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The Last Godfather (2010)

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)  »

Also Known As:

The Godfather: Part V  »

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$13,400,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

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

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$163,591 (USA) (15 April 2011)
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Director Hyung-rae Shim originally wanted to use CGI to feature Marlon Brando in the role of Don Carini. When the budget and technology available made this difficult, he hired Harvey Keitel for the role. See more »

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Spoofs The Godfather Trilogy: 1901-1980 (1992) See more »

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People are too PC
17 September 2011 | by (Suriname) – See all my reviews

Sure The last Godfather is silly and stereotypical. It's also nice and sometimes very funny. Just look at it the same way as you looked at good old slapstick. We don't expect Buster Keaton and Laurel and Hardy to be politically correct, do we? Besides spoofing the mafia genre it also turns Romeo and Juliet into a comedy. Those who complain about the "retarded Asian" stereotype - Younggu is also a very likable character. Moreover he wins, after accidentally inventing new fashion and the Big Mac. There is no need to leave your house to watch this in cinema, but there is no need to avoid it when on television either. It could have done with more jokes and not all of them are great. Still there are enough for some silly enjoyment.


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