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The Best Quotes of "The Godfather"

The trilogy 'The Godfather' directed by Francis Ford Coppola is one of the most acclaimed and internationally respected film sagas in the history of cinema.

The first film began shooting in 1972, so this year marks the 45th anniversary of its release. It raised a whopping almost 400 million dollars worldwide, having cost only 6 million.
In addition to sweeping the box office, 'The Godfather' also featured in the Oscars. He won three gold figurines, including best film.
We review the most emblematic phrases of the mythical film, which fascinated an entire generation:
"I'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse" Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando).
"A man who doesn't spend time with his family can never be a real man." Vito Corleone to Johnny Fontane.
"I have a sentimental weakness for my children and I spoil them, as you can see. They talk when they should listen." Don Corleone to Sollozzo.
"One lawyer with a briefcase can steal mo…

The incredible transformation of David Beckham

A new version of the mythical story of King Arthur will hit the big screen next August with British director Guy Ritchie. The film will be titled 'King Arthur: The Legend of Excalibur' and will star Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy, Pacific Rim). In addition, the film will feature the participation of David Beckham.
Rough day at the office @kingarthurmovie @guyritchie Sebuah kiriman dibagikan oleh David Beckham (@davidbeckham) pada Mar 28, 2017 pada 6:59 PDT
The famous English exfutbolista, personal friend of Ritchie has published in his account of Instagram a photograph with the aspect that will look and that distances much of the image of the attractive icon of the fashion to which he has us accustomed.
Beckham appears with a beard, rotten teeth and a large scar running through much of the left side of his face. "A hard day at the office", is the caption chosen by the exfutbolista to accompany the image. It is not the first appearance of Beckham on the big screen, w…

Discover the Trailer of Ferdinand, the bull 'Antitaurino'

Ferdinand promises to be one of the animated films of the year. Blue Sky Studios, the studio that created Ice Age and Rio, has been in charge of making this animated film based on the story of the American writer Munro Leaf published in 1936 with illustrations by Robert Lawson.

The story tells the story of a brave bull that prefers to be in the countryside enjoying the charms that nature offers before being bullfighting and executed in a bullring. In short, Ferdinand is an anti-bull bull. In the first trailer of the film directed by Carlos Saldanha is an advance of the stereotypes of the Spain of the late 30's.
The story created by Munro Leaf already has a past in the world of cinema. Walt Disney versioned it in 'Ferdinand the Bull' in 1938 and ended up conquering an Oscar. Already by then the story, one of the most popular children's literature in the United States, generated controversy in Spain, a controversy that will return as the date of its release approaches in…

10 Actors that Everyone Knows but Nobody Knows What They are Called

Appearing in movies does not always give fame. But they tell all the actors that instead of having a protagonist role they conform to be "that uncle" or "the friend" to shun fame. On many occasions these actors have not been recognized by the public but by critics, winning numerous awards thanks to their unnoticed roles.
As a tribute, today we do a review to all those actors that you have seen in many movies but you do not know what they are called.
Gary Sinise Surely everyone remembers the legendary Lieutenant Dan Taylor of 'Forrest Gump' but, how many remember the name of the actor who played it? This role earned Gary Sinise an Oscar nomination and gave him the push he needed to, in the years to follow, perform in such films as 'Apollo 13' or 'The Green Mile'.
Michael Clarke Duncan
His endearing role in 'The Green Mile' garnered him an Oscar nomination and recognition of the era, but it did little to get the public to learn his name…

The company viguesa Visual MS, best place to work in Spain

The American institution Great Place To Work, that since 1984 elaborates each year the list "Best Workplaces" with the best companies to work of the world, has just made public the ranking of Spain. The Visual MS Group (Visual Trans, Velneo, Venzo CRM), located in O Porriño, has been awarded the best company in the category of 50-99 employees, and from now on can boast of the Best Workplace 2017 label that only Best companies to work from all over Spain.

Visual MS is a technology group focused on business software, but it is not in Silicon Valley but in Galicia, and the people who work here have a very different ecosystem of advantages than usual.
People are the fundamental axis, and among their latest innovations, they offer the possibility of working with coaches for personal development, or being able to make retreats of three days in isolated places to work this personal growth team.
At the level of the family conciliation offers flexible hours, Friday afternoon free, c…