The Godfather: Part 3 (5/10) Movie CLIP – Helicopter Hit (1990) HD
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The Godfather: Part 3 (5/10) Movie CLIP – Helicopter Hit (1990) HD

September 9, 2019

In nassau.
We know that. Listen to me,
michael. We’ve been friends
for 40 years. We should wet
our beaks a little. We want to
do business
with you, michael. We’ve been together
too many– [rumbling] We can wash
our money clean
in holy water. [speaking italian] What the hell is that? It’s a hit.
Let’s go. Follow me. Let’s get out of here! My coat! Forget your coat! It’s my lucky coat! It’s my lucky coat! Stay behind me! Mikey, this way! Oh, zasa…
You son of a bitch! [alarm ringing]

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  1. I know a lot of people don't care for this hit but this style of murder fits with the time as it was certainly possible to do it this way.

  2. 1:22 LOL 2 funny things :the guy shoots the door which only "blows open" after a half second pause, and LOL andy garcia uses some poor schlub as a bullet shield

  3. I personally feel like the rest of the movie except for this part was pretty good in fact I think it would have got a decent rating of a 93, but this scene made it drop so much.

  4. Joey Zasa had a chopper on standby in case Nobody wanted to fall in line he was going to smoke everybody it’s funny watch the guy at 0:26 behind Michael reaches for his gun like he knew it was going to go down when it started shaking.

  5. I Doubt it;if he would have gotten out alive;he's lucky coat couldn't save him;maybe if it was layer a few times; in the finest Teflon material;well maybe sort of;im glad Michael Calone got out tho😎🤗😉

  6. that movie was so stupid.. even that hit was dumb.. MY LUCKY COAT MY LUCKY COAT!! and then that old man is like ZSA ZSA YOU SUNNOVABITCH!!

  7. I thought this scene was really dumb. The over-the-top action doesn't fit the tone of the film, and the "lucky coat" scene is like something you'd see in an action comedy.

  8. Joey Zaza (note to self after the massacre) – next time give an extra $ for the bloody hellfire missiles…


  10. 1:27 Francis Ford Coppola's tribute to the original Total Recall with Arnold Schwarzenegger: Andy Garcia uses a guy as a human shield against gunfire, just like Arnie did on the escalator in TR! Watch closely – the guy does get hit.

  11. This isn't really that over the top I mean it's a hit on The entire Commission, with backing of one of the Mafia groups from Italy.
    It's not really so crazy – they're up high in a skyscraper (in AC?) , helicopter hovers next to it and people shoot. It's totally possible

  12. Didn’t something similar to this actually happen in real life? A big mob assassination in Atlantic City? I don’t think there was a helicopter but I remember hearing about something.

  13. Compare this scene with the massacre in the first movie when the Corleone family was “settling all debts”. This is when you knew Godfather was just trying to soak up the success of the last two movies. Noisy and sloppy, with no finesse, or style; no tying up loose ends or ensuring the job was done with no survivors.

  14. Never a good sign when there’s oranges on the table. I’ve implemented putting oranges on the table when we’re firing staff. No ones clicked on to date.

  15. …they say GFIII stunk. Funny though how it really represented "events" that had actually happened. The "hanging" of "GOD's BANKER"(Roberto Calvi) from a bridge in London(…after the collapse of Banco Ambrosiano)!…The "sudden death" of an elected Pope…John Paul I(…finding out about corruption in the "HOLY" SEE…). …etc…etc…

  16. Francis Ford Coppola should ve had the hitmen use a 50 cal instead of an uzi. It would have made the scene and the movie a whole lot better.

  17. Damn leyendary rapper 2pac used this clip in Makaveli album song Against all odds at the end. R.I.P Soldier

  18. I just can’t believe for one second that the director said the oranges are just coincidence. Absolute bullshiiiiy

  19. If they get under that thick roundass table they'll survive…Those 9mm parabellum won't be able to penetrate that thick roundass table.

  20. What seperates the first 2 movies from this, is the realism. This scene is unrealistic in so many ways, but mainly because everyone seems to be absolute buffons, but Michael and his people. How should those old men have survied all that long, when they could be taken out so easily. Quite dumb scene to move the plot…

  21. "As a what? Tough guy? I don't need tough guys, I need more lawyers". No Michael you are wrong. You need tough guys to physically protect you in situations like this and this is where Vincent comes in. Get more tough guys.

  22. 0:44 — Was he standing at the balcony door trying to see what was going on? This with gunfire happening? Seriously?

  23. My lucky coat?




    MY LUCKY COAT!??!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!!!????!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

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