The last film from the Godfather trilogy ends the story of the mafia boss Michael Corleone sixteen years after the first two Godfathers. Critics and the public alike say it did not live up to the level or success as the firsts did although it was nominated for seven Oscars.
Released on the 1990-12-25
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This movie has been referenced in the following movies:
The Godfather III
The Godfather Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone
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