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This scene is an example of the overreach Michael was doing throughout the film. In the first Godfather, the idea of killing all the heads of the Five Families seemed outlandish - but it worked, because all of them were lulled into thinking that Michael was either weak and/or didn't want to fight them anymore. In Part II, the main enemy Michael had left was ...


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I think it goes way back to Italy when young Vito (Robert DiNiro) constantly shows his favoritism for Michael over the other children; of course he loved them all, but how many times did he show this special feeling toward Michael in words and actions? Perhaps it was because he was the youngest, but whatever the reason, it was all too evident thruout all 3 ...


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I 100% read somewhere that Madonna was not impressed with Al Pacinos REAL slaps during the filming of Dick Tracy. It's not unlikely.


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These answers are either implausible or unnecessarily complicated. The "the assassination attempt was intended to fail" makes absolutely no sense. Were it not for the unexpected and unpredictable arrival of the beat cop, the murder would have concluded uninterrupted. The cop couldn't have been in on it, because he exchanged gunfire with the Rosatos. If the ...


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Its a world of deception. Its believed by some that the Rosato Brothers were never really enemies of the Corleone's. That the traitors were really Fredo, Roth and Frank Pentangeli. The reason this is believed is because Michael is a man of revenge and if the Rosato's were traitors he would have killed them off in the final scene. The failed hit on ...



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