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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)  »

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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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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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Self-indulgent, not even good enough to be a parody.
4 April 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

‎1 star. Shim Hyung-Rae has some kind of ego. He takes money from fellow Korean investors, goes to the Paramount lot in Hollywood, and shoots this self-indulgent and unwatchable "film." Harvey Keitel, Michael Rispoli, and Jason Mewes, am...ong others, try in absolute vain to save this wreck and bring some form of realism to the proceedings. Maybe they shouldn't have bothered. It's like Shim saw a couple mob films and wanted to recreate them without any knowledge of the genre. Worst of all, his Younggu character comes across as being the worst Asian stereotype to grace the screen in a long time...with his broken accent, combed over hair, stumbling, and bad teeth. It's impossible to even watch this thing. He even tries to throw in a "magical" musical number that is his montage to the Hollywood greats but just seems random. There were maybe 7 people in the auditorium....5 walked out before the end. Maybe I should've as well, I was just too curious to see how this monstrosity would end.


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