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Francis Ford Coppola,
Robert De Niro,
Michael V. Gazzo,
G. D. Spradlin,
Francesca De Sapio,
Harry Dean Stanton,
Joseph Della Sorte,
Joe Lo Grippo,
Joe De Nicola,
Edward Van Sickle,
Victor Pujols Faneyte,
- MPAA Reason
- BBFC Reason
- Contains strong violence
- Maturity Rating Reason
In the continuing saga of the Corleone crime family, a young Vito Corleone grows up in Sicily and in 1910s New York. In the 1950s, Michael Corleone attempts to expand the family business into Las Vegas, Hollywood and Cuba.
- BBFC Ratings info
- THE GODFATHER PART II is a US crime drama following the lives of a Sicilian immigrant in the early years of the 20th century and that of his son who extends the power of his family's crime syndicate in the late 1950s.
There are various scenes in which men are shot, stabbed or garrotted. These scenes occasionally show injuries or blood. There is also a scene in which a man hits his wife in the face during an argument.In one scene it is implied that a woman has been killed by a man during a sex game. The killing itself is not shown and is merely indicated by sight of the woman's body tied to a bed, covered with a heavily bloodstained sheet. There is also a scene in which the bloodstained body of a man who has committed suicide is discovered.
The film contains strong language ('f**k'), as well as some moderate and mild bad language ('whore', 'shit' 'bullshit', 'ass', 'bastard', 'son of a bitch', 'balls', 'Jesus Christ', 'God', 'hell' and 'damn'). It also contains some racial epithets.
- Sex & Nudity
- Sex & Nudity Reason
- Less sexual than the first one
Characters visit a brothel, and prostitutes are shown in bras and underwear.
A man's buttocks are briefly shown.
It is implied that a woman was with a prostitute while she lays on the bed, completely covered with a blanket.
Characters attend a show in Cuba, a man on stage is wearing a red cape with his back towards the audience, he drops his cape but the camera is on the audience and nothing is shown. The audience are shocked at the man in red cape and their discussion implies he has an incredibly large penis.
- Violence & Gore
- Violence & Gore Reason
- A bit more violent than the first Godfather film.
A young boy is shot. The shooting is offscreen, but he is later shown lying down with streams of blood visible.
A character puts a gun in a person's mouth and shoots it. A bit brutal.
Two men are seen lying dead in a stream with blood on their throats.
A man is garroted.
A prostitute is found dead in a bed. Her clothes are stained with blood.
Two men die in a bombing, which sprays blood onto a window. Their bodies are not visible.
A man is shot in the chest, blood spurts, and then in the cheek with blood pouring out. The corpse is then shot in the mouth. Blood splatters on the wall behind him.
A man stabs another man in the stomach and drags the blade across the chest. A large streak of blood forms on his torso.
A man is shot in the chest. No blood shown
A man is shot several times with blood spurts
A man commits suicide by slitting his wrists while in a bathtub, we see the aftermath of this with lots of blood on the floor and in the bath.
A man is shot, offscreen, at point-blank range.
- Profanity Reason
- 3 uses of "fucking", 2 uses of "shit", 5 abuses of the name "Jesus Christ"; 4 separate desecrations of "Jesus," and 1 of "Christ"; 7 misuses of "God," 2 of which are paired with "damn"; 1 additional use of "damn"; and 5 instances of "hell."
For an R-rating, there isn't much language in the movie.
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
- People are seen casually drinking and smoking throughout the film.
A man is seen taking pills from a prescription pill bottle.
- Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
- The assassinations can be intense, a litte bit more violent than in the first.
A major character is killed offscreen; we only hear a gunshot, but it may be upsetting to some viewers.
In the beginning, a young boy flees from armed men.
Some may find one scene involving spousal abuse intense.
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