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Godfather Quotes

Godfather Quotes

Quintessential quotes for us are often forgotten, but not because they are unfamiliar or inappropriate. Quite the opposite! Collecting them all, finding them in their contemporary context, is one of life’s great joys.

22 Best Quotes From the Godfather Movie – Funny Godfather Gifs & Scenes

We don’t want to oversell this, but The Godfather may just be the best movie of all time. We’ll let that sink in for a minute. This year The Godfather is celebrating its 45th anniversary. Can you imagine? Whether you’re a fan of the first one, the second, or the third (yes we did that in that order) there are so many iconic quotes and scenes that are ingrained in our head for life that it’s nearly impossible to list out our favorites without basically becoming a court stenographer and just listing out every line from all The Godfather movies. Check out some of the best quotes and scenes from The Godfather we love and check back often because, clearly, we’ll be updating this as more and more quotes pop into our heads and when you yell at us on Facebook when we miss your favorite. Share16 Powerful Quotes & Dialogues From the GodfatherThe Godfather, a cinematic masterpiece, is probably one of the films whose dialogues everyone has used at some point in life. One of the few mafia films they’ve done so well, The Godfather is equal parts tragic, satisfying, operatic and intimidating with the central theme being, family. The trilogy has portrayed so many great moments with meaningful dialogues by an amazing principal cast – Al Pacino, Marlon Brando and Diane Keaton to name a few.

10 Godfather Quotes to Live By

www.undandy.com)sIt’s yet to be proven if there is a better cinema masterpiece trilogy than The Godfather and therefore stands to reason that it is one of the most quotable films of all time. At its core, The Godfather is a film about an immigrant family, but is majestic, operatic and epic in its execution, It was tough to round these ones up, but as in the words of our dear Don Vito Corleone, stop crying and be a man!

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