There's a beautiful (late 90s, early 00s) metal song based around the Godfather theme. There are now hundreds on youtube. Can anyone help me find the one I'm looking for? [more inside]
What is the name of the music that starts at 1:42 in this soundtrack? This is during the festa in Godfather II, right after De Niro offs the fat man.
Comic Search - Anyone know of a comic book or Anime that has a Godfather as a central character? [more inside]
Should I ask my Godfather for help? [more inside]
GodfatherPart2Filter: Does anyone know what game Senator Geary was playing... [more inside]
Godfatherfilter: Genco Olive Oil exists -- but did the movie/novel come about first? A puzzlement! [more inside]
Please explain to me, a plot hole in the movie 'Godfather II' [more inside]
What's the difference between Michael and Vito in the Godfather trilogy? [more inside]
Question about The Godfather Part II: [more inside]
I'm interested in picking up The Godfather: The Coppola Restoration, but which version? [more inside]
I've just been asked to the godfather of a 13 y.o. kid. I'd also like to present him with something which codifies the responsibilities of a godparent. What are some traditional gifts/symbols that go along with this? [caveat inside] [more inside]
I'm going to be a godmother. What does this mean? [more inside]
In the movie, The Godfather, what is the song that Mama Corleone sings at Connie's wedding? [more inside]
I caught The Godfather: Part III on cable last night, and I was wondering about something. There's a street parade in (I guess) New York's Little Italy in which, along with the priests and altar boys, there's these four guys in hooded robes carrying a nearly life-size figure of the Madonna and Child. The robes and hoods these four porters are wearing look exactly like Ku Klux Klan outfits, only without the sigil that's typically seen on them -- just plain white. What's the significance of these four people wearing hoods -- why would they be covered up in this fashion? Is it just coincidence that their pointy-topped hoods make them look like KKK regalia, or did the Klan copy a Roman Catholic fashion statement?