Mario Puzo (novel)
Electronic Arts (videogame)
Mark A. Altman (story)
Dan Bates (story)
Dave Callaham (screenplay)
J.F. Lawfton (screenplay)
Dave Parker (screenplay)
Plot Outline: Based on the hit Electronic Arts videogame for Playstation 2, Xbox and Xbox 360, the Godfather brings the pulse pounding action of urban combat to life. A SWAT team must face off against a shadowy crime boss and his deadly new street drug on (more) (view trailer)
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|Marlon Brando||....||Brandon Marlo/V.I.T.O.|
|Karl Urban||....||Michael "Lone Wolf" Corleone|
|Johnny Knoxville||....||Sonny "Shakedown" Corleone|
|Frankie Muniz||....||Fredo "Sprocket" Corleone|
|Devon Aoki||....||Kay Adams|
|James Caan||....||Pete "Sarge" Clemenza|
|Jake Busey||....||Jake "Giggles" Corleone (Mob Boss)|
|Peter Stormare||....||Yuri "The Scorpion" Arenkov (Russian Mob Boss)|
|Kane Kosugi||....||Ishii "Jade Cobra" Yamamoto (Yakuza Boss)|
|Peter Weller||....||DA Tom Hagen|
Mario Puzo's The Godfather: The Movie of the Game (Based on a Major Motion Picture) (USA)Oy, Fakken Abos Amok (Australia)
Runtime: USA: 79 min
Sound Mix: Explodofonics
Fredo "Sprocket" Corleone: (loads up spinning DNA on computer) Wow, this is no ordinary street drug.
Kay Adams: What is it?
Fredo "Sprocket" Corleone: On the record?
Kay Adams: I'll keep it out of my story.
Fredo "Sprocket" Corleone: It looks like some sort of virus. See the DNA here, that's how it replicates. They take it as a street drug, but there's this hidden inside.
Kay Adams: All of the attacks by psychos.
Michael "Lone Wolf" Corleone: (walks in) Damn it, Fredo, I told you never to talk to reporters!
Kay Adams: I'm Kay Adams from News 5, and you are...
Michael "Lone Wolf" Corleone: Throwing you out!(Michael and Kay finish having sex and lay back in the bed)
Kay Adams: If you police like you screw then criminals are in trouble.
Michael "Lone Wolf" Corleone: I was holding back. I police even harder.
Kay Adams: So, tell me about the Clemenza shooting. Was he on the trail of the Godfather Virus?
Michael "Lone Wolf" Corleone: I see you report like you screw.
Kay Adams: Baby, I was holding back...(they start having sex again)Sonny "Shakedown" Corleone: I thought you Yakuza types lived by rules. The kind of rules that don't include zombies.
Ishii "Jade Cobra" Yamamoto: The only rules I live by are the rules of the jungle. Survival of the fastest! (pops a wheelie on his racing motorcycle and speeds away)Ishii "Jade Cobra" Yamamoto: The zombie street warrior. Feels no pain, feels no remorse, feels only the need for killing everyone. We shall rule this city. The Corleones are obsolete.
Yuri "The Scorpion" Arenkov: (Watching approaching truck through binoculars) We see about that, Ishii. Maybe they get an upgrade.Fredo "Sprocket" Corleone: The ultra-sonic waves are causing the creatures to completely disintegrate! Their unstable sub-molecular structures can't take this kind of stress!
Sonny "Shakedown" Corleone: You wanna run that one by me in English?
Michael "Lone Wolf" Corleone: Zombies get turned into zombie slime. I'm liking this.(Sonny is holding Jake's coat to keep him from falling into a bubbling vat of chemicals)
Sonny "Shakedown" Corleone: It's not too late, Jake! You're family!
Jake "Giggles" Corleone: Was I family when Michael left me to die in that fire?
Sonny "Shakedown" Corleone: It was too dangerous! He thought you were dead!
Jake "Giggles" Corleone: You're right. Jake died that night. Tonight (slips out of coat and falls) Giggles dies.
Sonny "Shakedown" Corleone: Noooo!Michael "Lone Wolf" Corleone: You're too close to this case and I'm concerned for you.
Kay Adams: I care about you, Lone Wolf, but I have to get the big scoop on this.
Michael "Lone Wolf" Corleone: No, it's too dangerous. I don't know how I would feel if...
Kay Adams: I love you, Lone Wolf.
Michael "Lone Wolf" Corleone: I wish I had time to love, Kay, but I'm too angry and conflicted about this case.Brandon Marlo: What have I ever done to make you treat me so disrespectfully?
Michael "Lone Wolf" Corleone: You killed Fredo, Clamenza, Hagen, all of them. You and your zombie thugs.
Brandon Marlo: What's the matter with you. Is this how you turned out? A Hollywood finocchio that cries like a woman.
Michael "Lone Wolf" Corleone: That voice... it's the same as...
Brandon Marlo: V.I.T.O.
Michael "Lone Wolf" Corleone: So you created our computer! That's how you knew our every move.
Brandon Marlo: Never let anyone outside the family know what you're thinking.
Michael "Lone Wolf" Corleone: Think about this! (enters bullet time)Kay Adams: It'll take years to rebuild. We won, but at what price?
Michael "Lone Wolf" Corleone: We're tired of hearing it, Kay.
Sonny "Shakedown" Corleone: Everybody shut up and paaaaartyyyyy! (More)
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its not the original so dont act like it should be, 8 September 2006
im more than a little ticked off readin some of the comments posted here...no, MPtG:tMotG(BoaMMP) isnt the original but when did they ever claim it was??? Godfather is solid classic Drama while MPtG:tMotG(BoaMMP) is an honest to goodness Fun Game Action you can enjoy if your willing to turn your brain off and have a good time...it even respects its roots and uses alot of things from the first movie in creative new ways, it ain't the best but it aint that bad deal with it haters!
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