Ultimate 70s Blogathon: The Godfather (1972) by Film and TV 101

Wrapping up the 2nd week of Ultimate 70s Blogathon is Kira from Film and TV 101 with her review of The Godfather. Head over to Drew’s Movie Reviews to check it out! 🙂

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Closing out the second week of the Ultimate 70s Blogathon is Kira from Film and TV 101. Kira fills her site with movie reviews, television series reviews, lists, and all other kinds of goodies. Definitely go check her site out, once you finish here of course! Kira joins us today with a review of the gangster movies of all gangster movies: The Godfather.

The Godfather movie poster

The ageing patriarch of an organised crime ring passes over control of his age-old empire to his unwilling son.

After turning down a deal with drug dealer Virgil Sollozo, ageing head mobster Don Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando) has an attempt made against his life. After barely pulling through, one of the Don’s sons, Michael (Al Pacino) exacts revenge by beginning a Mob war against Sollozo, which inadvertently rips the family apart.

I’ll admit, I’m quite scared when it comes to reviewing The Godfather. It is…

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