Tuesday, December 1, 2015

best movie ''The Godfather''

The Godfather

The Godfather written on a black background in stylized white lettering, above it a hand holds puppet strings.

Directed by Francis Ford Coppola
Produced by Albert S. Ruddy
Screenplay by
Based on The Godfather
by Mario Puzo
Music by Nino Rota
Cinematography Gordon Willis
Edited by
Alfran Productions
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release dates
Running time
175 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $6–7 million[1][2]
Box office $245.1–286 million[1][3][4]

This article is about the 1972 film. For the novel on which the film is based, see The Godfather (novel). For different uses, see Godfather (disambiguation). The Godfather is a 1972 American wrongdoing film coordinated by Francis Ford Coppola and created by Albert S. Bronzed from a screenplay by Mario Puzo and Coppola. Featuring Marlon Brando and Al Pacino as the pioneers of the anecdotal Corleone New York wrongdoing family, the story compasses the years 1945-55, focusing on the change of Michael Corleone from hesitant family pariah to savage Mafia supervisor while chronicling the family under the patriarch Vito. In view of Puzo's smash hit novel of the same name, The Godfather is broadly viewed as one of the best movies in world cinema[5]—and as a standout amongst the most powerful, particularly in the hoodlum genre.[6] Ranked second to Citizen Kane by the American Film Institute in 2007,[7] it was chosen for safeguarding in the United States National Film Registry of the Library of Congress in 1990 as being "socially, truly, or stylishly huge". The film was the movies pioneer for 1972 and was, for a period, the most elevated netting picture ever constructed. It won three Academy Awards for that year: Best Picture, Best Actor (Brando) and in the class Best Adapted Screenplay for Puzo and Coppola. Its assignments in seven different classifications included Pacino, James Caan and Robert Duvall for Best Supporting Actor and Coppola for Best Director. The achievement brought forth two spin-offs: The Godfather Part II in 1974, and The Godfather Part III in 19.


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