The Last Godfather 2011 PG-13 CC

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Mob boss Don Carini (Harvey Keitel) is retiring - but when he gathers the family to name his heir, Don surprises everyone by choosing his goofy adopted son Young-gu as the next godfather.

Starring:
Harvey Keitel, Jason Mewes
Runtime:
1 hour, 41 minutes

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Genres Comedy
Director Hyung-rae Shim
Starring Harvey Keitel, Jason Mewes
Supporting actors Blake Clark, Jocelin Donahue, Michael Rispoli, Stephanie Danielson, Jon Polito, Debra Mooney, Michele Specht, John Pinette, Paul Hipp, Jack Kehler, Keegan Boos, Michelle Maniscalco, Tristen Bankston, Hyung-rae Shim, Jannette Bloom, Christian Levatino, Robert Amico, Rob Tepper
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Customer Reviews

Very funny movie.
A. Gueco
I could only take about 15 minutes of it before I had to turn it off.
Kaptkaos
This movie is so bad that they should pay YOU to watch it.
Mark Turner

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Chris on September 11, 2011
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Its a comedy NOT a real gangster flick. Its pretty funny! Jason Mewes did well and Hyung-Rae Shim was hilarious as Harvey Keitel son. Was worth the money spent on the rental.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mark Turner on March 27, 2012
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There are movies made that are so bad they're good. That is to say they are made with the intent of being a good movie but due to budget constraints, over acting and other variables, they end up being really bad movies...that viewers can enjoy by laughing at them. And then there are just really bad movies like THE LAST GODFATHER.

Harvey Keitel (completely wasted here) stars as Don Carini, a Mafioso who is in his declining years and has decided to pass on the title of Don. Tony V (Michael Rispoli) seems the logical choice, the right hand man of the Don for many years. So you can imagine his surprise to learn that the Don had a son years ago that he kept away from everything to protect him.

That son is Young-gu (Hyung-rae Shim), the love child that Don Carini had when he was in hiding in Korea. Young-gu's mother took a bullet for the Don and to protect his son he placed him in an orphanage that he took care of. Now grown, Young-gu is brought to America to take over his father's empire. The problem is that when you say Young-gu is innocent it doesn't completely describe him. He's a bumbling idiot.

The Don's men can't believe their eyes. This is the man they are supposed to follow. The Don puts Tony and his sidekick Macho (John Pinette) in charge of educating Young-gu in the business. They start with loan sharking and Young-gu can't get the hang of it. When they try to teach him to defend himself he does so more by accident than by intent.

On one job they take him along on, Young-gu meets Nancy Bonfante (Jocelin Donahue), an attractive young woman he inadvertently saves from a supposed mugger. The two fall in love unaware that her father is Don Bonfante (Jon Polito) and has been at war for years with Don Carini. It's Romeo and Juliet...sort of.
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it gets OKAY amount of stars for being different. I only found this while looking for comedian John Pinette who is in this movie and has a significant role. It is a "pass the time" movie. Nothing great- but not totally God awful.
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The Last Godfather (2010) is a light comedy, skillfully crafted
such that it won't offend even the most sensitive audiences,
considering the touchy subject-matter( the underworld, and mob.)

The technical aspects of filming are excellent, such as the
time-pieces (automobiles, buildings, neighborhoods recreated as
with the restaurants, fruit and vegetable stores, tailors and
men's wear stores, etc)

The music is also very good in recreating the Brooklyn section of
New York from as far back as 150 years ago.

Conversely, the acting, pace and agility of the dialog is often
lacking in subtlety and sophistication. In factor, it is often-times
reminiscent of Charlie Chaplin's clumsy style seen in his silent
pictures, played here by Hyung-rae Shim, who is a top star in
Korea.

Another weakness, for example, is that at no time does the audience
take at face-value the notion that Shim's character is actually
HK's own progeny.

In fact, given HK's occasional struggles in naturally expressing
emotion (unless, with effort, etc) this challenge is made even
more obvious, considering that Shim's acting style appears
afflicted in this aspect to a much larger degree, slowing down the
film's momentum and sequences.

Conversely, the other actors all do a fine job on this one, such
as Michael Rispoli, Jocelin Donahue, Jon Polito and the known
food comedian John Pinette, reprising his gig relating to food and
eating.

For the harsher critics, this picture may reach the groveling
level in regards to those who enjoy films based in the New York of
the 18th and 19th centuries; for the others, this work is
amusing and mildly interesting. 1.5 stars
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By david sacco on May 16, 2013
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I am a Harvey Kietel fan, but this movie was so horrible I had to shut it off within the 1st 1/2 hour!!!! Do yourself a favor and skip it !!!!
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By Robert Budavich on March 26, 2013
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This is what Keitel has been reduced too? Too many drugs on the set of Bad Lt. maybe??

Who knows? What a shame....
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By Steph L Jones on February 14, 2013
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This movie is not good. It is unwatchable. I love Jason Mewes. Love Harvey Keitel. But, this movie? I don't get it at all.
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By Kaptkaos on February 13, 2013
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This movie is flat out awful. I could only take about 15 minutes of it before I had to turn it off. Its nature is campy (as you would expect) but the execution of the story is painfully flawed. If you love Harvey Keitel and love comedy movies, give this one a miss.
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