The Godfather Scene between Michael Corleone & Kay Adams explains the Delusion of the Statists, better than ANY Treatise!Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Sun, 08/18/2013 - 14:55
Al Pacino's character Michael Corleone says to his wife Kay Adams, played by Diane Keaton:
Michael Corleone: I'm working for my father now Kay. He's been sick, very sick.
Kay Adams: But you're not like him Michael. I thought you weren't going to become a man like your father. That's what you told me.
Michael Corleone: My father is no different than any other powerful man, any man who is responsible for other people, like a senator or a president.
Kay Adams: You know how naive you sound?
Michael Corleone: Why?
Kay Adams: Senators and presidents don't have men killed.
Michael Corleone: Oh. Who's being naive, Kay?
18:48 pm EDT
August 17, 2013
A friend, Gail, e-mailed me about the 1988 film, “Married to the Mob.” The character Angela – played by Michelle Pfeiffer – is the widow of a mobster. She is being threatened, by the FBI, with all kinds of fabricated criminal charges, in an effort to get her to “cooperate” with them. In one scene:
Angela: “God, you people work just like the mob! There’s no difference.”
FBI Regional Director: “Oh, there’s a big difference, Mrs. deMarco. The mob is run by murdering, thieving, lying, cheating psychopaths. We work for the President of the United States of America.”
The Hair, the Hair, Don't touch the Hair! Come on! Gotta love the 1980's Bensonhurst Brooklyn Hair-do!
Michelle Pfeiffer?? At age 55, still a gorgeous hottie! And, my personal favorite rendition of on-screen CatWoman.
As for Halle Berry (not even worth mentioning) and Anne Hathaway's renditions? Should stay where they belong: in the kitty litter box.
Want a Femme Fatale Vixen... or, a Long-lost Female Member of the Village People and a CosPlayer?