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The Last Godfather (2010)

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A Mafia boss trains his mentally impaired son as his successor.

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Young-goo (Hyung-rae Sim) the son of mafia boss Don Carini (Harvey Keitel), is too foolish to be part of the mafia elite. One day, Young-goo comes to his father and is trained by Tony V (Michael Rispoli) to be his father's successor. A few days later, Young-goo accidentally rescues Nancy (Jocelin Donahue), the only daughter of Don Bonfante, the boss of a rival mafia family. But Vinnie (Jason Mewes), an under-boss of the Bonfante family kidnapped her and fabricates that Young-goo has taken her. Vinnie's behavior provokes an armed conflict between the two families. Written by Kookyunii

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Rated PG-13 for brief sexual humor | See all certifications »
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29 December 2010 (South Korea)  »

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The Godfather: Part V  »

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$13,400,000 (estimated)

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$101,921 (USA) (1 April 2011)

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$163,591 (USA) (15 April 2011)
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So un-PC it should be called the Tardfather
13 July 2011 | by (Kansas City, MO, USA) – See all my reviews

"A mafia boss trains his mentally impaired son as his successor." I must confess that I have read few film synopses guilty of such derision. I must then admit that even few-ER films one-up themselves in the Shame Quotient as the South Korean/American co-production, The Last Godfather, has done to itself by naming the "impaired son"--> YOUNG-GOO.

This must be the South Korean progression of our dreadfully-Americanized "Fockers" (Meet the Parents etc.) which -- itself -- couldn't help but play/flail around with "the godFocker" term a few times on its very own (in its third "film" in the franchise).

Both films star Harvey Keitel (Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Cop Land, Thelma & Louise) -- !!! TRIPLE EXCLAMATION POINTS IN-ALL-CAPS !!! -- and his career can go NO lower. The once highly-respected and lauded Keitel was at-one-time an elusive "get". Try explaining The Piano (shall I dare this upon anyone ... anyone?), Bad Lieutenant, Get Shorty or Bugsy. His appreciation for craft and the art of movie-making has been hijacked by a lesser-actor going through the motions for a paycheck.

I wouldn't bemoan the "loss" of a single actor to this greedy-phenomenon if it didn't actually lessen the entire medium and produce shoddy product. Keitel is just one of the latest in the stream of Hollywood-ized (as I'm sure it is global) sell-outs and the only reason he is getting my time-of-day (at present) is because there is nothing else of interest to mention in this bizarrely juvenile and despicable The Tardfather.

Yes -- cringe -- I could cry foul ... but isn't that the word they were REALLY aiming for all along?. This isn't much of a review; but a film this degrading and horrid doesn't deserve much. It is SHAME-less and low-brow. It aims for groans and NOT laughs. It insults those on screen and those-of-us unfortunate enough in an audience trying to give it a chance. It saddens me knowing that Harvey Keitel has this on his resume. It should mean nothing to me; but it IS tragic.

Run from this ... avoid it! I am hoping Keitel hasn't nailed the LAST coffin into his career with this wretched piece of _______.


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