If History Has Taught Us Anything - The Godfather: Part 2 (6/8) Movie CLIP (1974) HD

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    When discussing the possibility of assassinating Hyman Roth, Michael (Al Pacino) reminds Tom (Robert Duvall) that if there is one thing certain in this world, it is that "you can kill anyone."
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    Francis Ford Coppola's legendary continuation and sequel to his landmark 1972 film, The Godfather, parallels the young Vito Corleone's rise with his son Michael's spiritual fall, deepening The Godfather's depiction of the dark side of the American dream. In the early 1900s, the child Vito flees his Sicilian village for America after the local Mafia kills his family. Vito (Robert De Niro) struggles to make a living, legally or illegally, for his wife and growing brood in Little Italy, killing the local Black Hand Fanucci (Gastone Moschin) after he demands his customary cut of the tyro's business. With Fanucci gone, Vito's communal stature grows, but it is his family (past and present) who matters most to him -- a familial legacy then upended by Michael's (Al Pacino) business expansion in the 1950s. Now based in Lake Tahoe, Michael conspires to make inroads in Las Vegas and Havana pleasure industries by any means necessary. As he realizes that allies like Hyman Roth (Lee Strasberg) are trying to kill him, the increasingly paranoid Michael also discovers that his ambition has crippled his marriage to Kay (Diane Keaton) and turned his brother, Fredo (John Cazale), against him. Barely escaping a federal indictment, Michael turns his attention to dealing with his enemies, completing his own corruption.
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    Director: Francis Ford Coppola
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    Screenwriters: Francis Ford Coppola, Mario Puzo
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Comments • 357

  • Raul Quiroz
    Raul Quiroz Day ago

    Love this scene, but the way Al Pacino eats that orange bothers me.

  • Utku Biltekin
    Utku Biltekin Month ago

    Cold blooded Don!

  • Al Pacino FanForever
    Al Pacino FanForever 2 months ago

    Its kind of scary in an impressive way how Al Pacino just became Michael like he was an actual human not a character in a movie and gave his all to make him as real as we get to see him

  • Mo Ana
    Mo Ana 2 months ago

    Your nobody ,.!!!

  • Bilal C
    Bilal C 4 months ago

    So was this scene supposed to be before or after the JFK assassination?

  • Nintendo SMASH
    Nintendo SMASH 5 months ago

    you know what l like about The Godfather trilogy is that all this time back in The Godfather The Godfather 2 and The Godfather 3 is that mike is so calm all the time that He doesn’t even care about what the devil talks about He just cares about himself and his whole family

  • Kanchan Sharma
    Kanchan Sharma 7 months ago +2

    The G🍊dfather

  • Cecillegrace Inocencio
    Cecillegrace Inocencio 7 months ago

    1:27-1:39 orange so lucky...

  • Ebs Rok
    Ebs Rok 7 months ago

    This is he only time mike seemed powerdrunk and arrogant

  • alex thelizardking
    alex thelizardking 7 months ago +1

    Oranges represent the normal life the Corleones rejected. They get a small glimpse before they get clipped.

  • the king of cool
    the king of cool 7 months ago +1

    That badass motherfvcker eats an orange like he eats an apple.


    Probably eats the skin too.

  • Deepak Bhandari
    Deepak Bhandari 7 months ago

    I avoid going near to Oranges..

  • Bandicoot
    Bandicoot 7 months ago

    Hey Dominick! Hows the house of Parliament, with the filter dats in recessed in!

  • Joe Piervincenti
    Joe Piervincenti 7 months ago

    A lot more people should be concerned after seeing this clip.

  • Gabriel Atienza
    Gabriel Atienza 7 months ago

    Only Tom Hagen can question Michael...and stay alive.

  • Ashiq Khan
    Ashiq Khan 7 months ago

    You are out Tom . Any one remember

  • swmita
    swmita 7 months ago

    At 00:09 Fredo and a young "Anthony" (Soprano) baiting a hook while dad talks business.

  • swmita
    swmita 7 months ago

    If history has taught us anything; JFK 11-22-1963

  • Al Po
    Al Po 7 months ago

    If history has taught us anything n that’s you can kill anyone, Caesar, Kennedy, Malcolm X, MLK, Gandhi etc, keep your motherfuckin eye on history

  • TBK
    TBK 7 months ago

    who in the hell eat an orange like that ?

  • Loucci Deavon
    Loucci Deavon 8 months ago +1

    "If history has taught us anything, it's that you can kill anyone." I always heard this with specific mention to Christ and drawing a parallel from michael's inhumanity to mankind's. We have become so depraved that we have even killed God. "God is dead and we have killed him. his blood is on our hands". If you can manage to kill god himself then yes you can kill anyone, is what I see Michael saying

  • Charlie  Clark
    Charlie Clark 8 months ago

    See you can kill anybody, the trick is not getting killed caught maimed or injured afterwords. Poor Rocco. I shall peel an orange in your honor

  • Powfoot
    Powfoot 8 months ago

    Is he talking about sollazzo in this scene?

  • Tom Dockery
    Tom Dockery 8 months ago

    You can't get to the location of Obama's REAL birth certificate-because NO ONE knows where that place is.The people who sent him here are likely dead.

  • mikem987
    mikem987 8 months ago

    0:09 - Keep your friends close and your enemies closer...

  • Andre Sihotang
    Andre Sihotang 9 months ago

    When Don Michael Corleone bite an orange, someone will die!

  • Tommy Nico
    Tommy Nico 10 months ago +1

    Donald Trump?

  • Peter Wilson
    Peter Wilson 11 months ago

    Putin better watch this then his success rate is not so good not garotting or gunning down in the streets but tracable Polonium tea and tracable Nerve agent? How about a baseball bat or pillow? Sometimes real life is the fantasy and movies are reality. Its all propaganda in the end.

  • Frank Castle
    Frank Castle 11 months ago +2

    "If history has taught us anything, is that you can kill anyone."
    Fidel Castro: 😂😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣

  • cheguevara9
    cheguevara9 11 months ago

    Here Michael has gone crazy.
    Hyman Roth is about to die anyways, and is so embroiled by the publicity of his failed attempt to seek asylum in Israel.
    It was heavily implied the Corleones have won this war.
    By insisting to kill Roth, he has shown himself to be a paranoid, crazed shell of his former self, the one that was the calculating, shrew, albeit cold businessman.

  • rogerdat45
    rogerdat45 Year ago

    was the whole movie dubbed?

  • Golf Foxtrot Yankee

    also pachino sucking on that orange like the balls of TRUMP he wished he could suck that's why he talks shit about Him

  • L'enfoiré à lunettes

    weird way to eat an orange

  • rogerdat45
    rogerdat45 Year ago

    now i know why gf sucked. robert duvall wasnt in it. he brought the characters together in the first 2

  • rogerdat45
    rogerdat45 Year ago +1

    look how big that fireplace is

  • Hammerschlägen M

    There are those damn oranges again.... somebody(jewish this time) is gonna die.

  • shawnshao16
    shawnshao16 Year ago +1

    This is the differnce between a leader and a lawyer or couselor, a leader needs to be able to execute with no daubt, believe he can do things when others cannot do. If you are chasing a goal, you have to be relentless, that is the only win to victory and success

  • Marquies Riley
    Marquies Riley Year ago

    Later on in that scene when tom ask micheal why he's trying to kill everyone...mike give's the perfect answer..."just my enemies, that's it"....that was the purpose of every ordered kill that mike did...his enemies came true once Vito died and nobody was getting off the hook...

  • Warrior Offline
    Warrior Offline Year ago

    I did a short clip why Tom is a bad consigliere, plz comment so I know if it's good done

  • nenabunena
    nenabunena Year ago +4

    Michael had the best badass lines! "Tom you surprise me. If anything in this life is certain, if history has taught is anything,..... It's that you can kill anyone."

  • Andrew Sparacio
    Andrew Sparacio Year ago +2

    Satan Wants The Best Of Both Worlds, Don't Get Fooled.

  • barrett402
    barrett402 Year ago

    The last hour of part II is set in 1960, which makes Tom's comment "it would be like trying to kill the President...impossible" ironic because JFK would be elected and then murdered in 3 years.

  • Jose Garcia
    Jose Garcia Year ago

    if history has taught us anything...is if you mess with the corleone family you are more than likely gonna end up sleeping with the fishes

  • Bilal Khalid
    Bilal Khalid Year ago +13

    I can literally smell the orange lmao

  • AYR Ramadan
    AYR Ramadan Year ago

    blood oranges

  • Coleco 84
    Coleco 84 Year ago

    You are really fucked up if they don let you live in Buenos Aires...

  • Chozo Ghost
    Chozo Ghost Year ago +1

    How could anyone eat an orange like that?

  • Saul Cifuentes
    Saul Cifuentes Year ago +2

    If history has taugh us anything, is that history always repeats itself

  • Jon Stewart
    Jon Stewart Year ago +1

    Hyman Roth must be a REALLY bad person if other foreign countries won't let him live there. Looks like the powers-that-be in those countries really saw him for what he really was despite his class and charm. Yes, he was a sociopath just like Mike, but a better life of chess player, since Mike couldn't outsmart him.

    • motherplucker
      motherplucker Year ago

      he would've outsmarted him if fredo didn't sell him out and warn roth about the plot to kill him in havana. michael determined that roth was behind the shooting at his house. from that one conversation in miami, he figured it all out. almost verging on psychic powers... and he deduced that roth was faking/exaggerating his illness. i'd say michael was smarter, he just had the added weakness of family, i.e. fredo, who he trusted too much.

  • Manish Bhatia
    Manish Bhatia Year ago

    I just realised that in this scene, only half the face of each character is shown. the other half is either turned away, or is dark. whys that?

  • scrainbow1234
    scrainbow1234 Year ago +2

    the tiny clip for this looks like a renaissance painting lol

  • Kebab936
    Kebab936 2 years ago +5

    "Anyone can be killed"- Arya Stark

  • Gabriel Collett
    Gabriel Collett 2 years ago

    opinions are like fruit...once digested hard to take root.

  • dejected mass
    dejected mass 2 years ago

    dangerous wisdom

  • Regina Phalange
    Regina Phalange 2 years ago +41

    God that orange is so lucky 💦

    • Al Pacino FanForever
      Al Pacino FanForever 2 months ago

      Regina Phalange Young Al Pacino was something else if only time machines were a thing lol we’d all go back to the 70s to have a shot with him

    • Nirmit Mishra
      Nirmit Mishra 4 months ago +2

      YOU WISH

    • Eman DeMoan
      Eman DeMoan Year ago +5

      Blue Sargent oh yea

  • Marc T
    Marc T 2 years ago +7

    I love that Tahoe property, i visited it once and now it's a coffee shop/restaurant, i had my picture taken in silhouette with me overlooking the lake through the windows of what would have been the area where Michael disowns Fredo. Absolutely Stunning views.

  • Catzilla
    Catzilla 2 years ago +5

    Poor Rocko has to carry out the hit.
    Michael: _If anything in this life is certain. If history has taught us anything. It's that you can kill anyone. Rocko?_
    Rocko: _Difficult. But not impossible. (goddammit!)_

    • rxtsec1
      rxtsec1 Month ago

      in the mafia if something happens to you your family would be taken care of

  • Scarface Killah
    Scarface Killah 2 years ago +4

    Oranges...we all love oranges...it makes us cry, it makes us laugh, it makes us die...






    But without the powerful scene how Michael ate his last orange...he didn't last at all...😑😑

  • Angel King
    Angel King 2 years ago +12

    Say hello to my....oh shit, wrong movie?!

  • John Curcio
    John Curcio 2 years ago +11

    "He's been dying of the same heart attack for 20 years". So... Dick Cheney?

  • laminage
    laminage 2 years ago

    I heard that the Late Lou Pearlman who created The Backstreet Boys, N'Sync, and US5 did a similar thing. He and Bernie Madoff were the biggest Corporate Con Artists of this generation.

  • mahmoud medhat
    mahmoud medhat 2 years ago +29

    keep your friends close .. but your enemies closer 0:08
    fredo has become an enemy to micheal not a brother

    • Margaret
      Margaret Year ago +2

      It is a very smart rule. I have l have always remembered it.

  • 1994g0
    1994g0 2 years ago +17

    Interesting scene although the orange= death concept was way overdone by Copolla.The "anyone can be killed" statement was a reference to the Mafia hit on JFK.

  • brandon lucy
    brandon lucy 2 years ago +79

    That suit Michael has on in this scene is so clean

    • laminage
      laminage 7 months ago

      It's a Scarf. It was very popular back in the day. In the 1970's Actor William Roache wore a similar Fashion on the UK Soap Opera Coronation Street but his Fashion sense was more Blue Collar.

    • B
      B 7 months ago +2

      What`s he wearing underneath the red polo...a scarf? Love to know.

    • laminage
      laminage 8 months ago +9

      Either way he looked so sharp. I found his Fashion Taste was more sophisticated in Godfather II than Godfather I.

    • brandon lucy
      brandon lucy 2 years ago

      Travis Erhardt oh okay gotcha.

    • cqtaylor
      cqtaylor 2 years ago +8

      ... Wow.

  • Simon B
    Simon B 2 years ago +37

    Seriously who eats an orange with the skin still on it?

    • Del Stanley
      Del Stanley Year ago

      He is only peeling a plug to bite into it. That's the normal way it is done. The rest of the orange peel remains. Look at the orange after that time. Later on you tear it open and finish eating the pulp. Other people peel the entire orange and eat by segments, or try to eat it like an apple, but will have juice running everywhere. Anyway, nothing changes, all he did was make the normal plug (which is understood) that's not considered really, peeling the orange.

    • DoMiNaTeOLDErWoMeN
      DoMiNaTeOLDErWoMeN Year ago +3

      He peels it at 1:24

    • Del Stanley
      Del Stanley Year ago

      +Simon B> I hear the word orange has no perfect word that rhymes with it. If a fruit has a "rhyme" why peel it off? Since orange has no rhyme there is nothing to peel off. Eat as it. Never judge an orange by its cover.

    • Edward Willis
      Edward Willis 2 years ago

      And yes...family and friends will more than vouch for me.

    • Edward Willis
      Edward Willis 2 years ago

      Quite tasty...give it a try.

  • Angelo Gomez
    Angelo Gomez 2 years ago

    Hi you doing?

  • WIDLEY1000
    WIDLEY1000 2 years ago

    LOL parody - Hitler is The Godfather. ru-clip.com/video/LmZIq36VHxg/video.html
    WARNING - only watch if you really know a lot about this movie, in which case you'll love it !!

  • spacecadet28
    spacecadet28 2 years ago +18

    truly a great historian.

  • play boi
    play boi 2 years ago +34

    1:27 yeah baby... suck that... orange...

  • 3N Productions
    3N Productions 2 years ago +57

    You can kill anyone...especially your own weak-willed older brother.

  • Thomas Schmidt
    Thomas Schmidt 2 years ago +10

    Pacino was warming up here for his impressive Scarface character.

    • deme9873
      deme9873 2 years ago +1

      Al Pacino was warming up for his impressive "Scarface" character while Thomas Schmidt was warming up for his impressive "Bob Dylan" character.

  • Al Pacino FanForever
    Al Pacino FanForever 2 years ago +18

    I absolutely love Al Pacino in the Godfather trilogy
    You would never think it's the same person
    Honestly it's like three different people throughout
    Even if the third movie didn't meet expectations his character was 180 degrees from the first one
    Pacino played the good college kid, the ruthless mob leader and the broken lonely old man.
    All different sides to Michael Corleone

  • Vegeta Solo
    Vegeta Solo 2 years ago +26

    If Sonny was alive he'll probably kill Fredo himself lol

    • Kevin Bell
      Kevin Bell 7 months ago +3

      He wont, hes a family man as much as Vito. Mike didnt have that kind of affection he was just smart and cold.

    • Aaron Stark
      Aaron Stark 8 months ago +1

      Azam Saleem
      Coppola has said that each Vito’s 3 sons represented one side of him. Sonny represented his ruthlessness, Fredo his caring and kindness, and Michael his cold shrewdness.

    • Azam Saleem
      Azam Saleem Year ago +1

      True that Micheal was just another Vito without any feelings and humanity.

    • Jose Carranza
      Jose Carranza Year ago +10

      Sonny always had a good heart for his family, I think he loved his family more than any of the brothers. Sonny would never have Fredo killed, maybe beat him up but not have him killed.

    • devon andarawata
      devon andarawata 2 years ago +27

      If Sonny's alive, Fredo won't betray his brothers for being "stepped over" because Sonny is his older brother

  • John White
    John White 2 years ago +3

    What are the brothers saying at 0:27?

    • wendy p
      wendy p 2 years ago +7

      what's up?
      nothing, why?

  • John Smith
    John Smith 2 years ago

    It's an orange not an apple

  • Josh Abridged
    Josh Abridged 2 years ago +3

    It was so annoying seeing how much of a dick Michael is to Tom when he's so loyal to him

    • RB2331
      RB2331 2 years ago +6

      I agree ....this scene cut out the ..' you can pack up your family ..your mistress..etc' Mike was miserable to the one 'true' brother he had in his life !

  • mahmoud medhat
    mahmoud medhat 2 years ago +7

    when this 4 meets in one room its like the devils meeting

  • Hussain. T
    Hussain. T 2 years ago +4

    If history have taught us anything, if anything in this life is certain .. Is that you can love anyone

  • poisedforduty
    poisedforduty 2 years ago

    JFK........

  • Solus Darkcoat
    Solus Darkcoat 2 years ago +1

    Was the orange sucking necessary?

    • Solus Darkcoat
      Solus Darkcoat 2 years ago

      *facepalm* if you suddenly needed something "sweet", as you keep on claiming, then I'm one hundred percent sure you would not go and suck on an orange

    • Kiyavash ghiasi
      Kiyavash ghiasi 2 years ago

      Solus Darkcoat unless your body suddenly needs sweet things you can suck oranges too

    • Solus Darkcoat
      Solus Darkcoat 2 years ago

      You misunderstand my question. You don't suck oranges, you eat them.

    • Kiyavash ghiasi
      Kiyavash ghiasi 2 years ago +1

      Solus Darkcoat I think it's stated in the book at the end of part 2 in book Michael has diabetics his eyes hurt mostly in the last third of the movie which is an obvious sight of diabetics so as you know diabetic people need to suck or eat sweet things at certain times which is a bad thing and must not be done if one keeps doing it the person will become like Michael in part 3 which he has sudden attacks that a diabetic person carries with himself till the end of his life and if you look you'll see shades of older part 3 Michael in this scene compare this scene to the end of the part one when he becomes the boss he still has a good side,smiles,ruthless but a caring husband and father and of course father will do anything for his father for his family but in this he is just a monster with no emotion who can not even smile and even use intimidation to have tom be with him (not in this scene)

  • mahmoud medhat
    mahmoud medhat 2 years ago +12

    al pacino is a fucking legend he can do a whole movie only by his eyes

  • James Clyde
    James Clyde 2 years ago

    Godfather 1&2 along with goodfellas are my favorite movies of all time seen all of them at least 5 times over. However, i have yet to see Godfather 3, would you all recommend it just so I could conclude the series? Or not even bother.

    • Lump
      Lump 2 years ago

      +Brandon Matthew Mafia movies sure are intense.

    • Brandon Matthew
      Brandon Matthew 2 years ago

      Try A Bronx Tale, Donnie Brasco and Casino as well if you haven't already. Those are the 6 best Italian Mafia movies in my opinion. Along with the 3 that are your favorites. Unfortunately there hasn't been a really great movie depicting the origins of NA Cosa Nostra in it's early stages just yet, aside from the flash backs in GFII but that's a fictional universe. Mobsters is about they best you'll get apart from documentaries and tv shows of the founding of the five families, in New York and the importance of Luciano and Costello and their Jewish connections with Rothstein, Siegal and Lansky.
      Untouchables deserves a nod though it's more about the law enforcement side in Chicago with Capone as the antagonist. Once Upon a Time in America also a great film.

    • Lump
      Lump 2 years ago

      +JustLiving It's more atmospheric than a harmonic story in the 3rd film. It's good to see for the sake of knowing how the overall film story goes.

  • Yuki Wada
    Yuki Wada 3 years ago +54

    Is that how you eat an orange?
    It's weird In southeast asia we dont eat it like that

    • Aref Ahmed
      Aref Ahmed Year ago

      Then why tom was leaving??where did he wish to go??and why michael needed him???

    • Rosh S
      Rosh S Year ago +5

      deme9873 in USA you elect an orange as the president

    • feludaify
      feludaify 2 years ago +10

      And that's why you are not Michael Corleone.

    • deme9873
      deme9873 2 years ago

      +furyberserk Alright, Einstein. Please inform an American idiot like myself as to how one could better digest limes in one's olfactories than oranges. The burden is yours and no others', my beleaguered lime-snorting friend.

    • furyberserk
      furyberserk 2 years ago +5

      +deme9873
      You are thinking of limes.

  • laminage
    laminage 3 years ago +3

    Then look at Eggs on The Sopranos. Ralph Cifraetto gets killed after Pie O Mie & Tracee's Death and before he gets killed Richie Aprile cooks Eggs in The Sopranos Old House.

  • bigmanny699
    bigmanny699 3 years ago +20

    I love this scene... Micheal is more concerned about the possibility of Tom leaving him then anything else.... Tom was the only person he ever felt a bond with and a bit of intimidation because Micheal felt that Tom was a little smarter then him.... a true Brothers bond

  • Bingham Guevara
    Bingham Guevara 3 years ago +51

    Notice that a half of each character's face is covered in darkness.

    • Nirmit Mishra
      Nirmit Mishra 4 months ago

      +Peter Crouch Has the Manchester United logo as his pfp... named as 'Stoke City'

    • Peter Crouch
      Peter Crouch 2 years ago +23

      its showing his descent into darkness

  • Rick Grimes
    Rick Grimes 3 years ago +401

    When life gives you oranges... run for the hills.

    • Kim jong un
      Kim jong un 8 months ago +1

      Walking dead

    • Del Stanley
      Del Stanley Year ago

      Back in the late 60s I had a friend who got some of life's oranges, "orange sunshine"-LSD. They way he explained life, the hills were running after him! The chemist that created orange-sunshine, Nick Sands died a few months ago.

    • JoeyDailyShow
      JoeyDailyShow Year ago

      Godfather 3 was great

    • deme9873
      deme9873 2 years ago +11

      Actually, I think the expression is: "When life gives you lemonade, make sure you track down the lemon peels because they'll be heading for the hills to plot their revenge."

  • Paul Cornelius
    Paul Cornelius 3 years ago +2

    The orange!!

  • The GreatOne
    The GreatOne 3 years ago

    Michael is such a hateful little midget douche. Probably borderline gay but frustrated he cant show it.

  • lindsey lefrois
    lindsey lefrois 3 years ago

    Sure, you can kill anyone, but there have been plenty of bungled assassinations (a/k/a "assassination attempts").

  • shafiyah jaffar
    shafiyah jaffar 3 years ago

    there one Long Day micheal His story Love, Seem He says:If don't ask my papa

  • Unicysis
    Unicysis 3 years ago

    If history has taught us anything, it's that sometimes we can use the past to determine our future.

  • BHuang92
    BHuang92 3 years ago +136

    0:09
    I like this scene with Fredo and Anthony. The relationship between the two although brief in the scene shows a better affiliation then Anthony's relation to his father.

    • gym g
      gym g 2 months ago

      The other point of this scene, as to why Tom was looking. Tom is thinking, do you know that Mike is going to kill you. And you trying play catch up Uncle with your nephew. Run, Forest, Run!

    • M. Ael
      M. Ael 8 months ago +3

      GF3 At Don Tomasino's funeral Michael asks ' why were you so loved and i so hated ' not exact quote , but the fact that he would kill his sons favorite uncle or not even try to forgive Fredo, says a lot about Michael

    • RB2331
      RB2331 2 years ago +31

      That is a great post because I thought that as well ...hanging out with Anthony ...spending quality time fishing /laughing etc...while his dad plots to kill a 80yr old jewish guy ...lol !

  • Trolltastic
    Trolltastic 3 years ago +173

    That was the legendary Al Pacino. Before he became a megastar. The subsequent "Hoo Haa!" and his infamous on-screen temper never sat well with me. I will always consider this role as his best. Cool, calculating, and indecipherable.

    • Al Pacino FanForever
      Al Pacino FanForever 2 months ago

      What was so amazing about Michael was that Al Pacino was playing an ordinary guy who you could walk past in the street those make the best performances playing a real human not a character that you over think and people couldn’t relate to

    • PaoloReaper
      PaoloReaper 2 months ago +2

      He was phenomenal in "Scent of a Woman"

    • TheKaustabh
      TheKaustabh 2 months ago +1

      He deserved an Oscar for Godfather.

    • 627283 8383
      627283 8383 7 months ago

      Tekapo I never had any problem with that. I just saw him as two different actors from two different time periods. The only time his over the top acting didn't sit well with me was in Godfather 3.

    • Sdk ElMaruecan
      Sdk ElMaruecan 9 months ago +2

      Let's hope QT and "The Irishman" can fix up his career and allow him to get in more 'prestige' movies, Pacino deserves that.

  • Don Tommasino
    Don Tommasino 3 years ago +16

    Rocco! "difficult, not impossible" Suicide mission aye!

  • David Pierson
    David Pierson 3 years ago +1

    You know what everyone is missing here. the look when he sees Fredo out there on the deck, like man Fredo you're a dead man and you don't even know it.. and you think oh maybe Mike isn't going to be so ruthless which quickly gets eliminated in the 30 seconds..

  • Frank Pastrana
    Frank Pastrana 3 years ago

    BUENOS AIRES , NOT BYUEEINOS AIRIS !!!! FUCKING GRINGOS !

  • FinJeffin
    FinJeffin 3 years ago

    When Michael says "If anything in THIS LIFE is certain" Do you think by that he is referring to life in the mafia, as in this thing of ours, in La Cosa Nostra, the life we are involved in, or does he simply mean life in general and it is not a reference to the life of organized crime in which he and his compatriots are involved with?

    • Nava5ha7
      Nava5ha7 3 years ago

      +Fan Made Videos Exactly! Never a truer statement made than this one by Michael. Kings, presidents, dictators even a guy from Nazareth. History has proven to us that anyone can be gotten to...anyone can be killed.

    • Fan Made Videos
      Fan Made Videos 3 years ago +3

      +FinJeffin He's referring to life in general, for ANYONE not just mafioso, and his point is that throughout the history of mankind it has always been possible to have someone killed.

  • Cool Cool
    Cool Cool 3 years ago +42

    Life gives you lemons, oranges give you death

  • Paul Abbott
    Paul Abbott 3 years ago

    Knock on wood so far I IIAm still alivem.ru-clip.com/video/qM0zINtulhM/video.html