The Godfather: Part 2 (1/8) Movie CLIP – My Offer is Nothing (1974) HD

The Godfather: Part 2 (1/8) Movie CLIP – My Offer is Nothing (1974) HD


I don’t like to see you Come out
to this clean country
in your oily hair, Dressed up in
those silk suits. You try
to pass yourselves off As decent americans. I’ll do business
with you, But the fact is That I despise
your masquerade, The dishonest way
you pose yourself– Yourself and your
whole fucking family. Senator… We’re both a part
of the same hypocrisy… But never think
it applies to my family. All right. All right. Some people
have to play little games. You play yours. So let’s just say
you’ll pay me Because it’s
in your interest
to pay me, But I want your answer
and the money
by noon tomorrow. And one more thing– Don’t you contact me
again, ever. From now on,
deal with turnbull. Open that door. Senator… You can have
my answer now. My offer is this– Nothing… Not even the fee for
the gaming license, Which I would
appreciate If you would
put up personally. Ha ha ha! Good afternoon,
gentlemen. Ladies, I didn’t know
you were out here. Honey, we have to go.
We’re 30 minutes late. Really?
I’m sorry. Mrs. Corleone,
it’s been delightful. Our pleasure. It was wonderful
talking to you. [band playing]

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    Robby Bonfire

    Wrong smiling expression on the Senator’s face when Michael tells him “You can have my answer now, if you like?”

    The Senator did not know what Michael was going to say, so the anticipatory smile is inappropriate. He should have had a puzzled expression on his face.

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    mikem987

    The Senator has no chance…He was up against Michael Corleone and he had Tom Hagin as an attorney. Both kept their composure…Michael knew the Senator was heading towards his pocket…

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    mikem987

    Michael in GF 2 looked like he was always on the verge of having a headache. A headache produced by facing the dark world he was dealing with and doing dark things. He was constantly feeling the tension of being at war from many different sides. He didn’t have the same buffer that Don Vito had, who had a warmth about him and cultivated a sense of family. Michael was fighting for his family without the warmth of it. He was always surrounded by the sorrow of the world. It emanated from him.

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    Frank Santore

    G. C. Spradlin was always best at playing the biggest prick in the room……a very underrated actor, who was a millionaire oil man from Oklahoma before taking up acting late in life. RIP.

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    Mister M4GIC

    Spoiler alert : later the senator begged and cried at Michael to save his life haha it’s funny to see him that confident here when you know the next

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    Рамиля Ахкамутдинова

    АЛЬ ПАЧИНО АКТЕР ОТ БОГА! РЕАЛЬНО СЫГРАЛ СВОЮ РОЛЬ!
    👍👍👍👍👍

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    leperso100

    lol the look that Michael gives the senator when he points his finger at him and says “don’t you ever contact me again “😂😂

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    walterlv01

    What I find so effective about this scene (and really the whole opening sequence) is how it contrasts with the first film. Vito is respected and revered almost as a God by everyone who comes to see him while Michael is not shown much respect at all by anyone; Ola, his own sister, "Merle", the Senator or Frank Pentangeli.

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    mikem987

    0:40 – Notice how the music stops when the Senator says, “And your whole f_ family…” This version of Michael has those stone cold eyes…like the look of death…

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    axeblue

    Not of the same hypocrisy… Italian business is more family oriented. His family would be seen and considered as a crime family in this situation. Not paying and expecting the Senator to cover the cost would even be seen as a threat, racketeering or a sort of bribery.

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    dbltrplx

    This depiction of a senator is spot on
    I would rather see the Mafia run this country then scumbags like this mthr fkr

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    Joe Lafritte

    your fascination for a mobster is worrying !! U lot like more domination than truth, poor society !

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    oposoum

    I like Al Pacino's acting in both Grandfather's movies. I don't know why after years he become more screamy on his acting.

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    Michael Lalli

    Who is more corrupt, the government or the Corleone’s? Not even close- don’t steal, the government doesn’t like competition.

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    bobbyvh786

    I heard the same line from one of my business associates He won’t up losing a lot of money because of a stupid Eagle Way to go Micheal you saved me a lot of money

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    JOHN ANGELES

    If the film wants to depict a JFK figure in the persona of Senator Geary,i think,this is off the hook,because JFK is not a corrupt politician,besides Geary sounded like a redneck senator.

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    Kitty McRatSlayer

    Senator, on a scale of 1 to 10, I’d say, not to be immodest, your wife and I got it on at about…..7!!!!!!!!

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    jbs901

    G. D. Spradlin played a terrific heavy. He played a thouroughly dislikable basketball coach in "One on One" in 1977. He also appeared in several television roles. He was a terrific actor.

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    CountArtha

    This antagonism between Michael and Geary always reminds me of that scene in Part I where he sees his father for the last time. Don Vito had to bring his sons Sonny and Fredo into his world of crime because he had no choice – he wasn't yet a wealthy man.

    But Michael was born after Vito created his empire, and Michael's future was going to be his life's greatest reward. He wanted Michael to go to school, to study law, and to be a U.S. Senator, because he thought of politics as the major leagues where the ultimate gangsters were: "those bigshots who hold the strings." You can tell that Geary sees himself exactly that way – that he considers Michael beneath him, an inferior breed of criminal.

    . . . . And Michael is about to prove them both wrong, by putting this one "bigshot" in his place.

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    martinhousemuse

    Even the Michael is ruthless and evil, there is satisfaction in seeing this arrogant, scoundrel Senator being brought to his knees.

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    drummadave

    everytime i watch this, i always think when he turns that little cannon on the desk towards michael that one of michael's henchman is gonna shoot the senator in the head

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    Robert Granberry

    you people seem to know more then I do, Does Michael know the Senator is a regular patron of the Fredo owned
    whorehouse?

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    darthkahn45

    Its like the senator is almost breaking the 4th wall with how these movies portray the mafia.
    The reality is that they are exactly what he said they are, predatory, extortionate, thugs that deserve no place in any civil society.

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    Bobby Ricigliano

    0:42 Michael Corleone summons every ounce of self control he has in order not to whack this guy immediately.

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    Sabah M

    See how the senator points the cannon at Micheal he was fully attacking him . Also as soon as he uses the F word the music stops . Also the tension in the room was so thick but the way the senator leaves the room and greets his wife in such a happy manner shows how fake he and how quickly his personality changes . Everything about this movie is perfection. Small details like this are very powerful

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    Jack Fahy

    "Clean Country" lol, yeah right. The dirtiest country that's around at the moment. Political assassinations, Blowing up buildings and killing thousands of their own citizens, protecting political pedophiles, rigging elections and blaming other countries. The list is endless.

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    Nobody4president

    Watch Michaels eyes when this Senator wags his finger at him. Utter contempt communicated without uttering a word. Pacino has never equalled his performances in Godfather and Godfather II.

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    Jennifer Mondesire

    Philadelphia police : if the Internal Revenue Service is not honest I don’t practice law anywhere in America’s

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    Ismayil Arifoglu

    Air Canada surprisingly has all 3 parts of Godfather in its transatlantic planes movies library. I watched them finding something philosophically new every time I board Air Canada. These masterpieces are guidances and teachers for the entire life. Once, a guy of my age around 40s seating next to me asked what is this movie about. It made me sit speechless all the way to Vancouver. I just realized how the opioid crisis is deep in BC.

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