The Godfather: Part III Movie Summary
The year is 1979. Disco is king, and mafia boss, Michael Corleone, is queen. The Don has turned over a new leaf at the tender age of 60, sold off the casinos, and handed over the “family business” to a younger mobster, Joey Zasa. Corleone tries to go legit as a honest businessman—much like Donald Trump did in 2016, but with slightly less Oompa-Lompa make-up. However, instead of a run for role of Commander-In-Chief, the Roman Catholic Church has names Michael a Commander of the Order of Saint Sebastian.
Michael still carries tremendous guilt over ordering the death of his own brother, Fredo. Additionally, Michael’s second wife, Kay, who’s perfect shit shines gold, has divorced him. His adult children, Anthony and Mary rarely see him. Anthony wants to leave law school and become a singer of all things—not in a boy band or anything that makes money, mind you, but as a legitimate opera singer.
Sofia Coppola, the Don of the Retards, plays Mary who simply wants to have sex with her first cousin, Vincent Mancini, and then piss off as many Godfather fanboys as humanly possible. You got us there, Sophia!read full summary
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