some wonderful lines: Michael - "No! Never hate your enemies. It affects your judgment." "I'm a businessman, first and foremost. I want no conflict with anyone." Don Lucchesi - "Finance is a gun. Politics is knowing when to pull the trigger." A fitting conclusion to one of the best franchises on the big screen. The Godfather: Part III clearly …
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The Film Rebel - wrote on 11/04/2010
In all honesty, this film isn't quite as bad as people say. Its definitely not the masterpiece that the original two are, not in the least. However, I personally found this to be a rather enjoyable sequel. Even despite the fact that some scenes dragged a bit.
This one takes place in 1970. Michael Corleone is now in his 60s and is seeking redemption from the Catholic Church. In the meantime, he's trying to make the family business legit and even tries to find an heir. His son wishes to be a singer so he looks to family friend Vincent Mancini to take his place.
The acting in the movie is, well, not that good. Pacino's not quite as strong as he was the last two but he still gives just as good of a performance as usual. The acting is really just decent with the exception of **deep …
patrickthemovie - wrote on 10/24/2010
the godfather is possibly the greatest trilogy made but this one was okkkk not bad but not that good thte story was very good though but one of the reasons the first 2 were so great was because the acting and dialog was great whitch is all they had to make a good film back than but in the godfather part 3 the only actor i thought was good was al pacino and andy garcia they were great espaccily garcia diane keaton was ok and talia shire was good but they wernt as good as they were in the frist 2 and sofia coppola yea bad -_-. part 3 was a good movie but dosent live up to expetations watch this film if you like the godfather trilogy as it acuttly is a good way to end the trilogy but not the best way but if you are not a fan of the godfather series dont watch this
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