The Godfather, a cinematic masterpiece, is probably one of the films whose dialogues everyone’s 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 so many great moments told nearly perfectly with meaningful dialogues by an amazing principal cast – Al Pacino, Marlon Brando and Diane Keaton to name a few. We bring to you some of our favourites, and suggest, you keep it handy for that Badassery-refill.
Don Corleone slew it, at giving life-advice especially to his children.
Providing for friends when he was least expected, that’s how Don Corleone built friendships for life.
As for the enemies, they were always under prepared for the underselling Don Vito.
Coming from the guy who transformed a family-run old school mafia to a criminal empire, it just
proves that cowards are comforted with lies.
Coz the streets are uninviting, unorganized, unbiased but accepting and real. Some life lessons, no
the classroom can teach…
Unlike his father, Michael’s endeavors were selfish. In this man-eat- man world, if you gotta survive, you’ve got to bend some rules, be a little selfish and steal some bikes…
Unlike your family, you choose your friends. And with those friends by your side, you can build
powerful empires just like Vito Corleone.
Stealth mode until you execute. Since you can’t make a reputation with what you were GOING to do.
Subtle, yet profound, the Vito Corleone way
Virgil Sollozzo is a shrewd businessman. Sollozzo keeps his expenses minimal. Be like Sollozzo.
Establishing authority in a conversation with friends, no biggie for Micheal.
Whatever we do, we do for family. For the unconditional love, only they can provide.
Vito Corleone’s greatness has stood the test of time. Be it, family, business, allies, enemies or even
the government, Vito knew his way around everything. Don Vito Corleone-Greatness- Checklist, it’s a
Yes, do that but be watchful and don’t underestimate.
Badass and blunt, though a little patriarchal…
Don Vito did right by his family all his life. Even during the changing modern times, where none of his fair play and old-school courtliness worked, he never sided against his family. Quite a man.
Bam! All time favourite Godfather quote. The movie’s quite an ‘offer-making 101’.
You are really missing out on something if you haven’t seen The Godfather. The movie has a lot of
cultural contexts as well and all other ingredients of good cinema – Crime, violence, loyalty, betrayal
etc with some career-best performances. We offer you to watch the movie and come back here with
your favourite dialogues and performances in the movie. Quite an offer…