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The Godfather: Part 2 (3/8) Movie CLIP - You're Nothing to Me Now (1974) HD

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The Godfather: Part II movie clips: http://j.mp/1L5yetk BUY THE MOVIE: http://amzn.to/w0shCi Don't miss the HOTTEST NEW TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u2y6pr CLIP DESCRIPTION: Michael (Al Pacino) banishes Fredo (John Cazale) from the family, both in business matters and as a brother. FILM DESCRIPTION: Francis Ford Coppola's legendary continuation and sequel to his landmark 1972 film, The Godfather, parallels the young Vito Corleone's rise with his son Michael's spiritual fall, deepening The Godfather's depiction of the dark side of the American dream. In the early 1900s, the child Vito flees his Sicilian village for America after the local Mafia kills his family. Vito (Robert De Niro) struggles to make a living, legally or illegally, for his wife and growing brood in Little Italy, killing the local Black Hand Fanucci (Gastone Moschin) after he demands his customary cut of the tyro's business. With Fanucci gone, Vito's communal stature grows, but it is his family (past and present) who matters most to him -- a familial legacy then upended by Michael's (Al Pacino) business expansion in the 1950s. Now based in Lake Tahoe, Michael conspires to make inroads in Las Vegas and Havana pleasure industries by any means necessary. As he realizes that allies like Hyman Roth (Lee Strasberg) are trying to kill him, the increasingly paranoid Michael also discovers that his ambition has crippled his marriage to Kay (Diane Keaton) and turned his brother, Fredo (John Cazale), against him. Barely escaping a federal indictment, Michael turns his attention to dealing with his enemies, completing his own corruption. CREDITS: TM & © Paramount (1974) Cast: John Cazale, Al Pacino Director: Francis Ford Coppola Producers: Francis Ford Coppola, Gray Frederickson, Fred Roos, Mona Skager, Robert Evans Screenwriters: Francis Ford Coppola, Mario Puzo WHO ARE WE? The MOVIECLIPS channel is the largest collection of licensed movie clips on the web. Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes and lines from all your favorite films. Made by movie fans, for movie fans. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MOVIE CHANNELS: MOVIECLIPS: http://bit.ly/1u2yaWd ComingSoon: http://bit.ly/1DVpgtR Indie & Film Festivals: http://bit.ly/1wbkfYg Hero Central: http://bit.ly/1AMUZwv Extras: http://bit.ly/1u431fr Classic Trailers: http://bit.ly/1u43jDe Pop-Up Trailers: http://bit.ly/1z7EtZR Movie News: http://bit.ly/1C3Ncd2 Movie Games: http://bit.ly/1ygDV13 Fandango: http://bit.ly/1Bl79ye Fandango FrontRunners: http://bit.ly/1CggQfC HIT US UP: Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1y8M8ax Twitter: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Pinterest: http://bit.ly/14wL9De Tumblr: http://bit.ly/1vUwhH7
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Text Comments (1393)
Eddie Mendez (11 days ago)
"it ain't the way I wanted it" Ahhhh :(
patricia S (13 days ago)
RESPECT is what John Cazale had ... Al Pacino had so much respect for him in this film.
Fredo and Michael remind me of Cain and Abel.
Winterffly (14 days ago)
Vito's mistake was bringing Fredo in the family business.
Jared XX (16 days ago)
My favorite part of the movie, the performances were off the roof.
Joe Black (18 days ago)
I'm spastic and yet I am smaaaart!
Joe Black (18 days ago)
Doctor Michael Savage has it right on there Y'all
justin6241983 (18 days ago)
That room next to the water during the winter looks like an awesome chill spot
Elijah Espinoza (18 days ago)
John Cazale is single handedly one of the greatest actors of all time.
Anthony Webster (23 days ago)
Killing frado messed up Michael.He regretted it.
stone cold (24 days ago)
1:27 big mistake. He told Michael they kept him in the dark. He truly knew alot...betrayal.
Al pacino in 1:07 probably thinks: "damn, this guy is so flawless at acting."
easyscore (27 days ago)
Brilliant acting
Dr Phot (29 days ago)
I disliked bcuz it ended
Isak Isakov (30 days ago)
Arguably the greatest scene in cinema history.
MrSF49er75 (30 days ago)
his weakness as portrayed in him slouching in that chair and not being able to sit up while Michael hovers above him is brilliant...i don't know if this was intentional or accidental but either way, it's great visual..
Fred Monti (1 month ago)
92 people aren't smaaahht and don't have any respect.
Cave Man (1 month ago)
Not near as good his dad
Andrew Barile (1 month ago)
There's a little Michael in all of us and a little Freddo in all of us.
This is such a great movie
Retired Early 53 (1 month ago)
Cazale will always be remembered as Fredo ! He played it well, but, typecast as a weak " Jadrool " !!!
Ghaffar_KH (1 month ago)
RIP John Cazale, taken away too early.
Zack Smith (1 month ago)
Its a sicilian message It means fredo wants to bang 2 cocktail waitresses at a time
Chris Anderson (1 month ago)
One of the greatest scenes in the movie
Scary Hobo (1 month ago)
Fredo never had the makings of a varsity athlete
mikem987 (1 month ago)
The interesting part about Fred was he was the underboss. He was just a step away from being Don. If he played it right, he could be like Uncle Junior from the Sopranos. Bide his time, be loyal, do a good job with the businesses he was over, and probably ended up Don later in life. He was viewed as sort of a gopher, but in the family business he was actually equivalent to a VP. His betrayal was tied to his sense of inadequacy and filling stepped over by his father. He couldn’t see past his emotions which led to his betrayal.
Mr. Nibble Nips (1 month ago)
I'm smart!
wittylibrarian (1 month ago)
John Cazale should have won the Supporting Actor award for this. One of the greatest acting moments in a movie trilogy filled with them.
Future Jew Overlord (1 month ago)
That's how you know someone is stupid when they say "I'm smart, not dumb, I'm smart!"
Retired Early 53 (1 month ago)
That's a Jadrool !!!!!!!!!!
RedneckSpaceMan (1 month ago)
Poor Fredo😖
R. Rivera (1 month ago)
Sam Roberts (1 month ago)
John San Juan (1 month ago)
Remember Cuba? Freaking Disneyland!
bill (1 month ago)
Fredo sounds like Dennis Kucinich
tdevil101 (1 month ago)
bill more like trump
Conor Doyle (1 month ago)
They always talk about family being ‘everything’ in mob movies, and you really see it in Part 2. After Mike has his brother killed, he completely loses his humanity. Hell, he even looks like Lucifer himself in the final shot where he’s sitting alone in the garden. It’s a shame that Hollywood went the way it did. Films like this were akin to works of Shakespeare or Dickens.
Ad Mirer (1 month ago)
I never understood why Michael has to keep his family in the mob rackets after moving to Reno and buying Moe green's casino.The whole idea in "going legit" was to get away from the life-looks like he was in too deep.
arthur daniels (1 month ago)
they both acted again together in dog day afternoon
Eoin Barry (2 months ago)
Throughout the Godfather films, everyone never gives Fredo any respect, not even the audience. But in this scene, Fredo shows his true character and his true passion, which earns him the audience's respect. Fredo wasn't as cutthroat like the rest of the Corleone family, he just naturally was not cut out for the mob. Due to this, he was singled out and walked over for being too meek. Fredo was a victim to his own personality, and the audience recognises hat through this scene. Very good piece of cinema.
Charles King (2 months ago)
One of the coldest scene ever created!
Rain Santiago (2 months ago)
He should’ve gotten the memo first hand never take sides against the family.
Joan Ruiz Jacob (2 months ago)
1:27 The moment when Michael realized Fredo had probably lied to him at least a dozen times before and was totally unreliable
ryder mccall (2 months ago)
Fredo opened the f***ing blinds.
Nripesh Dhungana (2 months ago)
Godfather: Where 3 gods De Niro, Al Pacino and Brando act together to make heaven
Michael Trotta (2 months ago)
Fredo sealed his fate when he decided to bang cocktail waitresses two at a time.
INTERISTA X SEMPRE (2 months ago)
"That's the way Pap wanted it" look at the ruthlessness in saying it like to chilling him down poor Fredo he's freeing himself out but he's younger brother tying to keep him quiet, maybe it's the way Vito wanted but have some respect I don't think Vito would have done that to his brother, Vito liked Mike b'cause he reminded him of him and well Fredo is not that good but respect your older brother
Bolt Marksman (3 months ago)
I find it scary how much I can relate to Fredo.
이정수 (3 months ago)
Fredo's mumbling with anger will forever live
ROVER25X (3 months ago)
"I'm smarrit !"
nadz nadz (3 months ago)
Richard Weed (3 months ago)
If you ask me Fredo was smarter than all of them. He was banging cocktail waitresses two at a time. That’s pretty smart too me.
wilakt4fud (3 months ago)
Sonny was too much. Fredo was too little.
Cristian Gallardo (3 months ago)
Is Fredo in part one?
steeltownbrown52 (3 months ago)
Cristian Gallardo Yes. He was the first to go to Vegas.
L2THEC1 (3 months ago)
The Struggle in that chair was Real
jakep1979 (3 months ago)
Everyone of us has felt like Fredo, one time or another. The feeling of hopelessness of being rejected, of not being good enough because there are others who are just better & smarter then you are.
Emilo Leta (3 months ago)
in this performance I hate fredo so much ...but that was a perfect acting because he made you to believe that he is weak and Asshole. .....unfortunately we didn't enjoy more of his performances. ..RIP Cazale
November Alpha (3 months ago)
Cazale's performance is unparallel...
Francis Serra (4 months ago)
The minute he said “there was something in it for me” Fredo was dead.
Davemac1116 (4 months ago)
And poor Fredo confirms he’s not smart by admitting what is, apparently, common knowledge to everyone: that he’s dumb, like “everyone says.”
AbiGail1949 (4 months ago)
His acting is not subdued - he shouts a lot. Same thing in the Deer Hunter.
Steven Busic (4 months ago)
Dont say that
Andrew Jamshidi (4 months ago)
I can't help but think how Sonny would feel about Michael killing Fredo. And maybe more importantly, his father. We can rationalize and try to justify Michael's killing of Fredo all we want, but in the end it just made him more isolated, alone, and detached.
Tony Cruciani (4 months ago)
Fredo was weak and stupid.
Retired Early 53 (1 month ago)
A true " Jadrool" !!!!!!!
burgoking (4 months ago)
"I'm Smat!"
Dim Kopte (4 months ago)
Snow -water- relaxing sound-mafia miss old days
Leah Calascibetta (4 months ago)
Michael told him in the first movie, “don’t take sides with anyone against the family again. Ever.” And Fredo didn’t listen. He got what he deserved
brah ket (4 months ago)
fredo's really just asking for termination....
Russell Reilly (4 months ago)
what a performance
Sean Joseph (4 months ago)
Fredos Hair line 😄
Dave Ambrose (4 months ago)
Fredo: I'm smart and I want respect! Michael: so anyways..
Dave Ambrose (4 months ago)
Youre nothing to me now. And then that menacing music drops! Chillls
wizDom 1 (4 months ago)
"I'm smaaht"
Príncipe Poeta (5 months ago)
Dammm it's so Sad man Fredo is a fool but It a so sad
Champs (5 months ago)
Pacino and Cazale went toe to toe on this scene
Portgas.d Piyush (5 months ago)
Michael doesn't give a fuck about what Fredo is elaborating, he is just concerned with family business 😂😂😂. Fredo is just an idiot who believes in 'about the glass being half empty'
Josh Burgess (5 months ago)
They don’t make movies like this anymore.. I don’t know if that’s a good thing or bad thing
Josh Waldorf (5 months ago)
You had to feel sorry for Fredo. All he wanted to do was not be a third wheel in the family.
Retired Early 53 (1 month ago)
He was the " Jadrool" plain and simple !!!!!
Connor Pringle (5 months ago)
Saying you want respect is not how you make people respect you, Fredo. This is why you were stepped over. You're weak; a pushover with no notable talents.
Natalie Stack (5 months ago)
Vito said it , sonny was the one who he knew would face this life but was such a hot head . Fredo the Don just says Fredo and makes thst face like u know he's slow he didn't want michael to have that life that's why he pushed him to college and wanted him to be a power player a senator or governor which Micheal had the brains and drive to be . I'm sure as a dad he wanted none of his kids to do what he had to do plus no way was sonny not going to be the next Don. and he said it sonny would be a bad don. I'm thinking tom hagen is the one he wanted to be in charge. Connie ironically became the most cunning and deadly. but a woman would bever be esp in an Italian family back then anything more than a wife and mom. tjats why I kinda love Connie and her attitude towards michael . if a man she would have been a great Don
adebisiade (5 months ago)
I knew it was you John.
Marius Holmberts (5 months ago)
Fredo is the personification of Judas and envy.
Retired Early 53 (1 month ago)
Fredo was the "Jadrool"in the family
Tony Cruciani (4 months ago)
Marius Holmberts Judas wasn't stupid.
Al Macias (5 months ago)
I got some mob stuff. My relative Joseph Bonano gave me a bunch of stuff.
S T (5 months ago)
Anyone notice the cold breath coming out of Michaels mouth once he started denouncing Fredo? It doesn't take place at any point in the scene before that. It is symbolic of the cold words he was saying.
Scott Aznavourian (5 months ago)
should have been begging forgivenece instead of making himself the victim
big slim (5 months ago)
At this point, betrayal lead to Mike's dad to be nearly murdered, his brother being murdered, and his first wife was blown up. Not to mention Tesio. The thought of his brother's betrayal causing him and his 2nd wife being nearly killed was appalling. Fredo deserved the one way boat ride.
Ali Siddiqui (5 months ago)
They will never make movies like this anymore in an era of super hero garbage where acting is not necessary (excluding dark knight ).
James Justus (6 months ago)
Fredo didn't deserve any of this.
Trump @ 0:56 :D
Maria Pinto (6 months ago)
It should have been Connie who betrays Mike(godfather)
Jim joe Kelly (6 months ago)
I find Fredo entertaining
alice hatterz (6 months ago)
This was a good movie , but ... both Michael and the don before him made very juvenile mistakes , mistakes I saw too easily. For example , sending one of their trusted men to act like he didn’t want to work for the don right after they turned down a deal to get involved in the drug business. And michael’s biggest mistake... killing his brother. No matter what... no matter how much you hate your family , you can’t kill them or it will haunt you forever probably. And that’s exactly what happened.
gutz1981 (6 months ago)
Can't believe this, but I am exactly like this with my oldest brother. He lied to me and my mother to try and rip me off after my father passed away. Told me right to my face I never gave anything to the family, never helped in anyway. After all the years my father sold farm land to get HIM out of jail, to pay for lawyers, to buy him a small business, all the while he spent his money and time on women and booze and other stuff I can't get into, while I was away on my own in another country trying to save money and put myself through university while my father was dying thousands of miles away and I could only visit when I could save the money to. And now, after 3 years we no longer speak to each other and I will never see him again like the brother he once was to me. And the irony is I too am named Michael and the youngest of 3 brothers. This hits too close to home.
Aisha (23 days ago)
gutz1981 He's entitled and using his dad's money. That's lack of value and respect. Is money all your dad ever gave him without love, attention and compassion?
SoleNero21 (1 month ago)
gutz1981 take him out for fishing
Isaac Becerra (1 month ago)
Isaac Becerra (1 month ago)
gutz1981 https://youtu.be/SEkq6L22fDs
Eric Fartman (1 month ago)
gutz1981 wow
FrozenFredoom (6 months ago)
Any more "inside the trump tower" movie clips somewhere?
L'enfoiré à lunettes (6 months ago)
underated acting from cazale
Daniel Cannata (6 months ago)
As a fellow older brother, i can, to a point, understand how he feels about being "stepped over". :(
robertcarlisle90 (6 months ago)
How can one not “be Fredo”? What sort of mindset and behaviors should a person to avoid that path of destruction?
manuel pellegrino (6 months ago)
the excessive relaxation of Fredo who abandons himself so much as to be one with the chair, seems to bring with him the awareness of not possessing the fate of his life anymore in his hands, so it appears in all its transparency and fragility, a fragility that a mafia boss can not afford to tolerate,not after that precedent! not in that environment!
Lyonel Laverde-Hansen (6 months ago)
I just realized now that this scene mirrors the one in the first Godfather where Michael confronts Carlo. It's chilling how Michael asks for the one question he doesn't know the answer to, and when he gets it, the other man's fate is sealed. Family connections don't matter. Although Carlo wasn't blood, by marriage he was family. And just as Michael waited after his father died to unleash his killing spree in the first one. He waits after his mother dies for the second. Wow--Francis!
Nam Minh (6 months ago)
"I can handle things im smart" No shit Sherlock
King Of Cool (6 months ago)
Cazale was so good in this scene we pity him more then ever before. And Pacino is perfect in the whole trilogy
Mahmoud farouq (6 months ago)
He said, "it was something in it for me, on my own."

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